Chili…with healthy grass fed beef.
I like this version
…close to mine? Well…close enough. I’ll just add my photos. If you follow me, you know I’m not one for having recipes in writing. Besides, it varies depending on what’s in my pantry anyway.
Chili…it’s one of those personal things, with too many variations to list. It can be a family traditional taste thing, a regional thing and/or a health thing. Like I only buy good quality grass fed meat.
My son’s is strictly top sirloin, NO BEANS & too spicy hot for me! He uses multiple chillies and peppers, including ghost peppers. So when he makes chili…I make my own.
It’s what I had…
Every morning my granddaughter leaves me a gift…BACON grease 😀
So why not Saute onions in that?
Ever since I bought this paste…I put it in everything that calls for garlic…
When I don’t have homemade, I use Cento
.Can you spot my secret ingredient?
Here’s a big hint 😉
I JUST learned about the following FARM this morning! And it’s right nearby!
SO CUTE!!!! ♡
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Disclaimer: I am not a food blogger. Even though I post lots of recipes on this site, Food Blogger is not in my title. I am apologizing in advance for my lack of pictures on this recipe. When I start cooking I often get caught up in what I am doing and forget to take pictures.
I have gotten to the comfort level in my cooking that I no longer “follow” recipes. Sure I still look them up for ideas, but that is usually as far as it goes. This past week I made a super easy ground beef chili. I could have called it Kitchen sink chili, because nearly everything went in it besides the kitchen sink.
East Ground Beef Chili:
- 2 lbs Zweber Farms ground beef
- 1 onion diced
- 2 jalapeno peppers
- 1 chili pepper
- 3 cloves garlic minced
- 10 ripe plum tomatoes sliced
- 2 cups dry red kidney or black beans soaked
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