10.19.2012

Spicy Chili with Tequila and Whiskey

Oh, and another secret ingredient...but that's for the end!

Dom made this chili a few weeks ago and it was incredible.  He couldn't decide which chili recipe he wanted to use so he mixed them. Then added his favorite liquors!
I'm not even a chili person, but this one was lighter, so flavorful and spicy. I love it!

So, since today is Dom's 23rd birthday (I'm not a cougar anymore!) I figured it would be the perfect time to share it with you all. :)

We wanted to call it Chili Con Dom, but Dom realized when you put it together it become Chili Condom, and that's not good.
So, here you have it!


*NOTE: We made this in the slow cooker the day before so we could really let the flavors blendIf you wanted you could still make it in a normal pot so it takes less time!

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Ingredients:
·       Jimmy Dean/Generic Spicy ground sausage
·       3 pound tri-tip or boneless sirloin- cubed small
·       1 large white onion, chopped
·       3 large jalapeno, stemmed, seeded and chopped
·       5 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
·       7 tablespoons chili powder
·       2 tablespoon ground cumin
·       2 teaspoons Mexican oregano
·       2 tablespoons salt
·       2 tablespoons freshly ground black pepper
·       4 tablespoons paprika/smoked paprika
·       2 large tomatoes, peeled, seeded, and chopped
·       3 ounces tequila
·       2 ounces scotch whiskey
·       4-5 cups beef stock
·       2 cans spicy chili bean
·       1 can red kidney beans
·       1 tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
·       1 small can of tomato paste
·       1 square of Hershey’s dark chocolate

 
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Directions:
1.     Cube the steak and rub with salt and pepper and leave to rest for 20 minutes
2.     Cook spicy sausage in separate pan until done
3.     Add sausage to slow cooker, leaving grease behind
4.     Turn slow cooker on high and add 4-5 cups of beef stock
5.     Put the onion, pepper, beef, and garlic into a pan using the rendered sausage grease to cook on high heat until onion is transparent and garlic is not brown
a.      A big pan is needed.
6.     Add chili powder, cumin, oregano, salt, paprika and black pepper to pan and stir.
7.     While the onion and beef are cooking, add the shot and a half of tequila and shot of scotch whiskey to pan.
8.     Add the pan with beef, peppers, and onion to the slow cooker
9.     Add 2 cans of spicy chili beans, draining out the fluid from one can, and using the other.
10.  Add diced tomatoes
11.  Cook on high covered for 6 hours
12.  Add drained kidney beans and Worcestershire sauce
13.  Add tomato paste and stir
14.  Cook without cover on high for 3 hours or until thick.
15.  Spice to taste
16.  Add 1 square of chocolate and stir.
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7 comments:

  1. This sounds really nice though the idea of whisky in it is a bit strange to me
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  2. This sounds so good! We love chili around here but always use the same ingredients. Over the weekend we tried a new recipe and it was awful. We'll have to try this one!

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  3. I love whiskey and I love chili...and chocolate! This should be worth a try!

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  4. Whaaaa? Chocolate? I'm so intrigued!

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  5. Wowww, SO creative!! You lil' domestic divas! Happy Bday to Dom!!

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  6. Wow what an interesting mix of ingredients! My boyfriend is allergic to tequila so we'd have to nix that, but the rest of it sounds like it's got good potential!

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  7. It looks delish! You're so lucky to have a man that cooks :)

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