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Rob,
this was a great idea and a lot of fun to follow. You did a great job keeping track of it and we are eating better at my house because of it.

Thanks.

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Originally Posted by rob p
October Recipe Duck911


But the Chili was UNBELIEVABLE!

It was a wholesome, think, beef chili. BEEF, and CHILI. And the beef was smokey, charred, tasty stuff, not ground beef.


First, the real secret is to grill the beef. I use london broil or top round, but the truth of the matter is, just about any steak works because it gets cooked down and tenderized in the chili. I made this with a tri-tip roast last spring and it was fantastic.

All measurements approximate, and to taste:

2-3 lbs seasoned grilled beef, cubed into 1/2" chunks
3 cans beef broth
1 diced white onion
3 to 4 crushed cloves fresh garlic (to taste)
5 T. (regular) Chili powder
2-3 T. Ancho Chili powder
1 t. smoked paprika (important to get the smoked paprika!)
1/2 t. (regular) paprika
2 t. cumino
1 1/2 t. oregano
Salt, to taste
Pepper, to taste

That's it! Add the beef and all ingredients and boil down until the desired thickness is reached. If the chili reduces before it's come together and the beef is tender, add a touch of water and continue to boil. I have also crock-potted this all day while at work and it worked well too.

Enjoy


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Great job of putting all the recipes together, Rob... you ARE "da man"!!!

I fancy myself a "chili expert" and when I looked at this (see above) chili recipe, the first thing that "hit" me was there was NO MENTION of GARLIC in the ingredients list for this "chili"... and only one little ol' onion in "2-3 lbs" of meat.

I'm not suggesting the author is wrong, I'm merely questioning how it could be THAT "good" and not have garlic or "enough" onions in the chili !

I can see that grilling the meat would have a tasty effect on the chili's flavor, but in my mind, a Pot-O-Red can't be MADE without PLENTY of onions and lotsa garlic.

Is it possible you may have forgotten to put the garlic in the ingredients list, Rob?

HELP !~!~! smile


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And I just ate breakfast, ummmmm good.

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Oh my god does this look good.


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looks good..
want to try this recipe one of this days.

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thanks rob for sharing this ~~~`

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2012 deer roast...

worchester, red cooking wine, olive oil. Sear roast, inject the prior, cook slow in dutch oven with more worchester winw and olive oil in pot, for 3 hours low heat.


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We should fire this back up again. Might also be a good idea to treat this sticky as a recipe book so we don't all have to search for recipes each time.

Or maybe we start a new sticky recipe thread/book!

Hey rob if you're lurking would that be okay with you?

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Save yourself all that trouble of typing and reading. Just dial eleven numbers and talk to me. I will school you. grin wink

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Taking my ball and going home. eek

But I will call both of y'all just to make sure you're up to speed on my great idea!!


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Originally Posted by byc

Or maybe we start a new sticky recipe thread/book!

Hey rob if you're lurking would that be okay with you?

David


I am sure it would be okay with him !

So when are you starting the thread ?

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errrr.....I have to do everything around here!! wink


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Originally Posted by byc
errrr.....I have to do everything around here!! wink


Absapalutely ! grin

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ok but you're in charge!! a'ite?


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Originally Posted by byc
ok but you're in charge!! a'ite?


a'ite.... grin

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