I like Italian sausage in mine. Sometimes I use the spicy sausage and other times the mild. Photo credit, Wikipedia Creative Commons by Carstor.
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My gosh that sounds so good. Beef chuck has such a great flavor and I bet the masa adds more flavor also. I will have to try this recipe. Thanks Old-Empresario.
Got the recipe from epicurious,com and it's amazing. During the time it's simmering before you chill it and add the masa, you can taste it. You may want to just eat it as-is without the masa and tomato paste. My favorite!
Awesome.! Thank you so much.
Sounds like a great chili, Rachel. The salsa and extra chili sauce must really perk it up. Thanks.
That sounds good, Kathleen. Thanks.
Hi MizB. A favorite brand really makes a difference. I also stick with the brand I like. Thanks for commenting.
OMGosh, Lisa - I never heard of anyone using pumpkin in their chili recipe. I bet it does give it a nice thick texture. And a touch of cinnamon probably adds a subtle mystery to the taste. Thanks for commenting.
Wow - I never heard of anyone using cocoa powder in their chili recipe. Thanks for answering, hubsy.
I love bella mushrooms, but never tried them in chili. I bet it is good.
Very interesting recipe, MsLizzy. It is not chili con carne, though. I think I would like the corn, but not the bulgar wheat. Thanks for commenting.
Actually, the wheat is very mild, and takes on whatever flavors you add with spices, etc. The texture ends up much like crumbled ground beef. In fact, I also use this mix in my enchiladas; people don't believe they're vegetarian!
Hi dorbledog. I bet it is good with shredded beef. Thanks for commenting.