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RECIPE: contest winning colony mountain chili

Posted by vangy (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 28, 07 at 22:42

COLONY MOUNTAIN CHILI

1# BONELESS BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK " CUBES

ITALIAN SAUSAGE LINKS OR BULK IN BALLS /CUBES "

2T OLIVE OIL

1 MEDIUM ONION CHOPPED, MORE AS DESIRED

2 GARLIC CLOVES MINCED, MORE AS DESIRED

2 GREEN ONONS THINLY SLICED

2t. BEEF BOULION OR SOUP BASE

1 C. BOILING WATER

1 C (6 OZ). TOMATO PASTE

3 T CHILI POWDER, LESS AS DESIRED

2 t BROWN SUGAR

2 T WORDHESTERSHIRE SAUCE

2 t GROUND CUMIN, FRESH IS BEST

1-2 t CRUSHED RED PEPPER FLAKES, OR AS DESIRED

1 T. SALT

t PEPPER

3 CANS (14 OZ) STEWED TOMAOTES, CHOPPED W/ JOLORPAINO OR PLAIN AS DESIRED

2 CANS PINTO, BLACK OR NAVY BEANS, MIXED IF DESIRED RINSED

SHREDDED CHEESE

BROWN STEAK AND SAUSAGE, IN OLIVE OIL, DRAIN, PUT IN SLOW COOKER W/ WATER & SOUP BASE, OR USE BEEF BROTH TO COVER.

BROWN ONIONS, IN SKILLET, TILL TENDER, ADD GARLIC, SAUTE , ADD TO MEATS.

ADD TOMATO PASTE, CHILI POWDER, BROWN SUGAR, TOBASCO SAUCE, SEASONINGS, BEANS AND TOMAOTES.

COVER, COOK SLOW UNTIL MEATS ARE TENDER.

SERVE TOPPED W/ CHEESE, OR TOPPINGS OF YOU LIKING

I LIKE TO PUT RICE UNDER, TOPPED CHEESE, ONIONS (GREEN OR ) ,

BEST SERVED NEXT DAY

I MAKE A VEGETABLE CHILI W/ THIS ERCIPE, USING 3 BEANS, BLACK, PINTO AND CANNELINI, AND ADD JUST STEAMED ZUCHINI TO HOT CHILI WHEN SERVED,

I LIKE CANNED BLACK BEANS SEASONED W/ CUMIN, OR COOK MY OWN ADDINF FRESH GROUND CUMIN WHEN COOKING

This is also great w/ 3-4 kinds of beans, canned or home cooked. Served over rice of choice, topped w/ cheese, sour cream, chopped onions or green onios. W/ side dishes of choice.

Vangy won a contest w/ the original recipe which I have tweeked from a Taste Of Home recipe

I love to experiment and most of my recipes come direct from the Holy Spirit. The best "cook book" I have ever used.


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