An Old Fashioned Chili Recipe that came from a Hot Dog vendor at Carolina Beach in North Carolina.
This Chili is superb, made with ground beef and special spices, then slow cooked in the oven to perfection, for that old time taste and texture.
It makes a large quantity.
Divide it up into small amounts sufficient to make many of the dishes/recipes suggested below.
Freeze in individual containers.
You can also freeze leftovers, if you have any, for later use on hot dogs or hamburgers.
Mix all ingredients in a large Dutch Oven, or similar type baking pan with a lid.
Cover and cook in a 350 F oven for 3 hours.
Check every 30 minutes or so, after the first hour to see if it seems to need more water added to keep it from getting too dry.
Unless a lot of steam escapes from around the lid, you should not need to add more liquid.
Cook it to the thickness of a commercial
Note: This recipe will feed a crowd. I
f you need a smaller amount, divide the recipe in half or fourths.
To save time and money, I make up the the full batch even when I only need a little.
Then I freeze what I don't immediately use, in several freezer containers
Serve with a wiener on a bun and add other favorite condiments, such as Coleslaw, mustard, ketchup, pickle relish, and onions.
Some folks like to add sauerkraut instead of cabbage slaw.
Add a little of your favorite Barbecue Sauce to a cup of chili, heat and serve with a hamburger on a bun.
Serve in a taco shell with lettuce, cheese, tomatoes, taco sauce, etc. or in a taco salad.
A real treat with Homemade Corn Tortillas.
Spice up a pot of vegetable soup with 2-4 cups chili.
Add to a pot of Chili Beans