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History Of Chili with Original Recipe Recipe

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Ingredients: 3 lb Ground or cubed chuck
1/4 c Oil
1 qt Water
1 t Of Salt or to taste
10 Garlic cloves, chopped
3 oz Chile powder...I like
McCormicks 1 t Ground cumin (comino)
1 t Oregano
1 t Cayene pepper...more or less
1/2 ts Black pepper
1 tb Sugar
3 tb Paprika
3 tb Flour
6 tb Masa (fine ground corn meal)

The first chili recipes appeared in West Te as at the turn of the century. They may have had their origin from old Me ican recipes, but since most cowboys couldn't read...or for that matter, cook very good, chili most probably got it's start due to the availability of spices and other ingredients available in the area. A lot of ingredients available to us now were just not available then. Most chili consisted of beef, cumin, pepper, sugar, paprika, garlic, and masa to thicken. Tomatoes were seasonal and usually not available. Chili powder was not manufactured at the time...They used dried chili's (spanish for peppers)...most west te as cowboys were Me ican. Most of the original chili did not have beans due to the time required to soak and cook them...chuck wagons did not appear til later in history and even then, on most ranches, the cowboy was on his own and didn't have time to watch beans all day. The following recipe is based on the original recipes... CHILI In a large skillet, saute meat in oil until browned. Add water and simmer 1 1/2 to 2 hours. In a small bowl, mi chili powder, salt, garlic, cumin, oregano, cayene pepper, black pepper, sugar and paprika. Add to skillet. Simmer 30 minutes...cooking longer will cause spices to lose flavor. In a small bowl mi flour and masa. Wisk flour masa mi ture into chili...stirring constantly to prevent sticking. Bring mi ture back to simmer until thickened. Remove from heat. Serve over beans, rice, hot dogs, enchiladas, burritos, or eat plain. Cheese (cheddar, longhorn, queso blanco,etc.) goes well on top. Note lack of tomatoes and beans... Give it a try.....KF

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