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Old 06-14-2014, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default Superfast Chili Fix (pr0n)

Joneseying for some chili but short of time?
This is a solution, but it is my own style so not sweet but spicy belly warming and savory!
2 shallots, diced fine
2 cloves of garlic.same
one large paprika pepper-(bell peppers or any peppers fine)-diced
440g can of kidney beans drained
440gram can of baked beans
440g can of diced Italian tomatoes
5 rashes smoked bacon, diced
Heap teaspoon of these powdered items;
arbol
guajillo
San Antonio
habanero
jalapeno
cumin

Put a tbs of EVOO into a pot and add shallots, stir and let sweat lid on for 5 mins low heat.
Add garlic and paprika, sweat for 5 more minutes or until they are softened.
Add bacon and stir well and turn heat to medium.
Sizzle.
Then turn heat down to simmer and add spices, beans and tomatoes
Stir with a wooden flat bottom tool every 5 minutes so the bottom of the pot doesn't catch and burn.





20-25 minutes later add some frsh oregano and parsley or coriander and serve!

I like mine with some fried bacon, egg and tortilla chips and cheese!



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Old 06-14-2014, 09:55 PM   #2
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That looks fantastic, Bucc. I love chili with eggs too.
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I want some! Those chips look interesting, homemade?
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That looks fantastic, Bucc. I love chili with eggs too.
Thanks mate!

Isn't it an awesome combo of gooey goodness?
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I want some! Those chips look interesting, homemade?
Home made in the context of chopped up and fried at home
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Dayum you lurkin ferkers.
And my likker intake!
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Oh, hell yeah!
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Looks good, I like it topped with fresh cilantro too.
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Looks good Buc but WHERE'S THE BEEF????...I have been known to open a can of Wolfs no bean in an chili emergency
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Man that looks good.
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Looks Great Bucc What is guajillo and San Antonio
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guajillo is a dried Passilla chili pepper SanAntonio is the home the Allamo and the Spurs. It must be a Chili powder mix like Gebhardts.
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Looks mighty tasty Buccs! I've not tried eggs with chili, will give it a go. Thanks!
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Looks good Buc but WHERE'S THE BEEF????...I have been known to open a can of Wolfs no bean in an chili emergency
I know...I know.....but note the bacon, Bluey...I mean ..BACON!
The stewing of bacon with the onion and garlic makes a really yummy flavor base that really get's in.
Try it next time you are desperate for a hit of chili and quick!
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