I love making chili and each time do not follow a recipe but add whatever, whenever. But WOW... this chili seems to have all the right stuff!!! So glad I made this recipe exactly as written. Very good :)
This was so delicious...I can see why it won 2nd place in the chili cook-off...I made your arrachera beef marinade...I used the pressure cooker method...the only negative I could find was it needed lots of attention...where if I had chose the stove top...it would have...we really enjoyed the cilantro cream...thanks for sharing your recipe...
I chopped up all the peppers...and I should have cooked the pork cubes in batches...I didn't so I ended up steaming them instead of browning...we really enjoyed the flavors that were brought out in chili...this is very similar to my pork enchilada recipe...I have leftovers so I'm going to reduce the mixture down to a thick texture and make enchiladas!!! Made for "For Your Consideration" tag game...
What a quick and easy chicken and green chili stew. Full of flavor from the cumin -- reminds me of a green chili stew I make with pork. This stew was even easier because I used rotisserie chicken and I had everything on hand. I always keep cans of mild green chilies on hand as we love them in a multitude of recipes. This stew is really delicious and no one would think it just took a few minutes to make. : )
A great meaty, spicy chili. I also did not add the cornflour, or the sugar, and subbed ground turkey, since that is what we usually eat. Topped it with Greek yogurt and crushed tortilla chips, and served it with corn tortillas on the side. Made for a satisfying meal.
Wowzers!! is this good...the hubby told me it's replacing our old favorite...can't say I blame him...we didn't find it to hot for our liking...this is a keeper and going in my best of 2017 cookbook...yum...made for "Pick Me" tag game...
I am remiss in not reviewing this sooner. I printed out this recipe a couple of months ago and followed to to a "T." Best I've ever made, the crowd loved it, and I've been cooking for going on 40 years. No need to come up with your own recipe, when this lady has the bomb.
This was good, but not spicy enough, and a little too thick for us. I wasn't sure what to do with the rest of the seasoning? Didn't realize the seasoning was for a batch, not just for this recipe. But as it turned out, I ended up dumping the whole batch in after tasting the chili and deciding it needed more spice. As for cooking the dry beans, I have gotten spoiled by using canned beans and don't see any reason to go to all that time and effort, but glad I tried it.
Great Chili, have to love those recipes from back when, this tasted as good as I expected it to be. Into my cookbook along side our family favorite. Looking forward to serving on family weekends. Happy you shared!
Delicious. I made a couple of changes. I used canned kidney beans because we don't care for the beans called "chili beans". (pintos, I think) and I added about 1 cup of beef broth, because we prefer a thinner chili. But otherwise made as directed. The spices were perfect!