Large mexican cowboy chili

Mexican Cowboy Chili

This Chili won 1st place at the 6th Annual FFLA Chili Bowl in 2017.

Yield: Around 15 pounds
Collections: Bean Beef Chili

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Mexican Cowboy Chili Recipe

Preparation Instructions

Chop Bell Peppers into large chunks
Mince Garlic
Finely Chop Cilantro
Throw sweet corn, bell peppers, onion and garlic into chili pot.
Saute and add salt and pepper.
Cook beef chuck on large skillet. Add salt and pepper when done cooking. Discard grease.
Place meat and cilantro into chili pot once vegetables are cooked.
Drain and and rinse beans. Place all beans into chili pot.
Drain diced tomatoes and place into chili pot.
Mix tomato paste into chili pot.
Finely chop chipotles and pour into chili pot with Adobo Sauce.
Cook on medium for 15 minutes.
Stir in Chili Powder, Chile Con Carne, Paprika, Cumin, Mexican Oregano. Simmer for 2 to 5 hours and stir occasionally.
Squeeze Lime into pot.
Stir Occasionally.
Salt and Pepper about 30 minutes before done.

Yield: Around 15 pounds
Helpful Hints

Top with green onion and sour cream optional. Also serve with tortilla chips.


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1 Comment

Kathy Randall

The deal is to serve this over spaghetti noodles!! Delish