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lsugrad35
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Crockpot Chili

Anyone want to share a good recipe with me? This cold weather has me in the mood for some chili. Thanks to those who participate.


Tommy Patel
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TorNation
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Would the recipe be different than chili cooked in pot on the stove?


Tommy Patel
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Would the recipe be different than chili cooked in pot on the stove


compare the process for a stockpot and for a crockpot, looks like you have more room for fluid expansion in a stockpot, where as you may need to choose your ingredients moisture content more carefully for the slow cooker.


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TreyAnastasio
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Crock Pot Dad’s Famous No-Bean Chili with pics


I think he was looking for a chili recipe.


TIGRLEE
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Brown meat
Throw in 2alarm chili kit.

You people make this chili cooking way too hard.


Tommy Patel
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I think he was looking for a chili recipe


that's what the link above the pic was for


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gjackx
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Crock Pot Dad’s Famous No-Bean Chili with pics

Looks good, just needs some beans.


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Jibbajabba
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I tried 2alarm the other day for the first time at this boards recommendation. It was meh. My favorite "kit" chili is still the mccormick hot chili packet. Did I miss something with tje two alarm chili kit? I made it exactly by the recipe on the box.


TIGRLEE
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Idk ...it makes the best chili I've ever eaten
I do add can red kidney beans and a can of diced tomatoes to mine.

If you need to, cut an onion and or pepper up brown with meat.


lsugrad35
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Yea you gotta have some beans. Thats the best part.


Dannunzio
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You really don't have to have beans. I used to would argue this point with you, but chili sans beans can be great. Same as gumbo without okra. It's not necessary really.


TIGRLEE
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Ive never added a peiece of okra to the 100s of pots of gumbos Ive made.
Never will.

I like okra fried.
Or perhaps in a good bloody mary.


Dannunzio
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I hear ya. Me neither. I have, however, had pickled okra in my bloody mary's.


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JohnZeroQ
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If you need to, cut an onion and or pepper up brown with meat
A can of Rotel works well too. Maybe try half ground pork or half ground beef OP?


merrymex
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Is it just me or does the second posters picture have beans? I hope those are beans......oh and McCormick original chili mix FTW
This post was edited on 1/16 at 9:54 pm


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jamboybarry
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I tried 2alarm the other day for the first time at this boards recommendation. It was meh. My favorite "kit" chili is still the mccormick hot chili packet. Did I miss something with tje two alarm chili kit? I made it exactly by the recipe on the box.


I use it and it's pretty good. Add a can of rotel, a can of beans and substitute beer for the water

I also use stew meat and cook it in a separate pot for about 2 hours in beef broth and a few chipotle peppers

delish


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Tommy Patel
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You really don't have to have beans. I used to would argue this point with you, but chili sans beans can be great


I agree, I put beans in mine because they are cheap and it stretches the chilli to a few more servings, plus the added fiber does not hurt.


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TreyAnastasio
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but chili sans beans can be great


Im sure it tastes fine. Its just not chili.


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