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Brown meat with ... You may add chili powder to taste, ... is even better the next day, after all flavors have a chance to blend. Makes a crock pot full.
Brown hamburger; drain. Saute onion. In a 4 quart pan, combine tomato sauce, water, kidney beans, celery, hamburger, onion, brown sugar, BBQ sauce ...
Brown ground beef ... juice, beans, salt, chili powder and catsup. ... 1/2 cups of frozen hash browns can be substituted for fresh potatoes to save time.
Shake meat in flour and brown in oil; place in crock pot. Saute onions, garlic, carrot, apple and chilies in small amount of butter; place in crock ...
Brown ground meat in skillet; then drain. Meanwhile, saute onion and pepper in 2 tablespoons oil until tender. Add ground meat (drained). Mix in ...
Chop onions, celery, ... stir well. Add chili powder; cook about ... more chili powder to taste. The hotter the better! Makes enough to feed a small army.
Chop tomatoes, peppers and onions fine. Boil all slowly together, then add spices, sugar and boil 3 to 4 hours. Put into jars while hot and seal. ...
1. Brown the ... 2. Add the chili seasonings, salt and ... Texas chili does not have beans but if you like beans you may add them when the water is added.
Prepare beans as ... Cook until done. In large pan, add meat, tomato paste, whole tomatoes, chili powder and cooked beans with juice. Cook for 30 minutes.
Grind and boil tomatoes, onions and peppers for 15 minutes. Add sugar, salt and vinegar mixed. In cloth bag, mix allspice, cloves and cinnamon. Cook ...
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