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Beef and Black Bean Chili


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Rating: 1
by: DW Reviewed: 10/21/2013
Beef & Black Bean
1 (one) TABLESPOON! of celery seed. OH! Know you didn't! Won some contests didja. Rating is but a condition of review!
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Rating: 5
by: Joann Reviewed: 10/20/2013
YUM & SPICEY HOT GOODNESS
I made this last night for dinner and it was spicey good. For those who worry over quantities, I used 2 19oz. cans of black beans, and a quart of tomatoes. In the recipe it states "add water if too dry" I added a bottle of beer instead, WAY MORE FUN. I used 3 habanero peppers and cleaned out the seeds of all except one half. I also added 1/2 pound of small cooked sausage meatballs 1/2 an hour before I added the beans. Served with Italian focaccia cut into 2" wide strips. I'll make this again.
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Rating: 3
by: T. Reviewed: 10/16/2013
This is a fairly basic chili recipe. Would you truly recommend putting 5 habanero peppers in it, though? Seriously? Habaneros? Five? And as someone has pointed out asked: what size cans of beans and tomatoes? I'd add that fresh tomatoes are better than tinned any ol' day -- romas would be best, but field tomatoes at this time of year are okay too. Yellow (or "golden") romas make for an interesting-looking chili.
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Rating: 5
by: Kelley, MI Reviewed: 10/16/2013
Very spicy, hearty and great flavor!!!
Since there weren't any can sizes I assumed 28 oz tomatoes and 15 oz black beans. I only added 4 chopped jalapeños since they were fresh and large. Thank goodness cause this was spicier than I thought. Fortunately my guy loves heat so this is a new favorite. Very hearty smells amazing and the flavor was fabulous.
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Rating: 5
by: Andrea, NV Reviewed: 10/16/2013
Wonderful, just what I was looking for!
Just the perfect combo of ingredients to make it a family fav. this fall! OH,L. Ross,are you kidding? UMM, did you need the length of the celery? What about the size of a garlic clove, seriously, the onion,3" 4"? I'm pretty sure the assumption is that if your at this website you have a clue! CHEERS
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Rating: 4
by: L Ross Reviewed: 10/15/2013
Quantify size by volume or weight size of cans
2 cans of black beans with no mention of size can. What size black bean cans - expressed in ounces? I guess 1 Large can of chopped tomatoes is 28 ounces
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Rating: 4
by: Patricia, NY Reviewed: 10/15/2013
Pretty darn good chili
Ok, for the poster who asked for the bean can size, it would be a 14 oz can. Drain and rinse the beans first. I like this recipe, although I added beer instead of water or stock (if needed, I did). I prefer ancho chili powder to regular chili powder and after adding the jalapenos, I didn't need any cayenne. Pasilla chilies, either whole or ground, add a nice deep rich flavor as well.
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