Friday, June 29, 2012

Worlds Greatest Chili Recipes


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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Chili Bean Soup

Here's a quick and easy recipe for Chili Bean Soup. If you want a decent tasting chili in a hurry then here it is for you.

Ingredients Needed For Your Chili Bean Soup

1. One Half Pound Ground Beef.

2. One Small Sweet Onion Diced Fine.

3. One 15 Ounce Can Pintos not drained.

4. One 10 Ounce Can Tomatoes And Green Chili's.

5. One Fourth Cup Red Wine.

6. One Tablespoon Chili Powder.

7. One Teaspoon Fresh Minced Garlic.


You want to cook your meat, onion, and garlic in a skillet until the meat is brown and pour off any excess juice.

Now put all your ingredients into a six quart crock pot on high for six hours. Stir about three times while its cooking.

Once it's done you can make the Cornbread Recipe you can find by clicking that link and serve your Chili Bean Soup over the cornbread. I will tell you that the recipe for cornbread there is some of the best cornbread you will ever eat.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Chicken Tortilla Soup

Have you ever tried Chicken Tortilla Soup? If not then your in luck. I have the recipe for Chicken Tortilla Soup and more for you right now. I guarantee you that it's one of the best soups you'll ever eat.

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Friday, June 15, 2012

Slow-Cooker Texas Chili

Texas Slow Cooker Chili

People are constantly asking me for a recipe for a delicious slow cooker chili. Well here is one your sure to enjoy and I promise you that it really is delicious.

Slow Cooker Texas Chili Ingredients

1. Two And One Half Pounds Beef Chuck Roast Cut Into One Inch Cubes.

2. Two Tablespoons Brown Sugar.

3. One Tablespoon Ground Sea Salt.

4. Two Tablespoons Vegetable Oil.

5. Two Tablespoons Minced Fresh Garlic.

6. Two Four Ounce Cans Green Chilies

7. One Tablespoon Ground Cumin.

8. One Half Cup Chili Powder

9. One Fourteen Ounce Can Tomatoes With Chilies.

10. One Medium Sweet Onion Diced Fine.

Toss the beef cubes in a bowl with the brown sugar and the sea salt to coat it well and then brown it in batches in vegetable oil being sure to turn it over to get the beef browned on all sides.

When you put the last batch of beef into the skillet your browning the beef in add the garlic and the onion into the pan also.

Cook the last batch of beef and onions and garlic until the onions are done.

Now put all your ingredients into a large crock pot or slow cooker and set the temperature on high. Cook for six hours and at least three times while the chili is cooking stir the pot up from the bottom. If your chili gets to thick add a little beef broth at a time.

No there are no beans in this chili but you can add beans if you wish. If you do add beans I would add a 14-15 ounce can of kidney beans and wash them well before you add them to the chili.

I usually garnish this chili with sour cream, guacamole, and shredded Mexican Cheese. Serve it in a bowl on top of a small square of corn bread for a delicious chili people won't soon forget. CLICK HERE for a delicious cornbread recipe.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

White Southwestern Chicken Chili

This is a delicious spicy white chicken chili with a spicy kick. If your looking for a hearty chili with a lot of flavor you really can't go wrong with this delicious chili.

White Southwestern Chicken Chili Ingredients

1. Three Cups Cooked Chicken In Small Cubes.

2. Three Fifteen And A Half Ounce Cans Great Northern Beans.

3. One Tablespoon Minced Fresh Garlic.

4. One Cup Red Sweet Onion Diced Fine.

5. One Tablespoon Powdered Cumin.

6. One Tablespoon Mexican Oregano.

7. One Teaspoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.

8. Two Four Ounce Cans Green Chilies Diced Fine.

9. Four Cups Chicken Broth.

Start off by washing off your Northern Beans well under cold running water.

In a sauce pan saute your garlic and onions until the vegetables are done. Be careful that they cook done but don't brown.

Add all your ingredients to a six quart crock pot and turn the pot on high for six hours.

You'll want to prepare your chicken before you add it to the crock pot by cutting it up into small one inch cubes. You should saute it done before you add it to the crock pot.

Once you taste this chicken I think you'll realize that you have probably made the most delicious White Southwestern Chicken Chili that you'll ever eat.

Serve your chili over small squares of cornbread in small bowls. Put shredded Monterrey Jack Cheese, Sour Cream, and Guacamole on top of your bowls of chili. Click the link for the cornbread for a wonderful cornbread recipe.

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Buffalo Chili Recipe

I don't know if you can find buffalo meat for sale in your area but if you can let me tell you it makes delicious chili. You can also find buffalo meat for sale several places online.

Buffalo meat is delicious. I have a local butcher shop here in North Carolina that sells it and I purchase it quite often. Just recently I made it into chili and everyone that ate it said it was some of the best chili they had ever eat.

Buffalo Chili Ingredients

1. One Tablespoon Olive Oil.

2. Two Pounds Ground Buffalo Meat.

3. One Large Red Sweet Onion Diced Fine.

4. Two Tablespoons Minced Fresh Garlic.

5. One Half Cup Red Bell Pepper Diced Fine.

6. Three Jalapenos Seeded And Diced Fine.

7. One Twenty Eight Ounce Can Diced Tomatoes.

8. Two 15 Ounce Cans Pintos Washed And Drained.

9. One Teaspoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.

10. One Half Cup Chili Powder.

11. One Teaspoon Cinnamon.

12. One Tablespoon Ground Sea Salt.

13. One Teaspoon Black Pepper.

14. Two Cups Beef Broth.

Start by browning your ground buffalo along with your onion and garlic. Also add your jalapenos in while your cooking the meat, onion, and garlic.

Once you have the meat browned and the veggies done drain the meat and veggies well nd then put everything together into a large stock pot and bring it almost to a boil but not quite.

Turn your pot down to a low medium and let your chili cook for at least two hours stirring often to be sure it does not stick.

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I like to serve my Buffalo Chili over squares of corn bread with sour cream, guacamole, and shredded cheddar cheese on top. I guarantee you it's delicious that way.