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Super Sunday Beef Chili
Festive Mexican Corn Bread
Here's a wonderful recipe for Festive Mexican Corn Bread to go with your Super Sunday Beef Chili and Texas Veggie Slaw.
1. 1/2 Cup Fine Diced Purple Sweet Onion.
2. 1/4 Cup Fine Diced Red Bell Pepper.
3. 1/4 Cup Fine Diced Yellow Bell Pepper.
4. 2 Cups Whole Kernel Corn.
5. 1 Cup Butter.
6. 4 Cups All Purpose Plain Flour.
7. 2 Cups Yellow Cornmeal.
8. 2 Teaspoons Baking Powder.
9. 2 Teaspoons Baking Soda.
10. 1/4 Cup Sugar.
11. 1 Teaspoon Salt.
12. 2 Cups Buttermilk.
13. 6 Large Eggs.
14. 1 Four Ounce Can Green Chilies.
Mix all of the above ingredients in a large mixing bowl and mix very well. You will want to bake your cornbread in a large baking pan or in paper muffin cups in a muffin pan in a preheated 375 degree oven. This Festive Mexican Cornbread is so tasty and delicious. And goes excellent with the Super Sunday Beef Chili.
Texas Veggie Slaw Recipe
Here's a really delicious recipe for Texas Veggie Slaw and it goes wonderful with Super Sunday Beef Chili and Festive Mexican Cornbread.
1. 1/2 Cup Olive Oil.
2. 6 Tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar.
3. 2 Tablespoons Sugar.
4. 2 Teaspoons Celery Seed.
5. 1 Teaspoon Sea Salt.
6. 1 Teaspoon Black Pepper.
7. 1 Head Cabbage Shredded Up Fine.
8. 1 Small Head Red Or Purple Cabbage Shredded Up Fine.
9. 1 Cup Very Thinly Sliced Purple Sweet Onion.
Mix all your ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. Then place in a large plastic bowl with lid and place in the refrigerator overnight before you serve with your Festive Mexican Cornbread and Super Sunday Beef Chili.
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Super Sunday Beef Chili Recipe
Most people agree that chili originated in Texas as a way to cook less tender cuts of meat. The very first chili powder was probably made by a chuck-wagon cook while feeding cowboys around 1850. And from there chili powder has evolved into a multi million dollar business. And a great amount of it is made in Texas and Mexico.
Until the 1930s Chili was sold by chili queens from colorful wagons on the plaza in San Antonio. On a funny note men who got out of prison in Texas would write back to the prison asking for the chili recipe because they missed eating the chili so bad. And by the 1930s there was a chili parlor in almost every town in Texas. And from there chili and the various recipes for it spread all over the United States and now chili is served all over the world.
And one thing a lot of people forget is that the garnishes served with the chili is almost as important as the chili. Below is a list of great garnishes to serve with your chili.
2. Finely Diced Avocado.
3. Sour Creme.
4. Finely Diced Sweet Onions.
5. Chopped Fresh Tomatoes.
6. Fine Chopped Fresh Cilantro.
7. Wedges Of Lime.
8. Diced Bell Peppers.
9. Diced Or Sliced Jalapenos.
10. Grated Or Shredded Cheddar Cheese.
And those are 10 of the most popular garnishes for chili. Just serve your garnishes up in small bowls and allow your guests to pick and choose the garnishes for their chili. Serve your chili with Festive Mexican Corn Bread and Texas Veggie Slaw and your guests will be sure to thank you for the wonderful food and are sure to ask you for the recipes for these wonderful dishes.
I call this Chili Recipe I am about to share with you Super Sunday Beef Chili. It's a real hearty chili that everyone is sure to love and when accompanied by the garnishes , festive Mexican corn bread and Texas Veggie Slaw you have everything you need for a wonderful chili feast.
For Your Super Sunday Beef Chili You Will Need.
1. 8 Dried Chili Peppers trimmed of stems and the seeds removed diced fine.
2. 4 Pound Course Ground Ground Chuck , browned and drained well.
3. 2 Pound Ground Pork , browned and drained well.
4. 4 15 Ounce Cans Pinto Beans.
5. 1 Cup Fine Diced Green Bell Peppers.
6. 1 Cup Diced Purple Sweet Onion and be sure to dice it up fine.
7. 2 Tablespoons Fresh Minced Garlic.
8. 1/4 Cup Olive Oil.
9. 3 Tablespoons Sweet Paprika.
10. 2 Tablespoons Dried Parsley.
11. 2 Tablespoons Dried Ground Cumin.
12. 1 Tablespoon Allspice.
13. 1/4 Cup Chili Powder.
14. 1 Tablespoon Oregano.
15. 1 28 Ounce Can Diced Tomatoes.
16. 1 6 Ounce Can Tomato Paste.
First of all soak your trimmed and seeded dried chili peppers in water for 30 minutes using just enough water to cover them then puree until very fine in a blender. Pour the water with the pureed chili peppers into a large stock pot that you are going to cook your chili in.
Brown your ground chuck and your ground pork and drain well and add to the stock pot.
Now in a large skillet add your oil , bell peppers , onion and garlic and cook until tender and slightly brown. Add to your stock pot including any drippings in the skillet.
Now add all the rest of your ingredients to the stock pot and bring to a boil. Once your stock pot is boiling reduce your heat to low and allow to cook at least two hours. You will find that as your chili is cooking it will tighten up and get thicker. You will end up with a rich delicious chili that everyone is sure to love.
If you make this recipe for chili please post a comment below and let me know how the chili turned out for you. Also if you have questions feel free to post them and I will try to post a answer to your question as soon as possible. I hope everyone enjoys the recipes on this hub page and that you find them delicious.