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This was a great recipe. Only change; I used fresh hot peppers and coated the steak in flour before browning. I will definitely make this recipe again....actually, I think it may be my "go to recipe" for chili. :)
First, I have to say the instruction to drain the water is making me laugh way more than necessary. :-D Second, hthis is really, REALLY good. I had leftover chipotle peppers from another recipe (raspberry chipotle sauce) and I used probably double what the recipe called for, but we like stuff pretty spicy. And I used leftover grilled steak (no oil) and we added light sour cream, home canned tomatoes (no sodium), low sodium beans, and we all know that avocado is a healthy fat, and just a ilttle bit of grated cheddar, so all in all this is actually a pretty healthy recipe. Will most definitely make again.
This was delicious! I followed the recipe exactly and one steak fed my family of 7! The chipotle with adobe added just the right touch of heat . (The small can it came in was way too much so I froze the rest.) I served this with Flour Tortillas Diaz...my DH said this is the recipe you take to potlucks...that is a huge compliment coming from a man used to authentic mexican cooking from his mom and nana....DELICIOUS SANDI!!!!
Loved this recipe. I couldn't find the chipotle chilies at the store, but thought the chili tasted great without them. Will definitely make again!
Wonderful recipe. Didn't need to change a thing.
The BEST chili recipe EVER! It was a big hit at our duper bowl party!