4 Reviews

Totally Texas. WOW! We just enjoyed this for MLK Day lunch, and it is incredible. Coming from a former competitor on the chili circuits in Texas, you should be proud of such a recipe. Worked great as a Frito Pie! Oh, and yea.....there are NO beans at Terilinga! Nice job!

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ElvisPresley99 January 31, 2011

This is as advertised - a superior example of Texas Red chili. If you're not the spicy type, this won't be for you, but if you are, man oh man, this is heaven. It's incredibly complex, deeply spicy and 100% delicious. I was confused about what the author meant by "spicy tomato sauce" - no other description is given and there is no such thing at my grocery store, so I just used regular tomato sauce. You'll need some salt at the very end, and maybe a bit more broth than is called for, but this is a definite keeper. Thanks Nick!

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agentseven January 28, 2010

This chili is so tasy it is not funny. For the Aussies out there, Shortening = OIl I add my own touch by putting in a can of chopped tomatoes, and a can of red kidney beans

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dansweat May 21, 2009

Dude! This is an EXCELLENT recipe! I had to make chili for a chili cook off at my brother-law's Super Bowl party and I am so glad that I stumbled across this recipe. Being a Native Texan, I am very particular about what I condsider to be REAL Chili as apposed to the other 99%. I got a pressure cooker last year so this was a no brainer. It takes some time to cook the Chili base down and you really should try to get all of the correct ingredients and not skimp. I won 3rd place and everyone said I probably would have won 1st if we hadn't been 45 minutes late. Kudos! Very savory and authentic.

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reastwood2 February 15, 2009
Nick’s Pressure Cooker “bowl of Red” - Traditional Texas Chili