*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
 
                              DEADMAN'S CHILI
 
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 Serving Size  : 6    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Beef                             Chili
                 Spicy/hot
 
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
 --------  ------------  --------------------------------
    2 1/2   lb           Coarse ground beef chuck
      1/4   c            Green &/or red Bell pepper
                         -(leaner the better)
    6                    Cloves garlic minced
    1       lb           Coarsely chopped &
                         -boned beef
      1/4   c            Masa harina (fine yellow
                         -cornmeal}
    3       c            Stewed chopped tomatos
    1 1/2   c            Tomato paste
    4       tb           Chili powder
    6                    Whole Jalapeno peppers
    1 1/2   ts           Cayenne flakes
    1 1/2   ts           Salt
    4       tb           Ground cumin (freshly ground
    1       tb           Blackstrap molasses
    3       md           Onions coarsely chopped
   12       oz           Beer (not lite)
    1       t            Angostura Bitters
    2       oz           Tequila
    4       oz           Sour mash whiskey
    3                    Bay leaves
 
   Cook meat, 1 clove of garlic and 1 onion together. Mix all other
   ingredients except 1 Tbslpsn of cumin together and pour over meat in
   a  large pot. Bring slowly to a boil and stir continously until
   boiling. Cook  at a boil for 10 minutes and then lower heat to Medium
   Low for 15 minutes  stirring several times. Lower heat again to simmer
   and cook for 1.5 -2  hours stiurring frequently. Add remaining cumin
   after cooking for 1 hour.  You may make this hotter by gashing the side
   sof the Jalapeno peppers and  by adding more of them. This recipe when
   served over rice with fresh,  piping hot cornbread is hard to beat! It
   is excellent when served over  scrambled eggs as well. Serves 6-8
   persons.
  
 
 
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