Great chili - the orange is a lovely addition indeed!! Halved the recipe; omitted the tequila as I didn't have any and topped this with a whole lot of fresh cilantro as I love the stuff! Next time I think I'll use chopped beef instead of ground: with all the ground meat in this is a bit mushy and I'd like a bit more texture, so to speak. Really enjoyed this, thank you!
Disgusting. Either there's a serious error in this recipe, or it was nefariously posted just to cause you to waste 3 pounds of meat. The addition of 3 Tablespoons of cloves overpowers the recipe and ruins it. And, once those cloves are in there, there's nothing you can do to get them back out again. Even skipping the cloves, there is so much heat that most people aren't going to like it. Don't make this recipe unless you're prepared to enter a fraction of each of the spices and then only increase gradually, tasting each time.
Warning: This stuff is very spicy.
I only put in ? of a habanero and 2 tablespoons of chili power, and it was still too hot in my opinion, and I like spicy food.
If you%u2019re going to try this, I suggest first putting in ? of a habanero and 1 tablespoon of chili power. If it%u2019s too mild for you, then you can always up the heat next time.
Love this -to watch calories I added italian pre-season ground turkey and because I don't have the greatest meat market close to us to get decent sausage Big fan - questioned the orange but it was awesome. We both liked it. -thanks
Tasted great! Now that is a Man chili