|by Jane Butel|
Jane Butel, widely regarded as the expert on Southwest cooking, traveled the country judging chili contests and coaxing recipes.
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Here's a recipe ... detailed instructions for canning Chili, No Beans, ... or canned kidney, pinto beans, elbow macaroni or wide egg noodles if desired.
Choose fresh, ripe ... scorching. Pour into clean, hot canning jars (pints). Adjust caps and process for 15 minutes in boiling water bath. Yields 5-6 pints.
Combine prepared tomatoes, ... information on peeling chili peppers.) Heat to ... fewer chili peppers). Yields 6 to 8 pints. ersity Cooperative Extension
Wash vegetables. Chop tomatoes. Sprinkle chopped tomatoes with 2 tablespoons of salt, let stand 12 hours in drain. Dissolve remaining salt and sugar ...
Chop tomatoes and ... or until the chili is as thick ... stove burner. Use sterilized jars and seal in recommended manner. Good for the family and as gifts.
Mix first 6 ingredients together. Cook until nearly done, then add spices. Put in pint jars and seal.
Heat all ingredients, simmer until tomatoes and peppers are tender. Add a paste of 1/4 cup cornstarch and 1/4 cup water to thicken the sauce. When ...
Mix together and simmer 2 hours. Makes 10-12 pints. Process 20 minutes.
Blend spices well into meat. Divide into 2 or 3 portions. lay this mixture between 2 pieces of plastic. Using a rolling pin, roll 1/4 inch thickness. ...
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