I take 2 or 3 small red chili peppers, cut the green part off, cut the red pepper longitudinally and take out the seeds. Then i chopp it as small as possible. I chopp a head of garlic in small pieces as well. I pour it all into a small glass container, add salt, pepper, vinegar and some olive oil and let it rest for a couple of hours. The older, the hotter. If you like spicy food, this is it. Now if you want to add it to some tomato sauce and fried ground beef, you can have a nice chili sauce to make chili con carne -of course, adding the beans as well.
Um...chili sauce is a condiment that has nothing to do with chili con carne. Maybe there's one recipe out there somewhere that requires a teeny bit of chili sauce, but it's not commonly used in chili at all.