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2018/10/22 13:18:33 (permalink)

Found this Chili recipe...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/discover-secret-ingredient-creating-great-chili-140927835.html
 
Found this recipe online. Looks interesting, employing some ideas I don't use. Any thoughts or ideas out there????
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 13:29:02 (permalink)
Worth trying to me. I agree that ground beef chili is easiest and I like that manner of roasting the peppers. I tried the usual way of roasting peppers in the oven and didn't have much luck. Difficult to peel and what was left didn't impress me enough to try the method again. I hope this method will improve the flavor of the beef. For the last several decades, I have found ground meat disappointing. It used to have so much more flavor. I just discovered the joys of chipoltes last week, I'm a slow learner. I frequently let chilis, soups, ect. simmer for longer than the recipes say.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 15:01:01 (permalink)
why is this thread in the Chili forum instead of the Recipes forum?
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 16:06:35 (permalink)
Does it really matter?
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 16:59:23 (permalink)
Root-Beer Man
Does it really matter?

Being anal is a way of living to some.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 18:07:56 (permalink)
I think it matters, as there is a recipe forum and this thread is about a recipe
 
pretty straightforward from my POV
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 18:23:52 (permalink)
It's an article with a recipe for chili. That means it can easily be here. I have no issues with it being here.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 18:31:44 (permalink)
well, the recipe forum is where all recipes go - or rather, are supposed to go
 
the subforums under [Lunch and Dinner], including chili, is for food found while on the road, eating out, that sort of thing. 
 
roadfood, right?
 
recipes are part of the [Miscellaneous Forums], because they arent truly part of roadfood, ie food cooked by others for you rather than food cooked by you
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 18:58:48 (permalink)
Wow...So sorry asking advice and ideas about the chile in this recipe would start a semantics lesson. I apologize for this crisis!
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 19:54:11 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Root-Beer Man 2018/10/22 21:34:47
Frankly, I don't care where anyone posts.  There are so few people posting these days that I feel any posts are welcome.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/22 20:31:35 (permalink)
I welcome posts as well, but an experienced poster should at this point know where a post belongs
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 09:19:24 (permalink)
I am very much glad to have this chili recipe. I will surely try this out in this weekend.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 10:22:51 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby BayouCityNosh 2018/10/23 11:24:30
It looks like everything's back to normal. One recipe followed by 10 posts bitching about where it was posted. Here's my take on the recipe. I wouldn't use baking soda, when's the last time your ground beed wasn't tender. I would also use 80-20 ground beef and after browning put some flour in the mixture to mix with the dripping and act like a Roux to thicken the chili. Nice to see everyone happy and jolly......pnwchef......
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 10:29:24 (permalink)
I think it would have been simple enough for an experienced poster to know that a recipe belongs in the recipes forum
 
Oddly enough, this same poster has had this same "confusion" many times in the past
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 11:06:07 (permalink)
pnwchef
It looks like everything's back to normal. One recipe followed by 10 posts bitching about where it was posted. Here's my take on the recipe. I wouldn't use baking soda, when's the last time your ground beed wasn't tender. I would also use 80-20 ground beef and after browning put some flour in the mixture to mix with the dripping and act like a Roux to thicken the chili. Nice to see everyone happy and jolly......pnwchef......


Thanks pnwchef. That's the feedback I was hoping for. I tend to agree. Has anyone done the baking soda on chili. This wasn't about posting a recipe. It was about technique when making chili. Thanks for putting us back on track!
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 11:14:24 (permalink)
technique is part of a recipe
 
one sifts flour to remove lumps
 
one stretches dough rather than rolls it to retain gas bubbles
 
etc etc
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 11:43:14 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby leethebard 2018/10/23 13:39:07
Masa, not flour. Baking soda -no! My experiences
entirely. YMMV...
post edited by 1bbqboy - 2018/10/23 11:44:33
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 15:55:36 (permalink)
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Masa, not flour. Baking soda -no! My experiences
entirely. YMMV...

Yeah, I'd skip flour, too in favour of masa if it needed a thickener. Not committed one way or the other on the baking soda thing.Not sure what it brings to the party.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/10/23 21:57:58 (permalink)
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1bbqboy
Masa, not flour. Baking soda -no! My experiences
entirely. YMMV...

Yeah, I'd skip flour, too in favour of masa if it needed a thickener. Not committed one way or the other on the baking soda thing.Not sure what it brings to the party.




From https://www.beeflovingtex...ret-ground-beef-chili/
 

But lucky for me (and you), I stumbled on a way achieve “better browning through science” in Cooks Illustrated magazine.  They suggested briefly soaking meat in a solution of baking soda and water to raise the pH on the meat’s surface, making the proteins better able to attract more water and hold onto it during cooking. It was also noted that the high pH level should speed up the desirable Maillard reaction (basically, the precursor to caramelization).  According to the magazine’s food experimenters, the baking soda treatment will definitely keep the meat tender and juicy when cooked. I’d heard my own dad make mention of this “secret” treatment with steaks, but it also sounded like a genius way to optimize the taste and texture of ground beef.
 
The magazine explained, and I nodded my head in revelation, that typically when ground beef is cooked in a skillet, so much water and liquid is expelled that the beef crumbles just end up steaming in their own juices and very little browning transpires.  When cooked to the point of most water evaporating, the batch of beef will be unpleasantly overdone. However, by gently tossing a baking soda solution with the meat (about ¾ teaspoon baking soda to 2 tablespoons water for 2lbs of grind) and letting sit for 15 to 20 minutes before cooking, beef loses less liquid, browns faster and tastes better.

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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/11/13 02:09:49 (permalink)
it looks really good but when I saw the preparation time... hmm I think i'll just go to a restaurant.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/11/13 12:16:50 (permalink)
will this thread be moving to the Recipe forum?
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/11/13 16:19:06 (permalink)
When there’s a moderator again.
So, never.
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/11/13 18:36:35 (permalink)
I am all but certain there are still some mods on here
 
Saw buffetbuster post earlier today
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/11/14 04:20:33 (permalink)
What is this?  A chili recipe in the chili forum?  What's next, an egg dish in the breakfast forum?  Something "heavy" in the Off-Topic and Lighter Fare section?  It will be anarchy I tell you, ANARCHY!!!!
 
 
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/11/14 09:52:42 (permalink)
dogs and cats, living together
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Re: Found this Chili recipe... 2018/11/14 10:52:47 (permalink)
My Mom made great chili-in her pressure ccoker. My favorite. Bob says I make great chili. But I tend to not like my own cooking. Go figure.
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