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Beefy Chili Recipe Wanted

CP92
CP92 Posts: 307
edited October 2015 in Soups, Stews, Chilis
I'm looking for a "beefy" chili recipe. I plan on using brisket, but I've only ever made a tomato based chili and I want something heartier. I hesistate to use this as an example, but something along the lines of Hormel chili. I also like beans in my chili. I know some are averse, but it's my story and I tell it like I want :)

Thanks,
Chris
Chris
LBGE
Hughesville, MD

Comments

  • JRWhitee
    JRWhitee Posts: 5,678
    You won't go wrong with this one, the giardiniera  an be optional but gives it a good kick if you can find it. I smoked the brisket a day in advance and refrigerated it which made it much easier to cut into small cubes. This recipe has won a couple chili cook offs. If you want it meatier use a larger brisket.
                                                                
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  • clweed
    clweed Posts: 70
    JRWhitee said:
    You won't go wrong with this one, the giardiniera  an be optional but gives it a good kick if you can find it. I smoked the brisket a day in advance and refrigerated it which made it much easier to cut into small cubes. This recipe has won a couple chili cook offs. If you want it meatier use a larger brisket.
    I just found my next chili recipe, thanks for the recipe!
  • CP92
    CP92 Posts: 307
    Thanks so much, @JRWhitee I'll give it a try and let you know how it comes out. 
    Chris
    LBGE
    Hughesville, MD