# Homemade chili
Classic Chili Recipe
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Dutch oven chili
The savory aroma of chilies, onions, pinto beans, and spices are filling my entire house this morning. Because today, I am making homemade chili in my large Dutch oven on the burner of my wood stove. Ooh, it smells so good!
No Bean Chili Recipe
No Bean Chili Recipe Easy No Bean Chili Question? Do you refer your chili with beans or not? Me, I really dont care but my wife does so this is why I hade Game Day Chili with no beans. Easy to make, you probably have a lot of the spices already in your cubbords. Enjoy
Award Winning Six Gun Chili. Texas Chili
Award Winning Six Gun Chili. Texas Chili By Cajun Rnewbbq First you start off with putting the 2 packets of seasoning mix into 1 cup of water. Stir that up and put it to the side. Next go ahead and brown off 2 lbs. of ground meat. Transfer that to a Dutch oven. Now pour in 1 can of diced tomatoes, the 1 cup of seasoning mix, and the packet of the six-gun seasoning mix. How much you put in of this will determine how hot the chili gets. Next if you want a thicker chili you can take the last packet and pour that into the chili and stir that up. They recommend 30 minutes, but I always do a min. of 2 hours before I call my chili done.
Happy Trails Chili
Happy Trails Chili By Cajun Rnewbbq First you start off by browning off 2 lbs of ground meat. Then drained the fat and added the meat to a dutch oven. Then added 1 cup of water, 1 can of 16 oz tomato sauce, and the whole package of Happy Trails Chili Mix. Stir it up and I put it on my pellet smoker at 300 degrees for no less than 2 hours. I like a thicker chili. So the longer you cook it the tighter and thicker it gets. After you pull it off the grill give it a few minutes to cool down so you can eat it safely.