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  1. 72wilma

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    Baywatcher's real-deal Tex Mex chilli

    This simple recipe makes two different meals. Both are great for cool weather camping.
    Sorry if my measurements seem weird. I'm trying to convert them for you. But if you've ever made chili, you know it's fairly flexible. I never measure ingredients for it. It's always a little different and always good.

    Starting with the Chili-

    1/2kg ground beef
    1- strip of bacon (optional)
    4-5 cans of diced tomatoes (14.5oz/ 411g) fire roasted if available
    1- jar of salsa (24oz/ 680g)
    1- can of tomato paste (6os/ 170g)
    1- bell pepper
    2- onions
    3-4 cloves of garlic
    hot peppers: 1-2 jalapenos is a good start. If you like it extra spicy add more. For a more complex heat add different types of peppers. Habanero, banana, etc,...
    1- packet of chili seasoning or 2-3 tablespoons of chili powder + salt & pepper
    2- cans of beans- kidney, black or both. (14.5oz/ 411g)

    Dice/ mince the onions, peppers, garlic and bacon and put it in a zip-lock bag before you leave. (put 1 of the diced onions in a separate bag for meal #2)
    Brown the beef with the onions, peppers, garlic, bacon and seasoning. (The chili won't taste like bacon, it just lends a nice smoky flavor to the pot.)
    Stir in the tomato paste.
    Stir in the salsa.
    Stir in the tomatoes.
    Set aside approximately 12oz for meal #2. This portion will not have beans added to it.
    Stir beans into the remaining chili.
    Simmer it as long as you can stand it or at least until the tomatoes are cooked well down and not lumpy.
    Serve with crackers. I like a little plain yellow mustard swirled on top.

    Meal #2- Chili Dogs

    Chili dogs are a classic favorite in certain regions of the states, such as New York, Detroit and Chicago. Many Americans have never heard of them and are repulsed by the idea but once they try one everybody loves them. So trust me, these are great, especially with a good beer buzz. Also perfect for hangovers when served with chips and Coke.
    Simmer the remaining beanless chili until it too is all cooked down and saucy.
    Spoon it over grilled hot dogs (in buns, of course)
    Traditionally served with chopped onions (see your remaining separate bag of onions) and mustard.

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    Famous Detroit Hangover Cure
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    Beanless chili sauce is also divine on chips with cheese. (we call them chili-cheese-fries) OMG I'm getting hungry!
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    Dinky's Doncaster Chilli ;)


    12oz Mince

    1 red pepper Choppped

    1 red onion chopped

    2 garlic cloves finley sliced

    2 x 397g/14oz red kidney beans

    2 x 397g/14oz chopped tom's ( cans)

    chopped onion, red pepper, and garlic. Add kidney beanies, chopped toms, tom puree, sweetner, paprika and stir to mix

    Bring to the boil, stiring occasionaly, and cook over a medium heat for around 15mins, Stir in the parsley and season to taste witht eh salt and pepper.

    You could serve straight away or you could leave overnight so that the flavour's have time to develope, then reheat the following day and serve it, AWESOME!!!!!!




    Dog Chilli



    lots of finely sliced onions, as many different beans as i have in the cupboard. good quality british beef, coarsly ground if poss,oxo stock cube, a squirt of heinz bbq sauce, a squirt of tom puree, decent tinned chopped toms.and at the moment blairs beserker hot sauce(ridiculously hot). cooked once, left for a while, then reheated(always tastes best 2nd time round)
    topped with good mature cheddar and a dollop of sour magnolia and served either in a wrap on rice or in a jacket potato
     
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