Discussion in 'Food & Wine' started by drifter, Sep 8, 2017.
Give me your recipe.
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Sorry what was this thread about again?
Now were I to do that and also think I make the best chili, I would no longer be able to make that claim, for with my recipe, you (others) could make the very same chili I do. LOL
The reality is that for the most part, I make chili the same way "everyone" does, but I use one technique and a few ingredients that I have yet to find others use. Quite simply, I'm not sharing with you they are. LOL
I will share that Gordon Ramsay's chilli recipe is the closest to mine that I've seen. The two differ in that I exchange certain of his ingredients for similar but different ones and I add some ingredients that do not appear in his. I've tried his recipe and it's "slammin' good," but I nonetheless prefer the flavor profile of mine just a tiny bit better and I prefer the added heat in my recipe.
FWIW, I've "flexed" my recipe to use a variety of main proteins including: venison, boar, buffalo, ostrich, duck and goose, veal and alligator. Of the fowl, I like ground ostrich best, but there's nothing wrong with ground duck or goose.
I have several chili recipes, depending on my audience. I use both ground meat (whatever is available: moose, caribou, dall sheep, bear, goat, etc.) and stewed, shredded meat. Heat depends on whether my guests suffer heartburn, or not. Give me some hints...
My chili is the most consistent in the world!
Easy to make too!
I'm guessing you have a taste for Alpo?
I can't lie...my chili sucks the cats ass.
I use lots of chili powder, garlic pressed, onions diced, peppers ground, can o' tomato sauce and can o' diced tomatoes(notice I pronounced it differently) (no spelling error so stay away from it or else)..I guess you'll need some meat, in a nice way...Add salt pepper if you please.....Sometimes grated cheese added and let it melt...Since I usually always make frito pie with it, topped with more hot peppers...
That hotdog sauce is a real explosive diarrhea inducer..
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