Recipe by KIKI810
"My Daddy, 'born and bred' in Texas, came up with this recipe and the name for it. It took some convincing, but I got him to allow me to share the recipe. We love it and hope you do to. Enjoy!!"
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beef stew meat, or coarse ground chili beef
garlic, finely chopped
ground red chile pepper
mild chili powder
sweet Hungarian paprika
dried Mexican oregano
3 (10 ounce) cans
1 (6 ounce) can
fresh jalapeno peppers
masa harina flour
I researched chili recipies on this site and found this one that I especially liked. We were having a Chili cook-off at church and I wanted to enter. I made this recipe exactly as it is written and I won 1st place. I was so excited. I was totally honest and told them where I found the recipe and the name of it. I won a little chili pepper cowboy. Thanks for the great recipe: everyone at church wants it. This chili had the most outstanding taste of any chili I had ever eaten.It isn't too hot either; just right. Thanks again!!! I will make it over and over!
Way too hot!
I've always heard that when having a party, never try a new recipe. Well, I'm glad I went out on a limb to risk trying this chili for the first time for a New Year's Eve party my husband and I had. I followed it to the letter, and thought the beef was going to be too tough to eat when it was done (the cubes were cut by the butcher and were quite large). As it cooked, however, the meat got very tender and all of the spices and the rest of the ingredients melded together for one of the best chilis I've ever had!
Thanks for posting this one--and thank daddy for us! It's a keeper!
This was amazing! It had a wonderful smoky flavor- not too tomatoey. I made it with stew meat (beef chuck cut into small pieces so it wasn't too tough) and no beans. I wasn't sure what type of mild chili powder/ground chile to use, so I used some ground New Mexico chiles (rather than the store-brand chili powder that already has the cumin and garlic mixed in) and just a little cayenne (not the full amount of ground red chile pepper that the recipe calls for) and it was plenty spicy with a fantastic flavor. I also did not add the full amount of flour as it was plenty thick, but the masa also added a very nice flavor. Goes very well with Amusement Park Cornbread from this site.
OK folks, I've Judged chili contests and have a number of chili recipes that I use for contests and gatherings. I made this recipe for an Engagement Party last night and had numerous compliments. Three adjustments I made, double the cumin, increased the jalapenos to 1 and 1/2 and finely chopped them and cooked it for 3hrs. The increased cooking time took the meat from OK to melt in your mouth tender and the consistancy required no masa. No one had less than two bowls. Great recipe for those that don't like beans. Thanks "Daddy"
Yum! Nice and spicy, but not over the top. Great flavor. One of the best chilis I've had. I scaled to use 2 lbs. beef, and used lean ground beef. Here are the minor changes I made: I added a bit of liquid smoke, used V8 instead of tomato sauce, used regular paprika, left out the jalapenos, and didn't need the flour as I just estimated the water. I added a little ground black pepper, forgot the oregano, and cooked in a crock pot on low for several hours instead of simmering, for convenience's sake. Also--I'm Texan and agree about the "no beans" rule, but my waistline disagrees so I added one can of ranch beans and one can of kidney beans, drained but not rinsed. My husband loved it, said he could eat it every week. It was too spicy for the kids. Thanks for a great recipe!
Very good chili!
It has been unusually Cold in So Cal. lately and I needed a warm chili to warm up my family. We loved this! I used beer in place of the H2O since there is more flavor in beer. I also cut up skirt steak and Yes, I added beans too! My hubby Loves beans so he gets them:) I used a couple different ground chilies for this and the longer it sat, the hotter and Better it got! I made some toasted sourdough garlic bread to round out the meal. Thank you KiKi I will for sure make this again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Daddy's 'If They'da had This at the Alamo we would'ha WON!' Texas Chili
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 538
** Calories from Fat: 343
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