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    Chili recipe-

    Not sure if anyone is interested in pretty great chili recipe, but I'll put mine here, if people want.

    #2
    I'm in chili mode myself. I'm in a local competition this weekend!

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    • smarkley
      smarkley commented
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      keep us informed, Dave... and pics would be fun! Thanks!

    • Virginia Dave
      Virginia Dave commented
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      I sure will!

    #3
    PF, is it authentic Texas chili? I.e., no beans. Might be good to try, heading into the winter and I haven't been back to Austin or Dallas, for several years now.

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      #4
      I've moved around the South enough to appreciate all sorts of chilli. But since I live in Texas now, I only make Texas Red. That is, until my in laws from New Mexico come to visit. They bring me bushels of hatch peppers, so the least I can do is make pork green chili then. I'll get the recipe posted soon.

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      • smarkley
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        Ya... I am interested in that Pork Green Chili!

      #5
      I'm not a chili purist; if it tastes good, I don't care about beans, tomatoes, turkey, whatever. I did make a pot of "San Antonio" style on Sunday:

      5 lbs of chuck, cut into small cubes. This was a beautiful roast. It smelled so fresh.
      9 poblanos, roasted, then peeled,seeded, and diced. I know, they aren't in a real bowl of red. But I like poblanos.
      4 large onions, diced
      10 cloves of garlic, finely minced
      Water
      Salt, cracked black pepper, cumin, Mexican oregano, chili powder. I used an entire 2.5 oz bottle of chili powder, and guessed at the rest: probably a T each of cumin, pepper, and Mex oregano, and 2 T of coarse salt.
      1/2 cup masa harina to thicken.

      The process is pretty straightforward. Sear the beef, sauté the vegetables, mix everything with water and spices, simmer for a while, stir in the masa and serve. Delicious!
      Last edited by Mosca; November 4, 2014, 03:00 PM.

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        #6
        Btw, posting to this forum from an iPad messes with the formatting. Next time I'm on a laptop or desktop I'll fix it.

        Edit: format fixed.
        Last edited by Mosca; November 4, 2014, 03:01 PM.

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