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This is my prize-winning Chili Recipe. I won 1st place in a local cookoff with it. Have been told by all that taste it, that it is the best!


      2 Tbsp. Watkins Garlic & Parsley Grapeseed Oil
      1 medium onion, chopped
      1 lb. extra lean ground beef
      1 tsp. Watkins Chile Powder
      1 tsp. ground extra hot Red Chimayo Chile
      1 tsp. ground hot Red Chimayo Chile
      1 tsp. Watkins ground Cumin
      1 tsp. Red Chile Flakes
      1 tsp. Watkins Paprika
      1 tsp. Watkins Minced Garlic
      1 tsp. Watkins Cilantro
      2 Tbsp. Watkins Beef Soup Mix
      1 can crushed tomatoes
      1 can Black Beans
      1 can Pinto Beans, no salt added
      2 Tbsp. Butter or Margarine
      1/4 cup Blue Corn Meal


    Heat the oil. Sauté onions until lightly browned. Place in bowl and set aside.  Brown beef, then add the chile powders, spices, beef soup mix, and brown a little longer.  Add onions to beef mixture. Add the beans, including liquid, and the tomatoes. Fill each  bean can with water and add water to the chili, adding more as the chili cooks if  necessary. Add the butter and blue corn meal. Simmer a couple hours, stirring frequently  to keep from sticking to bottom of pan. Even better heated up the next day! Of course,  ingredient amounts can be varied to be hotter or milder according to personal preference!


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