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This is the best chili con carne recipe by far. It is based on the Chili con carne (best version) recipe
but has a several modifications, mainly by using bacon, dried chillies, beer and some extra spices. The chili freezes well - it actually tastes better after 24 hours. It can be served with Mexican fried rice or jacket potatoes and sour cream.
Tags: chipole chiles, ancho chiles, beef, bacon, garlic
Here is another chili recipe that is hot and delicious. The ingredients used in this recipe may look a lot, but most of them are spices and herbs that are added together at the final stage of cooking. Unlike many other chili recipes, this one does not use red kidney or other type of beans. Instead, it uses a variety of fresh and powdered chili peppers, such as jalapeno, green chilies, cayenne etc. The resulting dish is quite hot, but equally tasty. Serve it with Mexican fried rice. sour cream and fresh chopped coriander for a complete meal.
Tags: ground beef chuck, garlic, chili, jalapeno, tomato sauce
This is a variation of the famous restaurant Chasen's chili con carne recipe. The original recipe uses dried pinto beans that are soaked, boiled in water and then cooked with tomatoes. This recipe uses all the ingredients used in the original recipe except the pinto beans. Instead, canned red kidney beans are used. The result is not the same but it is equally delicious.
Tags: beef chuck, pork shoulder, chili powder, red kidney beans, garlic
This is the chili con carne recipe of the famous restaurant Chasen's. This recipe uses both beef and pork meat, spices, parsley, butter, tomatoes and bell peppers and instead of red kidney beans, is uses pinto beans. You can substitute the pinto beans with red kidney beans or borlotti beans but if you want to be as close to the original recipe as possible, try to use the pinto beans.
Tags: beef chuck, pork shoulder, chili powder, pinto beans, garlic
An authentic beef chili recipe using habenero chili peppers, tomatoes, onions, cumin and oregano, cocoa pwder and chili beans. The result is quite hot but extremely delicious!
Tags: habanero chilli peppers, beef chuck, onions, garlic, chili beans
Another classic chili con carne recipe that uses ground beef, the typical chili spices, tomatoes and red wine, among other ingredients. The chili is cooked slowly, for about 4 hours but the result is worth the wait. For a complete meal, serve this dish with fried rice, tortillas or mashed potatoes.
Tags: ground beef, onion, garlic, oregano, cumin
Here is another recipe of Chili con carne using red kidney beans. It is basically a variation of another version of chilli con carne listed on our website. This recipe uses lots of spices and instead of onion and garlic powders it uses fresh ones, minced. It also uses dried oregano, added at the last stage. The chili is cooked over medium heat for about 2 hours. During the cooking time, a series of ingredients are added in batches.
Tags: beef, tomato sauce, paprica, Sazon Goya, chilli powder
Another great beef chili recipe using a combination of minced and cubed beef, several spices and MSG, a flavor enchancer used widely in Asian cooking. For a better taste, refrigerate the chili for 24 hours. Reheat and serve.
Tags: beef, oregano, tomato sauce, cumin, red kidney beans
Another great chili con carne recipe, using various spices, fresh tomatoes, salsa, tomato sauce and chili beans instead of red kidney beans
Tags: minced beef, onion, celery, tomatoes, chili powder
A beef chile or chili con carne recipe, this time made the El Charro Mexican cafe way. The beef is cut into 1 inch cubes, coated in seasoned flour, browned and then slow cooked with a Colorado chili salsa, garlic and oregano. You can serve this delicious chili con carne dish with cornbread or flour tortillas and sour cream. This chili recipe is very easy to make, provided you have the Colorado red chili sauce ready, and is extremely delicious.
Tags: beef, Colorado chile sauce, garlic, oregano, flour