Your chili sucks

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    You WISH your chili was this god damn good!

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    3 cans Ro-Tel diced tomatoes and green chiles
    1 can Hunts tomato sauce, or similar.
    2 cans dark red kidney beans
    1-2 lbs. ground beef (slightly browned before adding)
    1 Tbsp (or more, as desired) diced fresh jalapenos
    1 Tbsp (or more) diced onion
    1/4 cup diced green bell pepper
    1/2 Tbsp cumin powder
    1/2 Tbsp garlic salt
    1/2 Tbsp sugar

    Mix in crock pot, cook 3 hours on low, eat, cream in pants, go to bed.
     
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    :lol:
    what no venison ? pffft
     
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    On a hot factor scale, where would you rank it?


    It does sound good, I could sub veggie burger crumbles for the cow meat! I do make a mean vegetarian chili, but I may try your recipe!
     
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    those are fightin' words, pauli.
     
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    Hard to say, really. It's not hell's kitchen, but it's pretty hot. You get a nice little bite at first, but it's pretty bareable.

    If you don't like a lot of bite, you could leave out the jalapenos. The ro-tel has enough kick on its own. I personally don't like chili unless you at least make that 'oh my god it's hot' face when you first taste it.

    And dillo, I don't have any venison this year. I haven't hunted myself in quite some time, and the few contacts I had that would hook me up with some over the years, are out of my circle. They're "trouble" acquaintences from my past. I have to live with USDA certified.
     
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    I had a feeling you'd be along, shogun. :D
     
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    Don't forget to buckle-up after dinner... :lol:

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    Just giving ya a bad time since I got to hunt for the first time in years. Got two deer so it's a treat--I'll try your recipe but I can tell right now I'm leaving out the Jalapenos--I like mine a bit spicy but also liek to be able to taste it the whole way through dinner.:lol:
     
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    @ NOBama

    Aww dude, it's SO worth it though.

    The past couple days, I've had tacos one night, crock pot beef stew the next, and now chili.

    The ol' stomach can consider it payback for times in the past when it's caused me grief for no reason.

    @ Dillo

    Trust me, that amount of jalapenos won't ruin it. It's a good little kick for the first minute or two, and then you forget it's even there.
     
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    Charming title to your thread. BTW, how come no chili powder?
     

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