Spicy Steak Chili

My own recipe. At the name implies, it's pretty spicy; if you want it milder, add one less jalapeño, switch the habanero out for a cayenne, or both. Steak is optional; it also works with ground beef, ground pork, or pretty much any other meat you can think of. To make it vegetarian-friendly, skip the meat and add extra corn and/or some black beans.

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  • In a large pot, combine steak, onion, and jalapeño. Sauté over medium low heat until steak browns.
  • Add water, kidney beans, corn, diced tomato, tomato paste, habanero, and bell pepper. Stir. Bring to a boil.
  • Reduce to low heat. Add sugar, cumin, oregano, salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Stir thoroughly. Cover and let simmer for at least 20 minutes.
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"My own recipe. At the name implies, it's pretty spicy; if you want it milder, add one less jalapeño, switch the habanero out for a cayenne, or both. Steak is optional; it also works with ground beef, ground pork, or pretty much any other meat you can think of. To make it vegetarian-friendly, skip the meat and add extra corn and/or some black beans."
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  1. taylorkerns
    My own recipe. At the name implies, it's pretty spicy; if you want it milder, add one less jalapeño, switch the habanero out for a cayenne, or both. Steak is optional; it also works with ground beef, ground pork, or pretty much any other meat you can think of. To make it vegetarian-friendly, skip the meat and add extra corn and/or some black beans.
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