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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
PostPosted: Sat February 02, 2019 2:54 pm 
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You can use Fritos instead of rice if you want.

What?

Fritos.

Instead of rice.

Nobody mentioned using rice.

Isn't rice implied? It's chili.

Jesus Christ, no.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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There’s a dish down south called either chili pie or Fritos pie. It’s just chili, Fritos and cheese. Delicious. However, I’ve never heard of having rice with chili.

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If rice or Fritos are not available, cornbread will definitely work.


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washing machine wrote:
If rice or Fritos are not available, cornbread will definitely work.

I’ve had it. Not my thing.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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cornbread is pretty cool

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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I love cornbread. Just not in my chili.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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Another tip: if you don’t have cocoa powder, finely ground coffee works just as well.


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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washing machine wrote:
Another tip: if you don’t have cocoa powder, finely ground coffee works just as well.

Stop giving recipe hints without a fucking recipe!

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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Chris_H_2 wrote:
Why do you need rice (or Fritos)? Shouldn’t the chili speak for itself? Maybe it’s a Midwest thing, but we don’t do rice (or especially Fritos) around here.


The best known chili in the Midwest is made with spaghetti so ummm...no.

Chili recipe I use:

1-2 onions depending on size diced
1 sweet bell pepper (red, yellow or orange) diced
1-3 carrots depending on size diced
2-3 lbs. ground beef (80/20 because anything less would be uncivilized)
2-3 tbsp ground cumin
1 32 oz. can diced tomatoes
1 jalapeño (take out the seeds and ribs if you are not into spicy) diced
2-3 chipotle peppers (I use chipotle in adobo sauce which you can get in a can at the grocery store - I also throw in some of the sauce for a little extra flavor) (also, same deal with the seeds since chipotle peppers are just smoked jalapeños) diced
Chili powder (I eyeball it but a fair amount)
A few dashes of cayenne pepper
1 15 oz. can red beans
1 15 oz. can black beans
1 15 oz. can cannelini beans

Dice onions, peppers and carrots and sauté/ sweat out in large pot. Season with salt and black pepper. After approximately 7-10 mins, add cumin and cook for 1 minute. Put in and brown all of the ground beef. Once browned, add jalapeño, chipotle peppers, chili powder, cayenne pepper, diced tomatoes, all of the beans, and a 15 oz. can of water and season with salt and black pepper. After it has reduced a little from the water, simmer on low for as long as you can (an hour, maybe 2?). Enjoy!

I will sometimes include celery as a vegetable to sweat out in the beginning of the process but it most depends on what I have around. I got this recipe initially off Food Network but over the years I made it so many times nearly everything is eyeballed and I am sure I am nowhere near that initial recipe.


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Plenty of beans, meat, and tomatoes... and no goddamn rice. (Fritos and cheese on top are cool tho)

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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liebzz wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
Why do you need rice (or Fritos)? Shouldn’t the chili speak for itself? Maybe it’s a Midwest thing, but we don’t do rice (or especially Fritos) around here.


The best known chili in the Midwest is made with spaghetti so ummm...no.

Chili recipe I use:

1-2 onions depending on size diced
1 sweet bell pepper (red, yellow or orange) diced
1-3 carrots depending on size diced
2-3 lbs. ground beef (80/20 because anything less would be uncivilized)
2-3 tbsp ground cumin
1 32 oz. can diced tomatoes
1 jalapeño (take out the seeds and ribs if you are not into spicy) diced
2-3 chipotle peppers (I use chipotle in adobo sauce which you can get in a can at the grocery store - I also throw in some of the sauce for a little extra flavor) (also, same deal with the seeds since chipotle peppers are just smoked jalapeños) diced
Chili powder (I eyeball it but a fair amount)
A few dashes of cayenne pepper
1 15 oz. can red beans
1 15 oz. can black beans
1 15 oz. can cannelini beans

Dice onions, peppers and carrots and sauté/ sweat out in large pot. Season with salt and black pepper. After approximately 7-10 mins, add cumin and cook for 1 minute. Put in and brown all of the ground beef. Once browned, add jalapeño, chipotle peppers, chili powder, cayenne pepper, diced tomatoes, all of the beans, and a 15 oz. can of water and season with salt and black pepper. After it has reduced a little from the water, simmer on low for as long as you can (an hour, maybe 2?). Enjoy!

I will sometimes include celery as a vegetable to sweat out in the beginning of the process but it most depends on what I have around. I got this recipe initially off Food Network but over the years I made it so many times nearly everything is eyeballed and I am sure I am nowhere near that initial recipe.


Also want to carefully note that depending on your usage of the peppers and the amount of adobo sauce you use this recipe varies from barely medium to blow your face off.


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liebzz wrote:
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Chris_H_2 wrote:
Why do you need rice (or Fritos)? Shouldn’t the chili speak for itself? Maybe it’s a Midwest thing, but we don’t do rice (or especially Fritos) around here.


The best known chili in the Midwest is made with spaghetti so ummm...no.

Chili recipe I use:

1-2 onions depending on size diced
1 sweet bell pepper (red, yellow or orange) diced
1-3 carrots depending on size diced
2-3 lbs. ground beef (80/20 because anything less would be uncivilized)
2-3 tbsp ground cumin
1 32 oz. can diced tomatoes
1 jalapeño (take out the seeds and ribs if you are not into spicy) diced
2-3 chipotle peppers (I use chipotle in adobo sauce which you can get in a can at the grocery store - I also throw in some of the sauce for a little extra flavor) (also, same deal with the seeds since chipotle peppers are just smoked jalapeños) diced
Chili powder (I eyeball it but a fair amount)
A few dashes of cayenne pepper
1 15 oz. can red beans
1 15 oz. can black beans
1 15 oz. can cannelini beans

Dice onions, peppers and carrots and sauté/ sweat out in large pot. Season with salt and black pepper. After approximately 7-10 mins, add cumin and cook for 1 minute. Put in and brown all of the ground beef. Once browned, add jalapeño, chipotle peppers, chili powder, cayenne pepper, diced tomatoes, all of the beans, and a 15 oz. can of water and season with salt and black pepper. After it has reduced a little from the water, simmer on low for as long as you can (an hour, maybe 2?). Enjoy!

I will sometimes include celery as a vegetable to sweat out in the beginning of the process but it most depends on what I have around. I got this recipe initially off Food Network but over the years I made it so many times nearly everything is eyeballed and I am sure I am nowhere near that initial recipe.


Also want to carefully note that depending on your usage of the peppers and the amount of adobo sauce you use this recipe varies from barely medium to blow your face off.

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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look at all those beans!

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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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That’s a taco soup if you ask me. What’s next? Tortilla chips? :haha:


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 Post subject: Re: Chili - Anyone got a good recipe?
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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
look at all those beans!

Yeah. Those would be left out.

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A bit of sour cream as a garnish mixed in is tasty. Can also help cut the heat if you’ve made your chili too spicy.


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spike wrote:
A bit of sour cream as a garnish mixed in is tasty. Can also help cut the heat if you’ve made your chili too spicy.

Already planned that one.

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Was planning on a big vat of chili for the game, but yesterday, our friends invited us over so it’s not happening.


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liebzz wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
Why do you need rice (or Fritos)? Shouldn’t the chili speak for itself? Maybe it’s a Midwest thing, but we don’t do rice (or especially Fritos) around here.


The best known chili in the Midwest is made with spaghetti so ummm...no.


You misspelled “infamous”


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What’s a Frito ?

Can I use Navy Beans?


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