Turn your catch into a hot, warming bowl of red. Good for your hunting lodge or back at home.
Growing up in Boy Scouts you learn all kinds of different ways to cook. This started out as my scoutmaster's Dutch oven chili. Now that I'm grown up, I've adjusted the recipe to my own tastes. This is a great one for that slow cooker, Dutch oven, or even a pot on the stove. You might want to put a warning sticker on this one, it's spicy!
This is a thick, sweet and mild chili intended for northern palettes that favor milder and less spicy chili over the fiery hot flavors of southern style chili soups. The primary benefit is that you can use (and mask the flavor of) large quantities of ground venison and few if anyone will know the difference.
This is real venison chili. My family really likes it alot. Even my husband takes this up north deer hunting.
A friend gave me this recipe and I have been hooked ever since. What is really great about it, is that it is a smaller scaled down version of venison chili. Most venison chili recipes are for large numbers of people. I usually cook this for my family on a weekend and they eat on it for most of the day.
I make this every year at tax time to overcome the taxpayer blues. This spicy chicken chili is a welcome change to the dreary April weather and will cheer even the most depressed economy... The ingredients are simple and cheap! Serve with salsa, chips, green onions, sour cream, and shredded cheese.
Whenever I manage to bag an elk, the first thing friends want to know is when I'll be making my delicious chili. It never lasts long, and everyone that hears about it wants to take home a couple of helpings for later.
With Super Bowl on the way, it’s time for Rudolph Chili! Yep, I snagged Rudolph. Santa was done with him, and I was tired of his reindeer games, so put him to good use. He definitely makes some good eatin’! My taste buds say this is medium-spicy, if want it to have more kick, wait until the second day.