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Making Chili advice

Postby Tzan » Sat Jan 18, 2014 6:33 pm

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1 cast iron frying pan
1 lb of hamburg meat
1 can of tomato paste (12 oz)
1 can of kidney beans (28 oz)
Chili powder to taste add one teaspoon at a time, 2 table spoons+ total is good.

cook meat + chili powder
add paste + chili powder
add beans + chili powder
lower heat to 25% on an electric range + chili powder
stir every 30 minutes to prevent sticking and burning + chili powder
add water if its too thick + chili powder
cook for 2 hours or more + chili powder
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby samuelzz10 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 6:41 pm

Tzan wrote:1 cast iron frying pan
1 lb of hamburg meat
1 can of tomato paste (12 oz)
1 can of kidney beans (28 oz)
Chili powder to taste add one teaspoon at a time, 2 table spoons+ total is good.

cook meat + chili powder
add paste + chili powder
add beans + chili powder
lower heat to 25% on an electric range + chili powder
stir every 30 minutes to prevent sticking and burning + chili powder
add water if its too thick + chili powder
cook for 2 hours or more + chili powder

I sometimes get some oil and put in a pound of meat to make burritos.
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Tzan » Sat Jan 18, 2014 6:45 pm

You put a pound of meat into oil and out comes burritos?
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Ham701 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 6:59 pm

Tzan wrote:You put a pound of meat into oil and out comes burritos?


No, it doesn't work like that. Sam got them mixed up. You put in a pound of oil and some meat, then burritos!
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Silverdream » Sat Jan 18, 2014 7:10 pm

I thought you pounded your oiled meat into a burrito.
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby samuelzz10 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 7:27 pm

lol wtf
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Overwatch_Elite » Sat Jan 18, 2014 8:23 pm

I personally pound my meat til it's raw and then put it into a burrito.
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Kalvinator » Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:28 am

Tzan wrote:1 cast iron frying pan
1 lb of hamburg meat
1 can of tomato paste (12 oz)
1 can of kidney beans (28 oz)
Chili powder to taste add one teaspoon at a time, 2 table spoons+ total is good.

cook meat + chili powder
add paste + chili powder
add beans + chili powder
lower heat to 25% on an electric range + chili powder
stir every 30 minutes to prevent sticking and burning + chili powder
add water if its too thick + chili powder
cook for 2 hours or more + chili powder


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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Overwatch_Elite » Sun Jan 19, 2014 8:21 am

Um I understand eating their parents might make them mad but what will ingesting their pubes accomplish?
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Kalvinator » Mon Jan 20, 2014 11:29 am

No, you feed it to them.

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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Kommander Ken » Wed Jan 22, 2014 7:02 pm

All these innuendos are making me not to want chili ever again.
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Silent-sigfig » Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:22 am

I find it best to brown the meat and drain the fat prior to putting the other ingredients in.
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Kalvinator » Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:27 am

Silent-sigfig wrote:I find it best to brown the meat and drain the fat prior to putting the other ingredients in.


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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Tzan » Wed Jan 29, 2014 2:09 pm

In the olden days my parents didn't drain fat, we saved it.
You used it as you would use cooking oil today.

I never saved fat. But you don't really want to pour it down the drain either.

When I made this I bought the 80/20% fat variety.
After cooking the meat, there wasn't really as much fat as I thought there would be, so I kept it in the pan.
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Re: Making Chili advice

Postby Silent-sigfig » Wed Jan 29, 2014 3:43 pm

Tzan wrote:In the olden days my parents didn't drain fat, we saved it.
You used it as you would use cooking oil today.

I never saved fat. But you don't really want to pour it down the drain either.

When I made this I bought the 80/20% fat variety.
After cooking the meat, there wasn't really as much fat as I thought there would be, so I kept it in the pan.


I save the fat for proper disposal. that shit clogs drains.
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