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Thread: GDG!!!! Chili recipie and hot sauce recipie GDG

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    here in south tx, good chili is made with pork,chicken and beef. hot sauce is made with ghost pepper. keep in mind the hotter and saltier the better. the ghost pepper is the hottest pepper known to man. i have seen grown men ncry when they eat sauce with one pepper to one pint of tomato, onion and other spices. so be ware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MooseGooser View Post
    All you Texans know,, the secrete is in the beans!
    If it contains beans it is not chili, call it something else not chili. If it is a tequila drink with something other than limes don't call it a margarita, there is no such drink as a strawberry margarita!

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    Ok! Im goining to do my best and feel like if I get someone elses recipeie I would be cheating and no beans ( doofuss)
    I would like a good hot hot sauce recipe though

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    Well,,, MY Chili has beans in it ....
    chili beans!

    I have to admitt though my specialty is quicheeie
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    With green olives and hot dogs
    It is far easier to spit on the work of others than it is to produce something better yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MooseGooser View Post
    With green olives and hot dogs
    You crack me up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdA View Post
    If it contains beans it is not chili, call it something else not chili. If it is a tequila drink with something other than limes don't call it a margarita, there is no such drink as a strawberry margarita!

    I looked up my old post. Ed was one of the guys that scolded me for having beans in my "hot stew"

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    There was an old man in Dallas named Shanghi Jimmy who sold his "Chili Rice" for years in various hole in the walls downtown. He served his chili in a Styrofoam cup over rice with diced celery and a pad of butter and cheddar cheese. Lemonade was the only drink he sold. Try this combination with any chili you want (no beans please). It's great! Jimmy was probably close to 90 25 years ago. He supposedly survived the Bataan Death March.

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    I know you said you don't want to use somebody else's recipe, but I would take a look at some of these and use them as inspiration (i.e. modify them just a bit)

    http://www.chili.org/recipes.html

    As to the hotsauce thing. I'd probably do the same thing (find some recipes and modify em just a bit). Me, I just started working on some fermented sauce from some hot peppers in the garden.

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    I FINALLY found and made a chili I really like. It's only taken me 20 years.

    I use ground beef, ground Italian sausage (either hot or mild) in equal parts. Black beans, kidney beans, onion, red bell peppers, garlic, cans of Rotel tomatoes with chilis, some tomato sauce, this incredible mixed chili pepper seasoning i bought at the Spice House in Milwaukee (www.thespicehouse.com). and the secret ingredient? Sweet Baby Rays Honey BBQ sauce to taste. You add JUST ENOUGH of the sauce to give it just a taste of honey BBQ. I like the chili to be hot enough to clear my sinuses and still eat and taste.

    After browning the meats and veggies, throw in the crock put for a couple of hours on high. Check it after an hour or so to see if you need it spicier. Top it off with good cheese and sweet corn bread with jalapeņos!!! I have a recipe for that too!

    No measuring. All to taste, though it does all fiction my 6 qt crock.

    Enjoy!
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