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Unread 10-07-2012, 08:37 PM   #1
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Default Chili help

I am looking for a good chili recipe for a church function. Does anyone have one that they will share?

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Unread 10-07-2012, 08:47 PM   #2
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Yeah, theree are a few around. I hope you don't end up with one of those "the more work you put into it the better it must be" recipes. Chili is simple. It's easy. You shouldn't have to do a lot of work to make a good pot of chili.
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While I agree with Boshiz's premise, one must define chili when seeking recipes. Are you looking for hot dog chili, cold weather chili, or a chili that will leave folks begging for more?

I have a recipe that I could share, but it takes five hours to cook and isn't cheap. But it has won many local contests and is in high demand by friends and family. I would cook it for a church function, but only because I like seeing folks taste something over the top.


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Google Egret's chilli.A PITA to make but the BEST I EVER taste'/red.my puter keyboard is jacked up!
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BEWARE,,it IS SPICY,may want to omit some of the hot stuff for the masses.
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This is my starting recipe. I've modified it to our tastes including adding a can of beer, pinto and kidney beans.

http://www.cinchili.com/recipes-cinchili.html
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You really opened up the proverbial can of worms with this thread.

I have eaten thousands of bowls of chili, and most of them have been good, and all of them have been different.

My own chili is a simple mix of crushed tomatoes, diced onions, garlic, chili powder, cumin, chili powder, cayenne, and either diced or ground beef. I alter it with whatever fresh herbs I happen to have growing at the time. There is no recipe, I just shoot from the hip.

To me, the beauty of chili is that it is never the same from one batch to the next, depending on what is available at the time. It is working-man food. You cook what you got.

Chili is blue-collar food. There are a lot of ways to make good chili.

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Lots of chili+ little time=Cinchili.
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You really opened up the proverbial can of worms with this thread.

I have eaten thousands of bowls of chili, and most of them have been good, and all of them have been different.

My own chili is a simple mix of crushed tomatoes, diced onions, garlic, chili powder, cumin, chili powder, cayenne, and either diced or ground beef. I alter it with whatever fresh herbs I happen to have growing at the time. There is no recipe, I just shoot from the hip.

To me, the beauty of chili is that it is never the same from one batch to the next, depending on what is available at the time. It is working-man food. You cook what you got.

Chili is blue-collar food. There are a lot of ways to make good chili.

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Search Saiko's Chile. There is a great recipe here....just have to hunt a a little

I'd paste the. Link but my phone is not cooperating

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Thanks,
I am looking for one that I can feed a crowd that in not to spicy and has meat and beans.

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Here's the Saiko link: http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=71047
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