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#1 ColdSmoke

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Posted 24 October 2016 - 12:26 PM

This recipe is so tasty, but also so hot. Next time I'll tone it down on the super hots.

 

3 lbs ground beef, browned

2 cans kidney beans

1 can tomatoe sauce

25 oz skinned tomatoes, chopped. I used home grown tomatoes out of the freezer... or 2 cans diced tomatoes

2 cups sweet onions

5 roasted and skinned hatch chili peppers, chopped (this is what makes this recipe)

1 Carolina Reaper seeded, diced

1 Bhut Jolokia seeded, diced

2 tsp garlic powder

2 TBL chili powder

 

Slow cooker. One hour on high, switch to low for 5 hours. 

 

It's hot! Replace the super hots with a more reasonable pepper if you're serving mortals. 


Edited by ColdSmoke, 24 October 2016 - 02:43 PM.

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Posted 24 October 2016 - 02:23 PM

I love the fire burn from Reapers, and grew the Bhut Jolokias this year....both are excellent at increasing that burn we crave.  

 

For a flavor twist, use 1lb ground beef, 1lb, ground sausage, 1 lb, ground pork or raw bratwurst, skins removed.

 

Mix the meats together with hands....pan sear mouth sized pieces until browned, drain, now make your chili.

 

Using 1-2-3 different meats really gives the overall flavor a nice boost, added to the fire from the peppers.

 

I like to use different kinds of beans too...1 red kidney, 1 black and 2 chili.


Edited by Masher, 24 October 2016 - 02:25 PM.


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Posted 24 October 2016 - 02:43 PM

I love the fire burn from Reapers, and grew the Bhut Jolokias this year....both are excellent at increasing that burn we crave.  

 

For a flavor twist, use 1lb ground beef, 1lb, ground sausage, 1 lb, ground pork or raw bratwurst, skins removed.

 

Mix the meats together with hands....pan sear mouth sized pieces until browned, drain, now make your chili.

 

Using 1-2-3 different meats really gives the overall flavor a nice boost, added to the fire from the peppers.

 

I like to use different kinds of beans too...1 red kidney, 1 black and 2 chili.

 

Good idea on the meat...I've done that before and it really worked out nicely. 


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Posted 12 November 2016 - 06:32 PM

Last batch of chili I made I used 1 lb ground beef, 1 lb sausage, and 1 lb chorizo.  Best I'd ever made in my mind.  Really rounds out the flavor.  Recipe above looks good too.


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