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What a yummy chili recipe. I made as directed except used a little less of the chipotle peppers in adobo...I know how hot those babies are and was nervous about doing as much as called for lol. This had great flavor and really hit the spot on a chilly fall night :) Thanks so much for posting!
Yummy recipe! I used the kidney beans and instead of the ground beef used moose meat a friend had given us. I also made it with the chipotle chilies in adobo sauce. This sure packs some heat. I topped it off with shredded cheese, sour cream and a sprinkle of cilantro. YUM! Thanks for posting :)
This recipe is definitely not for the faint of heart. I followed your directions about making the day b/f and simmering on the for a few hours. I thought the bacon would have added a nice touch, but DH said he couldn't taste it due to the hotness of the chili. I did omit the chipotle chilies in adobo and subbed a healthy dash of dried chipotle chili pepper powder. I also only used one can of beans (family preference) and 2 cups of beef broth as DH and DS like a thicker chili. A hearty and filling meal that was perfect for a freezing Michigan winter night. Made for PRMR.
Great. I only used half the cayenne and this was PLENTY hot. I let this sit overnight after the first cook through, and then set it to low in the crock the next day. Great recipe!
A good tasting chilli,that pretty much makes itself. We didn't use the chipotles,but only because I can never get them,so I upped the spices a little to compensate,as we like it fiery. A really enjoyable dish that is so simple that anyone could cook it and produce great results. Another winner from you guys! Made for PRMR.