Chili und Weissbier!

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Chili und Weissbier!

Postby Huppe » Fri Feb 26, 2010 5:38 am

I made some hot chili. Served with "Keri's Cornbread", rice, nachos and German Wheat Beer:

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As an extra there is some pineapple (that's from Sterno's recommendation) and it works great!
For some of you there might be some other "extras" too ;)

Ingredients:
Minced beef
kidney beans
crushed tomatoes in tomato juice
onion
ground pepper
ground cumin
ground black pepper
salt
corn
tomato puree
thai chilis
cayenne pepper
pineapple bites
garlic
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Re: Chili und Weissbier!

Postby bowhnter » Fri Feb 26, 2010 8:26 am

Pineapple in Chili...hmmm, that may be pretty good!

In fact, I have a leftover container of chili in the freezer and a snack pack of pineapple :idea:
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Re: Chili und Weissbier!

Postby Huppe » Fri Feb 26, 2010 9:37 am

bowhnter wrote:Pineapple in Chili...hmmm, that may be pretty good!

In fact, I have a leftover container of chili in the freezer and a snack pack of pineapple :idea:

"Snackpack"? that sounds like dried and sugared pineapple? I used one in a tin can on it's own juice..
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Re: Chili und Weissbier!

Postby BluDawg » Fri Feb 26, 2010 10:36 am

Looks good to me Huppe,thanks for the recipe too. A meal like that is like a sweater for your insides.
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Re: Chili und Weissbier!

Postby vermin99 » Fri Feb 26, 2010 11:11 am

Great looking chili
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Re: Chili und Weissbier!

Postby bowhnter » Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:34 pm

Huppe wrote:
bowhnter wrote:Pineapple in Chili...hmmm, that may be pretty good!

In fact, I have a leftover container of chili in the freezer and a snack pack of pineapple :idea:

"Snackpack"? that sounds like dried and sugared pineapple? I used one in a tin can on it's own juice..


No, it is in it's own juice... 8)
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Re: Chili und Weissbier!

Postby limey » Fri Feb 26, 2010 11:34 pm

Great looking chili Huppe, like the look of that beer too.
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Re: Chili und Weissbier!

Postby cowboydon » Fri Feb 26, 2010 11:42 pm

That chili does look good on a day like today it would be nice to sit down with a big ol bowl of it. Thanks for sharing the recipe and picture ( you take great food pictures Huppe)
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