Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe

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    scrumptiouschef
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/11/30 15:22:35 (permalink)
    Tackling this one this weekend.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/11/30 17:38:13 (permalink)
    The recipe instructs the maker to "Chop steak".  Does that indicate ground steak, as in Hamburger meat, or more of a cubed version, comparable to the chunks found in a Southwest or Texas Chili?
     
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/11/30 17:43:44 (permalink)
    I'm going to cube a round steak.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 09:19:31 (permalink)
    ...from the blog "making a minimum of one pot per week."
     
    Very commendable.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 09:21:29 (permalink)
    BuddyRoadhouse
    The recipe instructs the maker to "Chop steak".  Does that indicate ground steak, as in Hamburger meat, or more of a cubed version, comparable to the chunks found in a Southwest or Texas Chili?
     
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    If I read the recipe correctly (?), it simmers only 20 minutes?  Got to be hamburger meat.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 09:41:50 (permalink)
    I'll be making a pot this weekend using the Pecos Red mix.  I'll be cubing some beef. 
     
    I'm using a pressure cooker for the first time to make chili.  I'll have find the dang booklet and see how long it's going to take.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 09:58:01 (permalink)
    I don't understand the 3 kinds of chili powder, besides the fact Mexene has always been exceedingly bitter to me.
    And tomato paste - just no.
    A Southerner’s chili, I guess.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 09:58:03 (permalink)
    I don't understand the 3 kinds of chili powder, besides the fact Mexene has always been exceedingly bitter to me.
    And tomato paste - just no.
    A Southerner’s chili, I guess.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 10:26:56 (permalink)
    I wouldn't like the tomato paste either.
     
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 12:16:59 (permalink)
    BayouCityNosh
    ...from the blog "making a minimum of one pot per week."
     
    Very commendable.


    We make a pot every weekend then eat off it for the next week. Small, only 4 quarts, but it's nice to have food you can heat up in a pan and have supper on the table in 15 minutes.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 12:29:51 (permalink)
    1bbqboy
    I don't understand the 3 kinds of chili powder, besides the fact Mexene has always been exceedingly bitter to me.
    And tomato paste - just no.
    A Southerner’s chili, I guess.

    I use Mexene for some purposes, but never for chili. It just doesn't taste right. Works quite well for BBQ sauces and other dishes, though.
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 14:14:20 (permalink)
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    I don't understand the 3 kinds of chili powder, besides the fact Mexene has always been exceedingly bitter to me.
    And tomato paste - just no.
    A Southerner’s chili, I guess.

    I use Mexene for some purposes, but never for chili. It just doesn't taste right. Works quite well for BBQ sauces and other dishes, though.


    A few years back one of the Terlingua winners claimed his winning recipe included Mexene. It's also a surprisingly common ingredient on the Eastern Kentucky Chili Bun Trail
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    Re: Johnny Cash’s Chili Recipe 2018/12/01 17:42:53 (permalink)
    scrumptiouschef
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    1bbqboy
    I don't understand the 3 kinds of chili powder, besides the fact Mexene has always been exceedingly bitter to me.
    And tomato paste - just no.
    A Southerner’s chili, I guess.

    I use Mexene for some purposes, but never for chili. It just doesn't taste right. Works quite well for BBQ sauces and other dishes, though.


    A few years back one of the Terlingua winners claimed his winning recipe included Mexene. It's also a surprisingly common ingredient on the Eastern Kentucky Chili Bun Trail


    I think it's only common in some things and areas because it's the one chili powder you can find in pretty much any store in the nation. It's everywhere and it's cheap.
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