|What! No Chili!|
|by Karen Rumbley|
Henry finds out what it takes to run a Texas cafe when Cuisinie the Genie, a hot chili pepper, takes him on a whirlwind tour of food festivals all...
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Heat oil in ... chiles and juice, chili powder, oregano, sugar, ... dollops of sour cream. Add chili. Top with shredded cheese. Enjoy a great bowl of chili.
Brown hamburger in skillet, remove from grease and place into 4 qt saucepan. Cook onions & green peppers in leftover grease. Remove from grease and ...
Brown hamburger meat and chop fine. Mix other ingredients in a large 3 quart pot. Add hamburger meat when browned. Bring to a slow boil and simmer ...
Cook the pork ... you love garlic, add some more. If you're not big on cilantro, use less. Enjoy with some homemade white corn tortillas and sopa de aroz.
Saute ground beef, ... excess grease. Add chili powder, tomato sauce, ... for 20 minutes. Cook rice in saucepan until done. Serve chili over cooked rice.
Brown ground beef ... and add tomatoes, chili powder, salt, onion ... Reduce heat and simmer 1 hour. Serve while hot with Cheddar cheese on top. Serves 6.
Using oil and ... more water if chili is too thick. ... while cooking. Freezes well. Serve over hot dogs or serve as is with crackers. Yield: 3 1/2 quarts.
In a large ... Simmer, uncovered, for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Combine flour and vinegar. Stir into chili. Simmer another 15 minutes or until thickened.
Put hamburger, sausage ... add Worcestershire sauce, chili powder and catsup. Put back on stove and simmer for about 1 hour. If too thick, add a little water.
Brown ground beef ... 2 cans of water; add green pepper, celery, kidney beans, crushed red pepper, chili powder and salt and pepper; simmer 3 to 5 hours.
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