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Tony's He-Man Chili

Sounds delicious! I haven't tried it yet - just found it in Tony Chachere's Cajun Country Cookbook.

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2hrs 10mins
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  • 1. Brown bacon in large Dutch oven. Remove, crumble and set aside. Slice sausage into one-inch pieces and fry in bacon fat until brown. Remove and set aside with bacon. Pour off excess fat and fry ground beef. Drain and set aside with other meats.
  • 2. Pour off excess fat from pot. Saute onion, bell pepper, garlic, and hot pepper over low heat for 2 or 3 minutes. Mash tomatoes. Add tomatoes, Worcestershire sauce, Burgundy wine, and meats to onion mixture. Heat to boiling. Reduce heat and simmer. Season to taste with creole seasoning and simmer for 1/2 hour, stirring occasionally. Add beans with liquid and heat to boiling. Reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally.
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  1. 7echo
    I've made this a number of times and it is excellent. You have to be careful with the seasonings depending on what kind of hot sausage you use. I usually use Louisiana hot links or andouille which are spicy and not too hot. I made it once with a brand of hot links I was not familiar with and they made it way hot, which I liked, but a lot of people I served it to couldn't stand the heat and put potatoes in it to kill the heat.
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  2. Chef Shadows
    I liked this recipe enough to add it to my Chili Collection Cookbook. Again you do not state how much of the creole seasoning to add. I used chorizo for the hot sausage as that is what I had on hand. The burgundy wine made this nice ( I normally use beer in mine ). I did find I had to add more liquid ( wine ) as the simmering times made the chili to dry and it started to stick to the pot, but that could just be a difference between stoves.<br/>Nice recipe!
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  3. bridgettels
    Sounds delicious! I haven't tried it yet - just found it in Tony Chachere's Cajun Country Cookbook.
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