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A Different Kind Of Chili

Postby wigelnyatt » Fri Mar 11, 2011 3:32 pm

My gram used to make this chili. It is totally different due to the curry powder and no chili peppers, chili powder or cumin. Still tastes good, but definitely a totally different kind of chili.


Ingredients:
4 slices of bacon
1 large onion
1lbs meat of your choice (we made ours with ground beef)
1qt of canned tomatoes
2 cans of dark red kidney beans
1tsp salt
1tsp curry powder
ground pepper
1tbs white vinegar
1tbs brown sugar

Directions:
-Brown bacon, cut in 1\2″ strips
-Saute 1 cup of coarsely chopped onion until golden
-Brown 1 lb. chopped meat
In a large pot, add cooked ingredients plus the canned tomatoes, dark red kidney beans, salt, curry powder, pepper, white vinegar, brown sugar. Simmer until liquid boils down, about 1 hour. Serve over white or brown rice. Even better when reheated.
(Also exceptional... cold on white bread, while still drunk & sitting on the floor eating by refrigerator light.)
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Re: A Different Kind Of Chili

Postby beckya » Fri Apr 27, 2012 1:30 pm

wigelnyatt wrote:My gram used to make this chili. It is totally different due to the curry powder and no chili peppers, chili powder or cumin. Still tastes good, but definitely a totally different kind of chili.


Ingredients:
4 slices of bacon
1 large onion
1lbs meat of your choice (we made ours with ground beef)
1qt of canned tomatoes
2 cans of dark red kidney beans
1tsp salt
1tsp curry powder
ground pepper
1tbs white vinegar
1tbs brown sugar

Directions:
-Brown bacon, cut in 1\2″ strips
-Saute 1 cup of coarsely chopped onion until golden
-Brown 1 lb. chopped meat
In a large pot, add cooked ingredients plus the canned tomatoes, dark red kidney beans, salt, curry powder, pepper, white vinegar, brown sugar. Simmer until liquid boils down, about 1 hour. Serve over white or brown rice. Even better when reheated.
(Also exceptional... cold on white bread, while still drunk & sitting on the floor eating by refrigerator light.)
Now that's a chili recipe :angryfire:

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