Award Winning Chili Con Carne Recipe
The name says it all - this recipe starts from scratch so it has a lot of ingredients. Great for a crowd, just garnish with shredded mozzarella cheese, and use corn chips for dipping.
A base of stewed tomatoes, tomato paste, white wine and steak sauce surrounds chili-seasoned ground beef, bacon and kidney beans in this chili brightened with cilantro.
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The consistency & texture was awful. Tasted more like sloppy joes than chili. I followed the recipe exactly. Would not use again.
This is just such a great chili recipe! I have one of my own that I have been making for years but this one just looked better so I gave it a try. I wanted to stick to ChefJimmy's recipe but ended up playing with it just a little...I always fry my spice off with the onion to avoid any raw chili taste - this also seems to intensify the flavours. About 10 mins on a low heat does the trick. I used a red and yellow pepper as I am not a fan of green. I added cumin and cinnamon simply because I LoVe those flavours. I added more tinned tomarto because we like our chili a little soupy... This clings to the pasta I serve it on. My only other addition was a handful of coriander again because I LoVe the flavour. Served topped with a good sharp greated cheese and sour cream. This is the best chili I have ever made and it is much, much better than mine. Thanks ChefJimmy! Hope you don't mind all the additions! Smiles from Australia!
Ground beef, Italian sausage, beans, and a tomato base come together with lots of flavor and spice in this popular chili recipe. It's perfect for tailgating before football games or any time of year.
Spicy chili with ground beef, kidney beans, tomatoes, onions and garlic. Can be served over rice.
With an assortment of sweet and hot peppers, this slow simmered beef and kidney bean chili is a hearty treat your family will love.