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1/2 Photos of Pat's Spicy-Hot Winter Chili No. 6
Description: neither thick nor thin, big flavor, traditional chili flavor, 4-alarm on a 1-5 alarm scale. If you like 10 or 12 drops of Tabasco on a big plate of spaghetti, this chili is fine for you, but it's not so hot that your eyeballs are going to pop out. This chili began as a clean-out-the-refrigerator recipe but I did apply my considerable chili knowledge to the dish by manipulating the flavor with certain key herbs and spices. I didn't just dump in everything in other words. I'm compelled to say that I was very happy with the end result. For one thing, it doesn't taste like all my other chilis. No, this one is much more traditional in flavor with plenty of good heat. But when you STOP eating it, your mouth does not remain really hot. Just right, if you like a good spicy chili. I think the salsa verde is the key ingredient. This chili would be especially good for a Superbowl party or for brunch on a day of deep snow and goofing off. There is very little labor involved in this one. It will be too hot for the kids though. One final caution: do not add salt to this recipe. There is plenty of salt in the bouillon and other ingredients. Enjoy this very special chili my friends!
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (330 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 14