BBQ FAQ Section 15.3

 

15.3 Chili

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[Does chili taste better when made with smoked meat?]

Ken Haycook--

Yes! The best chili is made with slow-smoked brisket.

Ken Haycook's Award Winning Chili - aka Garden Fresh Chili

Amount

Measure Ingredient Preparation Method

3

pounds smoked beef brisket diced

2

cloves garlic minced

1

teaspoon black pepper

2

tablespoons cumin

1

teaspoon ginger

1

tablespoon red pepper flakes

1

small can tomato paste

1 1/2

cup boiling water

1

medium tomato diced

4

ounce can V8 juice

3/4

cup onion diced

1

tablespoon salt

3

tablespoons chili powder

1

tablespoon paprika

1

tablespoon dry mustard

1

teaspoon oregano

1

large can tomato sauce

1/2

can cheap beer

1

each Jalapeno

Only use Smoked Brisket. Do not use ground beef.

Heat the brisket with a little oil. Drain and remove meat. Sauté onion and garlic in the left over oil. Add all the spices and let everything roast awhile in the pot. Add the beef back to the pot and add the tomato paste, tomato sauce, water, V8 juice, tomato, Jalapeno, and beer. Cover and simmer for 1 hr. Add more beer if chili gets too dry.

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