Kentucky Chili Con Carne

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Jan7777777

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4 lbs. = Ground beef * Take the meat and pick off pieces or slice with a knife and drop pieces of the ground beef in BOILING water or an hour.

~~~~~~~~ while the hamburger is boiling ~~~~~~~~~~
in a crock pot put in;

2 - 10 oz = Tomato puree [ I use hunts]
2 1/2 tablespoons = garlic salt
3 Tablespoons = chili Powder [ I use Mexene chili powder ]
2 medium = onions [ cut up fine or grated ]
2 or 3 cups = Cornflakes ( crushed before measuring, DEFINITELY use Kellogg brand, other makes the taste not as good.
1 Tablespoon = Hot sauce [ I use Durkee hot sauce. ]
2 cups = water, [I use the broth from the boiled ground beef after its through.

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After the meat is boiled for 1 hour, drain off the water[remember to save the 2 cups to add to ingredients in the crock pot. ]..
Put meat into the crock pot with other ingredients, put on high cook for 2 hours.
 

oldethennew

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Thanks, this looks and sounds like a great 'feeding' - good share, thanks again...
 

Jan7777777

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Thanks, this looks and sounds like a great 'feeding' - good share, thanks again...
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we have a root beer stand here and its the original recipe...its wonderful.. I cant wait until you make it, tell me what you think , you will make it no other way. I only keep recipes that are great tasting...lol
 

shittim

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Is that a lot of salt?
 

Jan7777777

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Is that a lot of salt?
```the garlic salt? it must not be, cause I don't like a lot of salt at all on food, and I would sure taste it....but you can leave it out if you like.
 

TabinRivCA

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4 lbs. = Ground beef * Take the meat and pick off pieces or slice with a knife and drop pieces of the ground beef in BOILING water or an hour.

~~~~~~~~ while the hamburger is boiling ~~~~~~~~~~
in a crock pot put in;

2 - 10 oz = Tomato puree [ I use hunts]
2 1/2 tablespoons = garlic salt
3 Tablespoons = chili Powder [ I use Mexene chili powder ]
2 medium = onions [ cut up fine or grated ]
2 or 3 cups = Cornflakes ( crushed before measuring, DEFINITELY use Kellogg brand, other makes the taste not as good.
1 Tablespoon = Hot sauce [ I use Durkee hot sauce. ]
2 cups = water, [I use the broth from the boiled ground beef after its through.

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After the meat is boiled for 1 hour, drain off the water[remember to save the 2 cups to add to ingredients in the crock pot. ]..
Put meat into the crock pot with other ingredients, put on high cook for 2 hours.
What does boiling the hamburger do for it, and isn't there a lot of fat in the left-over water to put back in? If it's for the flavor I can understand that. I might try it bc I can't even imagine what corn flakes in chili would taste like. Well anyway thx for the adventure!
 

Jan7777777

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What does boiling the hamburger do for it, and isn't there a lot of fat in the left-over water to put back in? If it's for the flavor I can understand that. I might try it bc I can't even imagine what corn flakes in chili would taste like. Well anyway thx for the adventure!
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…….boiling the hamburger is cooking it, I guess if you want to have less fat.
…….you don't taste the corn flakes at all, …...
...….the water you put back is only 2 cups, it gives it the flavor it needs but you can use just water, but it will taste like something is missing, cause I tried it like that before.
 

TabinRivCA

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…….boiling the hamburger is cooking it, I guess if you want to have less fat.
…….you don't taste the corn flakes at all, …...
...….the water you put back is only 2 cups, it gives it the flavor it needs but you can use just water, but it will taste like something is missing, cause I tried it like that before.
Well I'm gonna have to try that and don't let anyone know what's in it til after they eat, lol, ty!