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I've been having a craving for chili lately so here i go. This is with some pulled beef and pulled pork.I added

two cans of fire roasted maters and a can of habanero rotel along with one each red and white kidney bean.

Two packs of some chili fixins and two tbs of my chile arbol powder. I then added some mezzeta habanero

sauce, some pico pica hot sauce. It still wasn't kicking enough for me so I added some of this. Thanks Miami

Rick. I finally started to sweat a little. I made this in the crock pot since the meat was already smoked. 

 

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I love me some chili that looks real good.. that hot sauce looks real good to i love hot sauces.

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Now that looks like a pot of chili I could just dive right into. But I would have to lose the beans chilli's not suppose to habe beans in it. But thats my way.

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The chili looks great but you can hold that hot sauce on mine lol it doesnt even look purdy, looks like it hurts is it supposed to be brown? uhhgg

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Originally Posted by mballi3011 View Post

Now that looks like a pot of chili I could just dive right into. But I would have to lose the beans chilli's not suppose to habe beans in it. But thats my way.


Beans or not, that's the question? Sometime's I make it with, sometimes not. I dont think Ive made a chili the same way since my BBQ restaurant days. That's like the lost chord for me, always searching.
 

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The chili looks great but you can hold that hot sauce on mine lol it doesnt even look purdy, looks like it hurts is it supposed to be brown? uhhgg


Ya that's what it's supposed to look like, I have four different kinds from the same company and all different looking. I'm a chili stunt man, don't try this at home.  Habs come in different colors and one is a chocolate color which I think this is.
 

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