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The Best Chili On Earth

Updated on October 2, 2010
Here is truly the best chili on earth for you to make and enjoy.
Here is truly the best chili on earth for you to make and enjoy.

The Best Chili On Earth Recipe

I just simply love Chili both cooking it and eating it. I have been a Chef for over 30 years and I am going to share the recipe here with you for the best chili on earth. Yes it really is that good. Just be sure to slow down and follow the directions and I guarantee you that you and everyone who tastes it will love it. This chili is made with beer. The alcohol in beer cooks away during the cooking time and the beer is there for flavor. If you can't for one reason or another use the beer use the same amount of water.

Over time I keep trying to come up with new tastes and delightful new things to add to my chili recipes. I love country style ribs so one day I was thinking why not add them to a run of chili and see how it turned out. Let me tell you that I have a large cast iron black pot with a lid. It is in this pot that I cook my pork country style ribs to go in my chili. What I do is sprinkle the pork country style ribs with salt and pepper on all sides and then I place them into my cast iron pot. I add 2 cans of Swanson's Chicken Broth to the pot which comes up about halfway on the pork country style ribs. In case you don't know pork country style ribs are boneless with some fat. Do not trim away the fat. The lid fits tightly on my pot and I place the whole pot in a 400 degree pre-heated oven for about 2 hours or until the pork country style ribs are done.

Now what you will want to do is remove your cooked boneless pork ribs from your pot once done and allow them to cool. Once they are cool place them on a cutting board and chop them up into bite size pieces. Place in a bowl and set aside. These boneless pork ribs are going to help you make the best chili on earth. Just follow the below recipe.

For Your Best Chili On Earth Recipe You Will Need.

1. One Large Pack Of Pork Boneless Pork Ribs cooked by the above instructions.

2. Two Pounds Lean Ground Beef.

3. One Pound Ground Pork.

4. Two Large Cans Pinto Beans.

5. Two Large Cans Black Beans.

6. Two Large Cans White Beans.

7. One Cup Fine Chopped Purple Sweet Onion.

8. One Cup Fine Chopped Celery.

9. One Cup Fine Chopped Green Bell Pepper.

10. Four 16 Ounce Beers. , Use regular beer not dark beer.

11. Two 28 Ounce Cans Diced Tomatoes.

12. Two 6 Ounce Cans Tomato Paste.

13. Two Tablespoons Powdered Cumin.

14. One Fourth Cup Of Chili Powder.

15. One Tablespoon Ground Cayenne Pepper.

16. One Fourth Cup Of Dry Taco Seasoning.

You will need a very large stock pot to make this chili recipe in.

You will want to start by browning your hamburger meat , the ground pork and your celery , onions , and green pepper in a large skillet. You will want to cook it over low heat and stir often. Be sure that you keep the heat low and that you stir often so nothing sticks or burns.

You will want to cook your meat until it is brown and once your meat is brown and the vegetables are done drain away any excess liquid.

Now to a large stock pot add all your ingredients including the pork boneless country ribs that you prepared by the above instructions. Stir with a large cooks spoon to be sure that all your ingredients are well mixed together.

Now you want to bring the heat up slowly under your stock pot. You never want your pot to boil but you want it to almost come to a boil. Once you have your pot of chili at almost a boil reduce the heat to medium and stir often.

Continue to cook your pot of chili over medium heat for about two hours until all your ingredients cook and start to come together well. If at any point your chili becomes to thick for you add a cup of chicken broth one at a time until the consistency is what you want.

You will end up with a very rich tasty chili that I guarantee you that everyone is going to love. What I suggest you do is set up a mini buffet bar with the below items and let people add what they want to their bowl of chili at the table.

1. Guacamole

2. Sour Cream.

3. Chopped Chives.

4. Fresh Sliced Jalapenos.

5. Black Olives.

6. Fine Diced Purple Sweet Onion.

7. Scoops Nacho Chips.

8. Shredded Cheddar Cheese.

9. Shredded Four Cheese Mexican Cheese.

Just set up a mini buffet of the above items and let people add what they want to their own bowl of chili.

You probably noticed I did not add salt or pepper to the recipe except for when I was cooking the boneless pork country ribs. This is all I think there needs but you can add more if you like. Its important that this chili gets cooked down until it is thick but not to thick. If you get it to thick you can thin it with chicken broth. Be sure to use chicken broth and not water.

I like to serve captains wafer crackers with my finished chili as I think they go wonderful with this chili but Mexican Corn Bread will work great also. If you do use Mexican Corn Bread cut a small square and put it in the bottom of a bowl. Put a large scoop of your chili over the Mexican Corn Bread and then let people add what else they want to add to their chili from the list above.

Thank you very much for taking the time to read my Hub Page on the best chili on earth. Please post your comments or questions below. I hope you make the chili and I hope you enjoy it.

(C) October 2010
(C) October 2010
Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost is an award winning Chef who has been a Chef for over thirty years at some of Florida's finest restaurants.
Thomas Byers aka Crazyhorsesghost is an award winning Chef who has been a Chef for over thirty years at some of Florida's finest restaurants. | Source

Please post your comments or questions about the best chili on earth now. And thanks for reading my hub page.

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    • Austinstar profile image


      8 years ago from Somewhere near the center of Texas

      This chili does sound good. I doubt I could ever get enough people together to eat such a large amount of chili as cattle drives went out of style long ago. Also, Texans do not put beans in their chili, so I could cut down the volume that way. The beer is a nice touch.

      Thanks for the recipe!

    • lyjo profile image


      8 years ago

      This sounds a fairly good cook myself, I can tell by the ingredients & slow cooking that this will be awesome....Thanks


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