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chromedome
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I know this should be in the recipe section, but i dont think many people look in there. so if we could just keep this here for game day that would be great.


I use to make Chili different every time, some were good, some not so good. I decided a few years back to start writing everything down so i could repeat a recipe when i made a good batch. This is the recipe i ended up with.

3# venny burger

1 29 oz can hunts tomato sauce

1 29 oz can hunts diced tomato

1 15 oz Swansons chicken broth

1 15 oz can each dark kidney, black, and pinto beans undrained

1 large onion diced

1 large bell pepper diced

1 large stalk of celery diced

3/4 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon accents (optional, but makes a huge difference in taste)

2 teaspoons black pepper

2 teaspoon cumin

2 tablespoons chili powder

Brown the meat in a large pot. add all the diced vegetables, and the seasonings. cook until the veggies are tender. add all the other ingredients, and bring to a boil, turn heat down, and simmer until done.

This is a great basic chili that everyone can enjoy, but can be modified to your taste very easy. I usually add a little more heat to my bowl. We are having it today for the game served with Fritos, cheese, green onion, jalapeno, and sour cream on the side. Enjoy!! Go Pats!!

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Gonna move it there but leave a copy here. Wish more people would use that section. Could be a lot of fun [archer]

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This looks good so I'll give it a try. I just have not been able to make a decent pot of chili in a long time. Thanks!

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Bisch
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Just wanted to let you know I made this recipe for chili today (with one minor addition: I like it a bit spicier so I added 2 diced fresh jalapeno peppers, seeds and all). It turned out great and is now my #1 Chili recipe.

Thanks chromedome!

Bisch

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Well if Bisch made it and likes it I'm gonna give it a try. Will add the Jalepeno. Want to try it 2 ways, with first the burger, then small cubed pieces of venison sirloin . Thanks Chromedome!

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