I'm not a huge fan of tomato based dishes, nor do I care for beans in chili. I was looking for an authentic yet easy version of Chile Colorado (my 2nd favorite to Chile Verde) and this recipe is it! It's truly an authentic dish like you would get a Mexican restaurant. Making the chili "sauce" was really neat - taking dried chilis and turning it into a suace. I actually pureed the chilis in the "soaking" water, making a "sauce" about the consistency of a thick "cream of chicken" soup. I too cut back a little on the beef broth, as I want a really thick sauce. I just took a sneak taste of the sauce - incredible! Thanks for posting the recipe! I know this will be something I will make many more times!
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I'm not a huge fan of tomato based dishes, nor do I care for beans in chili. I was looking...