Recipe by GETCOOKINAGAIN
"I received this recipe from my sister-in-law's friend and she is from Poland. It has fresh chilies and tomatoes, along with beef and polish sausage. This is a really good, different chili recipe."
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fully cooked Polish sausage or kielbasa, chopped
Anaheim chilies, stemmed, seeded, and chopped
yellow wax peppers, seeded and chopped
jalapeno peppers, seeded and chopped
tomatillos, husked and chopped
distilled white vinegar
1 (4 ounce) jar
chopped pimentos, drained
1 (15 ounce) can
pinto beans, rinsed and drained
1 (15 ounce) can
kidney beans, rinsed and drained
This chili is fabulous! I have a Hungarian wax pepper plant that had three gorgeous peppers on it, and this is the recipe I decided to use them in. I substituted ground turkey breast for the beef and light Polish kielbasa to make this chili really healthy. Also, by mistake, I used Cubanelle peppers instead of Anahiem (although they are almost identical in taste). What also drew me to this recipe was the lack of salt, as we are on a very low sodium diet. I was really nervous because there was no liquid other than the vinegar, but the tomatillos and the tomatoes gave off a lot. The end result was a medium spicy, delicious chili with great flavor! I did sprinkle in some cumin after tasting, but that is just personal preference. Thank you for the recipe!
Made as stated, except I added only 1/3 cup vinegar and still found it to have too much of a vinegar taste. It over-powered the other flavors. I feel this would be better with much less of vinegar or none at all. Definitely different. I brought this to work for a chili cook off and only 2 people really liked it.
I just made this reciepe for a chili cook-off at work, and I ended up winning first prize. This chili has bit of a sweet taste, so I was surprised I won!
This has become one of my favorite recipes. I have made it a couple of times, each experimenting with different peppers or sausage. I have also entered this in to chili cook-offs and won in the unique categories. I give the recipe to anyone that asks and there are quite a few. Thank you for this wonderful recipe.
I was amazed while eating that I didn't need salt, and I salt my tortilla chips. I, too, substituted ground turkey for the ground beef, and used smoked polish sausage. I had to use a poblano for my 4th Anaheim pepper. May try some garden cabbage next time, also. Served with rye bread and drank beer with it. Wonderful recipe.
i ended up buying fewer veggies than the recipe called for. i also added more tomato sauce in the end to make it more soupy. i didn't have to add any salt to the mix, but i liked it that way. i also used kielbasa mixed with turkey for a healthier version. in the end it was delish!!
We followed this recipe exactly as written and won first prize at a New Year's Eve chili cook-off. Thank you for the winning recipe! We heard many people rave over this chili that night!
Really good chili, different flavor. I used turkey kielbasa, habaneros for the Anaheim chiles and skipped the tomatillos (we are not fans of those). This was delicious, although not spicy. Definitely worth trying.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 280
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