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Postby nascarchuck » Fri Jul 27, 2007 9:30 pm

Favorite chili recipies!

My buddy here at work asked me to find a good chili recipe and said that he would bring me a big ol bowl of it!

Post your chili recipes so I can print 'em off and hand 'em over to him. I want a bowl of chili!!!
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Postby OSD » Sat Jul 28, 2007 5:51 am

Last chili I did was Scotty's :D :D Real Good :D
http://texasbbqforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=1161

Another good one here from BW:D
http://www.texasbbqforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=1520

The one I use most is this one. :D I think it won the world championship one year. Good stuff :D :D

1 (1) - Brown 1-1/2 pounds of mock tender, cubed.
2 (2) - Add 1 can beef broth, 1 8-oz can tomato sauce, Dump #1, and cook until the meat is tender.
3 (3) - Thirty minutes before turnin time add Dump #2
Dump - 1
1/2 TBSP Paprika
1/2 TSP Cayenne
1/2 TBSP Onion (powder or granules)
2 Cubes Chicken Bullion
2 Cubes Beef Bullion
1TBSP Carol West Chili Powder (Available from Pendery's)
Dump - 2
2 TSP Cumin
1 Package Sazon Goya
1/8 TSP Brown Sugar
1TSP Garlice (powder or granules)
1/8 TSP White Pepper
3 TBSP Carol West Chili Powder (Available from Pendery's)


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Postby nascarchuck » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:07 pm

Thanks Jim!

I had already printed the other two recipes off for him.
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Postby TX Sandman » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:16 pm

OSD wrote:Last chili I did was Scotty's :D :D Real Good :D
http://texasbbqforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=1161

Another good one here from BW:D
http://www.texasbbqforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=1520

The one I use most is this one. :D I think it won the world championship one year. Good stuff :D :D

Carol West Chili

1 (1) - Brown 1-1/2 pounds of mock tender, cubed.
2 (2) - Add 1 can beef broth, 1 8-oz can tomato sauce, Dump #1, and cook until the meat is tender.
3 (3) - Thirty minutes before turnin time add Dump #2
4 Dump - 1
5 /2 TBSP Paprika
6 /2 TSP Cayenne
7 /2 TBSP Onion (powder or granules)
8 Cubes Chicken Bullion
9 Cubes Beef Bullion
10 TBSP Carol West Chili Powder (Available from Pendery's)
11 Dump - 2
12 TSP Cumin
13 Package Sazon Goya
14 /8 TSP Brown Sugar
15 TSP Garlice (powder or granules)
16 /8 TSP White Pepper
17 TBSP Carol West Chili Powder (Available from Pendery's)


Dang, Jim, that's some spicy chili! 1-1/2 pounds meat with 12 tsp cumin, 15 tsp garlic, 17 tbsp chili powder! :wink:
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Postby nascarchuck » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:17 pm

Ha... I was rushing through and didn't even catch that!
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Postby OSD » Sat Jul 28, 2007 2:42 pm

Sorry about that, :oops: those were step numbers not ingredient amounts. :oops: I forgot to put the dashes in between the numbers. :roll: It's fixed now. :D :D
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Postby DATsBBQ » Sat Jul 28, 2007 4:26 pm

Don't laugh.

1 large can Chile no beans
1/2 to 1 shot Tabasco Chipotle hot sauce
Heat through.

Freedom fries (frog fries will work)

Put fries on plate, smother with chile, the cover with shredded yeller cheese.
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Postby nascarchuck » Sat Jul 28, 2007 4:49 pm

Love chili cheese fries!!!
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Postby bigwheel » Sat Jul 28, 2007 8:10 pm

Hey Friend...just get yourself over to http://www.casi.com and click on recipes. That supposedly give you the Terlingua winners recipe till back when Old Shep was still just a pup. Now if you want some lighter type recipes from Sunny CA..go to the ICS website. Just plug that into goggle...bunch of recipes over there. Just find one which looks plausible and buy the stuff it take to make it. If it aint your cup o tea keep moving. Find one you like and if it hits high a few times...start tweaking it. If it starts hitting lower untweak it. Simple huh? If they dont work move on to mo productive pastures and snag a new recipe. Will undoubtably proclaim..your first batch will make a person chunk rocks at Wolf Brand from the can. Very similar to bbq in this regard. Just dont heat it up too much...I mean the wimmen chillins and yankees might want to have a sample. I dont like to see anybody crying cuz they mouf is on fire. If you get my drift..wink wink.

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