Wick Fowler's Chili - Rick's Version

Basically I just measured the ingredients in the package and substituted fresh onion and garlic. I usually mix up several of these and store them in ziplock bags to use later.

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  • Brown hamburger meat and drain off fat.
  • Return to heat, add onion and garlic, cook until onion is softened.
  • Add tomato sauce, tomatoes, and water.
  • Stir in dry ingredients except masa harina.
  • Cover and simmer for 30 minutes or longer for spicier flavor.
  • Add masa harina dissolved in water.
  • Stir in pinto beans.
  • Simmer another 20 minutes.
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"Basically I just measured the ingredients in the package and substituted fresh onion and garlic. I usually mix up several of these and store them in ziplock bags to use later."
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  1. sldavis79072
    True Wick Fowler's chili would NEVER contain beans, just like REAL genuine Texas chili!
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  2. scoutdad
    OH NO! Please tell me you didn't ruin a Texas classic by adding beans? Otherwise this IS the best chili, ever!
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  3. Boudean
    I posted a review before my email confirmation. If you get it, either omit it or add the 8 oz. tomato sauce and two cans water. Thank you.
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  4. shenning06
    This is perfect--the only thing I changed was I used undrained Ranch Style Beans for pinto beans. Also masa harina can be hard to find even in a specialty grocery store but you can buy it in 5 lb.bags for less than $2.00 at HEB in Texas stores. I could not find it in a smaller size. 1/2 cup of chili powder is pretty hot so I used 1/4 cup and it was just right for us.
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  5. rickscott
    Basically I just measured the ingredients in the package and substituted fresh onion and garlic. I usually mix up several of these and store them in ziplock bags to use later.
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