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Postby Gator » Thu Nov 13, 2008 3:39 pm

Brandon Schick wrote:No I thought I was supposed to cook it on low ?? :oops:


Try 'er on high this time. It should simmer as it is cooking. :idea:

You can also substitute regular hamburger meat and/or ground pork too.

I nornally add several tablespoons of pepper sauce at the end to finish it off with a kick...
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Postby BAR "G" BBQ » Thu Nov 13, 2008 3:52 pm

Hey Brandon; one thing you might consider is cooking your onion and peppers whole until soft then liquify in the blender with a little broth. I do this with pintos and chili for a smooth gravy consistency. I totally agree with Gator on utilizing beef broth in addition to water.
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