|The Texas Holiday Cookbook|
|by Dotty Griffith|
These recipes will help make your holiday festivites even more delightful, memorable, and truly Texan.
1 - 10 of 171 for texas chili
Brown ground beef ... water. Add to chili and stir well. ... less pepper. I usually serve it over rice or with tortilla chips, sometimes both. Enjoy ;)
This is one ... a little hot chili liquid in with ... toppings: Shredded cheese, chopped onion, chopped pickled jalapeņos, Pico de Gallo, and sour cream.
Preparation Time: Approximately 10 minutes Cook Time: Approximately 50 minutes Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium high heat. Add the steak ...
Heat oil over medium heat. Add beef and sear well. Remove meat and set aside. Add garlic, peppers, and onions and saute over medium heat 10 minutes. ...
Put meat in ... salt and pepper. Cook until all water is cooked out of meat. Add tomato juice and chili mix. Boil until meat is tender and juice is thick.
Cut the meat ... browned. Add garlic, chili powder, salt, and ... teaspoons instant beef broth bouillon or 2 cubes of bouillon. Makes 6 generous servings.
Heat oil in ... in garlic; combine chili, cumin, and ... with sour cream and lime wedges. May be used with flour tortillas as burritos. Makes 8 servings.
Brown onion, celery, ... fine. Cook until meat is brown. Add 1 can tomatoes and 1 can Bush's chili beans and seasonings. For hot chili use Ro-Tel tomatoes.
1. Brown the ... 2. Add the chili seasonings, salt and ... become enhanced. Real Texas chili does not ... beans you may add them when the water is added.
Combine all ingredients except chips and vegetables. Heat on medium low until cheese is melted and chili is heated thoroughly; stir occasionally. Serve warm.
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