I've shown this recipe before but it is good enough to post again and perhaps some of you missed it last time. I never really make it the same way twice so this is a bit different than the last one.

Dice about 6 stalks of celery.

Then two medium onions.

Two green peppers.

And two poblano peppers.

Saute' these in some olive oil.

Add 2 pounds of ground beef.

Three tablespoons of cumin.

Three tablespoons of granulated garlic and 3 tablespoons of onion powder.

Add 4 tablespoons of chili powder. I also added 4 tablespoons of Caboom which you can order online.

Two large cans of crushed tomatoes.

Three cups of tomato juice.

A couple tablespoons of cracked black pepper and 2 teaspoons of salt.

And a few teaspoons of your favorite hot sauce. This is hands down my favorite one....Gator Hammock. It's not too hot but has tons of flavor.

I decided to add some hominy to my chili! It's just a little different touch but very good.

Add a can of drained black beans.

Add a can of pinto and butter beans too.

Stir it around and taste it. Adjust the seasoning.

I thought it needed more of a tomato flavor so I added a can tomato paste. Cover it and place it in a 325 degree oven for an hour or so.

Make some cranberry cornbread. Type it in my search bar to get the recipe.


I like to serve it with shredded cheddar and diced onions. And top it with fresh cilantro.

And serve it with the cornbread!


Anonymous said…
wow, thats some chili, I love the addition of different beans,,, you know I have saw that hot sauce on the Anmerican side,, (when we go cross border shopping) they have it in Glen's Market.I will have to give it a try,, I preferr the taste of peppers but not the blaring hotness.This corn bread is beautiful,, I have never saw it with cranberries but thats sounds wonderful,, would be yummy with cheddar.
Anonymous said…
Looks just as delicious as all Your foo does :-) But nothing with beans in it for me for a while :-) :-)

Have a great day!
Lois said…
You have the sexiest condiments!
I made a batch of this on Friday and it was gone by Sunday. I love the Caboom, but I use a lot more than you. I hate to tell you but only 3 people were eating it. It is goood! I will have to try the Cranberry Cornbread this weekkend for our church soup/chili supper.
brokenteepee said…
I am not a big fan of chili....
Guillaume said…
I love a good chili.
We have a special chili recipe that my hubby and I make in stages. He does part and I do part and neither of us know the other's ingredients. It's fun. Can't believe all the beans you use in yours. WOW. Looks good. And the cranberry bread you serve with it, is going to be scrumptious. Gottta grab your recipe. I LOVE you. You make the best things. Really you do. Take care.
Anonymous said…
I haven't been around when you posted it first I am gald you did it again:)
It won't be long till it's chile time here and I love chile. This one sounds good, except for the hominy-that I don't do!LOL!
trump said…
Oct you have posted one of my most favorite dishes of all time, and your timing is perfect as ive always thought chili is best when its cool outside. And thank you for visiting my blog and for your wonderful comments that you post. Richard