HOMEMADE BEEF CHILI Recipe | Easy Recipe for Chili | Simply Mama Cooks

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3 bls (1.361 kg) ground beef (I used 85 / 15 fat to meat ratio)
1 medium to large onion finely chopped
5 cloves garlic minced
6 Tbsp (40 g) chili powder (I used McCormick Brand)
3 tsp (7 g) smoked paprika
3 tsp (8 g) garlic powder
3 tsp (8 g) onion powder
3 tsp (7 g) ground cumin
3 Tbsp (49.5 g) tomato paste
7 cups (1.65 L) low sodium beef broth
1 chipotle pepper in Adobo sauce
2 Tbsp Adobo sauce from can of chipotle peppers
2 – 15 oz cans pinto beans (drained and rinsed)
salt and pepper to taste
*For corn starch slurry*
4 Tbsp (35 g) corn starch
4 Tbsp (60 ml) cold water

– In a preheated on a medium high heat 6 .5 qt pot add 3 tbsp oil and ground beef
– Add salt and pepper to taste, cook ground beef for 5 to 8 minutes
-Now add garlic and onion, combine and continue to cook for 3 to 5 minutes
– Next add and combine all dry seasonings and spices to cooked ground beef
– Now add tomato paste, combine and cook for a minute or two
– Next add beef broth, stir and mix well
– Add chopped chipotle pepper, adobo sauce and bring to a boil
– Cover pot with a lid, lower the heat and gently simmer for 1 hour stirring through out
– After and hour add cornstarch slurry to thicken chili
– Add drained and rinsed pinto beans combine and simmer for and additional 15 minutes then serve

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rolinychupetin says:

I love your recipe, the corn starch bit and your voice. I love your voice.

J A says:

Is it ok to drain the fat when you brown the meat? Or is that what brings the flavours together?

Baby Cakes says:

You don't need to thicken it with flour. Just keep the lid crack open to evaporate the liquid and it will thicken itself, cook it longer to thicken and evaporate the liquid.

Tyler And Leah Canadian says:

I made this recipe and I used beef fat trimmings from the jerky I made the night before with the ground beef

It's looking fantastic thank you so much cant wait to eat it

Cheryl Baker says:

Aaah, my mother made Chili Con Carne. She would cook it until the sauce was thickened and serve it over rice. As a child this was my favorite meal!

Greg says:

Maybe a stupid question but is chili powder the same as this: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/A1kF54rwD%2BL._AC_SL1500_.jpg

Ronbo Nick says:

Me and my GF split some Im cooking for myself until I get another GF ( 1 of the chosen few ) anyway Im trying to cook – all was good on the video until the beef broth – Heck I can easily build a automatic transmission – but making chili is hard to do

Edwin Smith says:

I tried this recipe last week, and it was soooo good. I had enough for two days left over, and on those days I couldn't wait to get home to eat some more.

Morgan Sims says:

Great video Mama's. I love your content and you have a soothing voice. My family and I are enjoying your meals, thank you♥️

Cory Soto says:

I use ranchstyle beens

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