|by Michael Stern|
Time to Chow Down and Chili Up!Here is the most comprehensive guide ever to making and enjoying America's favorite meal in a bowl.
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In large saucepan or Dutch oven, brown sausage with onion, green pepper, and celery; drain. Add remaining ingredients-except beans. Bring to a boil, ...
Use a large frying pan and spray with Pam and add the turkey, onion, celery, peppers, and garlic. Cook until turkey looks "done" and vegetables are ...
Brush bottom of ... Add chopped garlic, chili powder, salt, a ... 2 gallons, about 32 servings. This chili won the UMM chili cook off here at Aldersgate.
2 sm. onions, ... vinegar 1 tbsp. chili powder 1 c. ... for 3 1/2 hours.) We like to skim the fat from the sauce and use the sauce over rice. Serve 3-4.
Heat pressure cooker ... Add beans and heat through uncovered. Up to 2 cans of beans may be added. Increase cheyenne and/or chili powder for hotter chili.
Brown ground meat, ... remaining ingredients except kidney beans. Cook slowly for at least 2 hours. Increase cayenne and/or chili powder for hotter chili.
Cook and scramble ... 2-3 hours. (If chili is too thin, ... bread, crumbled.) This is a good hot dog chili or the addition of canned beans for an entree.
Fry meat to brown, add onion to saute; drain. Add beans and soup. Add chili powder, salt and pepper to taste. Simmer 30 minutes. Serve.
Brown beef and ... juice. Add kidney beans, sugar, salt, and chili powder. Bring to boil, then simmer 30-40 minutes. Double the recipe to make a big pot full.
Brown ground meat, ... hour; add kidney beans and heat through. Up to 2 cans of beans may be added. Increase cayenne and-or chili powder for hotter chili.
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