Old faithful texas red!

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Old faithful texas red!

Postby JMoney7269 » Sun Jan 05, 2014 2:40 pm

It never disappoints! It's how I like it, it's how I always cook it at home so far we placed top 10 every time we used it in 30-50 team fields when chili is a category
4 lbs ground chuck chili grind
1 packet of reo chili seasoning
1 qt chicken broth
1 qt beef broth
2 tbs red boat 40N fish sauce (nuac mam nhi)
1 fine diced large Vidalia sweet onion
1 large can rotel maters
1 tbs wylers beef granules
1 tbs wylers chicken granules
2 Jals deseeded and fine diced
1 bulb garlic whole, not chopped
Adjust salt content with lawrys season salt at the end
Brown meat in small batches. I like to add the chili powder mix about 1 tbs while the meat is browning in every batch and straight to the pot after the jals and onyawns are soft. Then add all the liquid ingredients. I skim the fat after it's finished boiling for about 2 hrs. I learned this little trick from bludawg, I like to tighten it up with a little masa at the end. My wife likes hers with Fritos, brown rice, and cheese. I eat mine with a super scoop spoon just the chili by itself.
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Re: Old faithful texas red!

Postby ChileFarmer » Sun Jan 05, 2014 5:40 pm

And boy would that taste good about now. Nice bowl of red on a cold day. Any day is a good day for chili. CF :D
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Re: Old faithful texas red!

Postby Rambo » Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:52 am

Looks good. we made a big pot yesterday too.
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Re: Old faithful texas red!

Postby RWBTEX » Mon Jan 06, 2014 10:10 am

Looks real good JM, gotta try that recipe soon, love me a good bowl of red.
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Re: Old faithful texas red!

Postby Nate443 » Thu Nov 27, 2014 9:15 pm

Man this is good! Easy to make. Didn't have any masa so I used some corn starch. Not big on tomatoes so I cut it down. Even with the changes, I can see why you do good at chili comps!

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