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Are you ready to get started! Don't worry we will take you through step-by-step. It is a very simple recipe.

Chili Ingredients

Chili Ingredients

Chili Ingredients

This recipe calls for:

1 Pound Very Lean Ground Beef

2 Tablespoons Chili Powder

1/2 teaspoon Salt

1/8 teaspoon Garlic Powder

1/8 teaspoon Red Pepper

1 teaspoon Ground Cumin Powder

1 cup Water

Chili Equipment

Chili Equipment

Chili Equipment

For this recipe you will need:

Large Sauce Pan

Measuring Cup

Measuring Spoons

Stirring Spoon

Beef

Beef

First Step: Beef

Place your sauce pan on the burner and put the lean ground beef in it. Don't turn the burner on yet.

Mixing Chili Spices

Mixing Chili Spices

Second Step: Mixing Chili Spices

Now mix the following spices together:

2 Tablespoons Chili Powder

1/2 teaspoon Salt

1 teaspoon Ground Cumin Powder

1/8 teaspoon Garlic Powder

1/8 teaspoon Red Pepper

 

Browning Chili's Beef

Browning Beef

Third Step: Browning Beef

Set your stove burner on medium high and stir the beef until it is slightly browned. Immediately begin to break the beef into small pieces with your spoon.

Adding Chili's Spices

Adding Chili's Spices

Fourth Step: Adding Spice To Chili

Add the spices you just mixed together to the meat.

Stirring Chili

Stirring Chili

Fifth Step: Mixing Chili

Stir this mixture until all the beef is evenly covered with the spices. The picture to the left is what it should not look like.

Adding Water To Chili

Adding Water To Chili

Sixth Step: Adding Water To Chili

Add and stir in:

1 cup water

Once you stir this in, put the lid on your sauce pan and let the chili cook on a low setting for 25 minutes. This slow simmer allows the meat to absorb the blend of spices. Once time is up, skim the grease off.

 

Check on your chili about ten minutes after adding the first cup of water. If it has evaporated, try turning your burner to a lower setting and adding one to two more cups of water.

Chili

Chili

Chili

Now sit down and enjoy your chili! If you would like to freeze your chili go right ahead.  We recommend an air tight container or a freezer zip-lock-bag. Freezing this spicy dish and reheating it later will not effect its taste.

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