Let the taste of Brazil simmer in your home all day. When you're ready, spoon out this hot, hearty stew and count down the days till Festival.
With all the can opening you get prepping this recipe, it almost counts as a workout. The payoff? Besides stronger forearms, a chili that cooks up very quick.
A very quick chili, thanks to your trusty food processor or blender. And a very tasty chili, thanks to your trusty bacon.
Chili that's ready fast, with a spice kick from chopped jalapeno peppers.
Starting a stew off with bacon is like starting an inning with a lead-off hit. Your chances for success are much improved. So, in a way, bacon is the Rickey Henderson of foods.
Big chunks of beef will fill you up. But you want more: The taste of chipotle peppers for fantastic, smoky flavor.
Turn two cans of soup from ordinary to extraordinary with this recipe for beginner cooks. Inspired by bodeen's "Daddy's Anytime Stew."
From the skillet to the pot to the oven, beef gets a tour of your stove. When he's done, you've got a great chili that can serve a crowd.
Not really beans, because there's so much meat in 'em. And not really chili because there are beans in it. Not really Western or Southwestern because the sauce has a tad bit of molasses and vinegar in it. I guess one might say that this is an amalgam of a number of regional bean recipes that came out absolutely fantastic!
Okay, here's the tailgating plan. Make this big pot of chili one night late in the week, then let it sit in the fridge until game day. The flavors will mesh together like linemen on a perfectly-called draw play, and you'll be the one hearing the fans' cheers.