Clone of a National Brand of Chili Powder

The chili powder I like has become impossible to find. I found out later that it's being discontinued. I bought a case of it a while ago but it's almost gone. So by using the ingredient label, the nutrition facts, and my digital scale I was able to come up with a pretty good copycat recipe. It's not quite as hot as the brand I used to buy but that can be fixed by adding more cayenne pepper. I'd rather have to add heat than to have it be too hot. I was mainly going for the actual flavor of the chili powder.

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  • Combine all ingredients.
  • Makes enough for one pot of chili.
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"The chili powder I like has become impossible to find. I found out later that it's being discontinued. I bought a case of it a while ago but it's almost gone. So by using the ingredient label, the nutrition facts, and my digital scale I was able to come up with a pretty good copycat recipe. It's not quite as hot as the brand I used to buy but that can be fixed by adding more cayenne pepper. I'd rather have to add heat than to have it be too hot. I was mainly going for the actual flavor of the chili powder."
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  1. smns65
    The chili powder I like has become impossible to find. I found out later that it's being discontinued. I bought a case of it a while ago but it's almost gone. So by using the ingredient label, the nutrition facts, and my digital scale I was able to come up with a pretty good copycat recipe. It's not quite as hot as the brand I used to buy but that can be fixed by adding more cayenne pepper. I'd rather have to add heat than to have it be too hot. I was mainly going for the actual flavor of the chili powder.
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