posted on Oct, 26 2016 @ 01:04 PM
This time of year, when the coolness is in the air, we tend to make certain comfort foods more so than others, one of my favorite "comfort" foods to
make is Chili, very spicy HOT Chili, with beans (I use 3, white, black and pinto) and my version has many different meats and peppers, too!
Get ready to make the very Best Chili you have ever had. Ingredients as follows:
You will need these items prepped first. When I make Chili I use a HUGE pot so I have leftovers to last awhile.
Onions - How ever many you want, I use sweet Vidalia (2) and I use a grater to prepare them.
Garlic - I like to take whole cloves and just drop them in, usually 3.
Peppers - Green, Red, Yellow, Jalapeños, Habanaro, Cayenne, Serranos and Sweet Chili.
These all get chopped fine and sauteed in olive oil before being used in the Chili.
The meats I use are varied sometimes, but this recipe will have 7.
Meats - Turkey Sausage, Italian Sausage, Ground Sirloin, Bacon, Veal, Ground Pork and Ground Chicken breast.
All of these get cooked well done with the onions and garlic, cooled off and then chopped chunky style.
Beans - I use 1 cup of each, White (Navy), Black and Pinto, all cooked in a pressure cooker first, together.
The base for the Chili is pureed Roma tomatoes and Beefsteak variety, 2 gallons of water, because my pot is HUGE! I need many tomatoes in my recipe
because I prefer to make my own sauce rather than use the can crap.
I bring the base to a boil first, and then I add 6 eggs. I let them congeal with yolks intact first, then I throw the garlic cloves in, followed by
the pepper concoction I have sauteed, I add a healthy portion of crushed black peppercorns here, then after about 20 minutes I add the meats.
I let this simmer for about 4 hours, stirring occasionally and lastly I add the cooked beans.
I have a lot of patience when I cook because I enjoy the making of a Masterpiece, a fine portrait that requires many steps to complete and the longer
it simmers the better it is, another 2 hours under a low heat simmer will finish this just in time for Sunday Night Football watching MY BOYS kick the