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post #21 of 31
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Re: SoFlaQuer's Chili Verde

Glad you enjoyed it, Cajun! It's gettin' about that time of year where a good bowl of my Chili, hit's the spot.

In fact, I need to use up the Brisket and Pork I've big Christmas Barbeque is getting close and I'll have a few pounds left over from the 100 lbs, that'll be hittin' the spit! It might be a Chili weekend!

post #22 of 31
what if i wanted to make half a batch. any idea on amounts for that?
post #23 of 31
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Re: SoFlaQuer's Chili Verde


The obvious answer is to cut all the ingredients in half. I'm sure you'll enjoy it!

post #24 of 31
yeah, jeff, i thought of that, but i also know that that doesn't always work out right.
post #25 of 31
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Re: SoFlaQuer's Chili Verde


There's no ingredient, that I'm aware of, that would alter the finished product but cutting them all by 1/2.

post #26 of 31
ooh i missed that 1- sounds like(what we call it) chiles sabinal- same recipe just from a different town in texas..their claim to fame was johnny rodrigues(the singer) got arrested for stealing a goat....
post #27 of 31
for the 1lb of green chiles- is that jalapenos you are talking about?
post #28 of 31

That's not what he's talking about. Go to Google Images, and enter "green chiles". Click on the first image or use the link below. It goes to and explains about the different types of chiles, heats, etc.

Gotta try that recipe. Smoky Okie style brisket otta put it over the top, for sure... &tbnid=4oTQBJyEfOrR7M:&tbnh=124&tbnw=113&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dgreen%2Bchiles%26gbv%3D2%26svnum%3D10 %26hl%3Den%26sa%3DG
post #29 of 31
This is the grand-daddy. Check out the recipe section. You have to be a regional winner AND be invited...just to qualify.
post #30 of 31
ahhh, anaheim peppers is what i should have got. for the red chiles, i got red fresno peppers- only red peppers H.E.B. carries. i didn't see any anaheims or poblanos. i haven't seen any hatch peppers in a few weeks either. lots of fresh jalapenos, serranos, habeneros, and red fresno peppers. i will go to the mexican store down the street from me and see what they have. thanks for the link.
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