Beer And Garlic Chili

This recipe is HOT, there is certainly enough room for adjustment so you can make it to your own liking and heat level.
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Uploaded by: Jay Mantie


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56d783c93a02   •  29 Sep   •  Report
I made the adjustment so the can sizes are reflected : )
Jay Mantie   •  29 Sep   •  Report
thanks for asking, the smaller size can, usually 14.5 oz, I love, love, love this chili, I hope you do too. I'm a HOT food buff so it certainly has enough heat to it which of course can be adjusted to your own heat preference, enjoy, tis the season
Jay Mantie   •  29 Sep   •  Report
What size can of beef stock?
56d783c93a02   •  29 Sep   •  Report
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Ingredients for 8 servings

2 lbs - ground beef

1 lb - hot sausage

6 cloves garlic - minced

2 habanero peppers (or not)  - minced

2 bell peppers (1 red, 1 green) - diced

1 large onion - finely diced

2 - 15 oz cans - dark red kidney beans drained and rinsed

1 - 15 oz can - negro kidney beans drained and rinsed

4 tbsp - chili powder

1/2 tsp - coriander

2 tsps - hot paprika

salt and fresh ground pepper - to taste

1 tbsp cayenne pepper

2 tbsps - cumin

1 - 28 oz can - diced tomatoes

1 - 6 oz can - tomato paste

3/4 bottle - bock beer

1 - 14.5 oz can - beef stock

2 tsps - brown sugar

1 tsp - cornmeal

masa harina or corn starch if needed for thickening

cheddar cheese, sour cream, chives, cilantro, as preferred for toppings

1 tsp adobo



In a large pot slowly brown the hamburger and sausage together mixing well, do not overcook


Turn off the heat, drain excess grease then mix in the chili powder and some of the beer. Mix together well scraping any of the goods off the bottom of the pan into the mix.


Turn the heat back on low and mix in the garlic, habanero peppers, bell peppers, onion, red kidney beans, negro kidney beans, coriander, paprika, salt and pepper, cayenne, cumin, diced tomatoes, tomato paste, adobo, beef stock and the remaining beer


Cover and simmer for at least an hour


15 minutes before the end of simmering add the cornmeal, brown sugar, and either the Massa Harina or cornstarch if needed for thickening


Serve hot and add desired toppings

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