Bruins "Slap your Momma Deer Chili."

Discussion in 'Cooking, Grilling, BBQ, and Recipes' started by Bruin, Feb 10, 2008.

  1. Bruin

    Bruin Well-Known Member

    Thought I'd share my recipe for deer chili.
    It's a good ern.

    1 pound deer burger
    1 large red onion
    1 Tbs. - Bacon Grease

    Cut up the onion, put it in a big pot. Add the bacon grease and cook on high till the onions are limp. Add the burger and cook till well done.

    Next, mix these spices together in a small bowl:
    5 Tbs. - Chili Powder
    2 Tsp. - Cayenne Pepper
    2 Tsp. - Paprika
    2 Tsp. - Cumin
    2 Tsp. - Ground Oregano
    2 Tsp. - Minced Garlic (The real stuff, not powder)
    2 Tsp. - Salt

    Pour over cooked meat and stir till blended well.

    Next add:
    1 - 8 oz. can Tomato Sauce
    1 - 12 oz. can Kidney Beans
    1 - 4 oz. can Green Chili's
    1 - 10 oz. can Rotel
    1 - 10 oz. can water (use rotel can)

    Stir it up good and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and cook on low for 1 hour or more, stirring every 20 minutes.

    Feeds 4 Arkansans, 8 New Yorkers, or 16 Californians.
     
  2. 10pointman

    10pointman Moderator Staff Member

    Sounds like some good eating right there!
     

  3. Manybeards

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  4. Killa

    Killa Well-Known Member

    I tried your chili recipe and it was absolutely fantastic!! :thumb:
     
  5. Bruin

    Bruin Well-Known Member

    Glad you liked it! The Bacon grease, and the green chilies kind of make it special. And I NEVER use those pre-made seasoning packets! Chili has to be made with love & care!
    Thanks!
     
  6. rdug

    rdug Well-Known Member

    I've got this cooking as I type...I'll keep ya'll posted :) Looking forward to it!
     
  7. HANDGUNNER

    HANDGUNNER Well-Known Member

    :up: Wish I had a good hot bowl of it right now, as cool as it is outside!!!!
     
  8. rdug

    rdug Well-Known Member

    I gotta say...me and the little lady loved this one! Only thing I did different was add fresh cilantro and fresh pinto beans.

    Thanks for sharing this one bruin!
     
  9. ArkyGal

    ArkyGal Well-Known Member

    Some of my group doesn't like beans so I use a can of refried beans to thicken it up, and some of my canned salsa and rotel. I think I MUST try the onion/bacon grease thing and your spices. Your whole recipe sounds great.
     
  10. flannelman

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    I tried this chilli last night. I was a little sceptical at first because of a few ingredients that I usually use not being in there but I decided to give a go anyway as-is. Man I was not let down. That's one good chilli recipie.

    Thanks for posting it!
     
  11. Tilley47

    Tilley47 Guest

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    Chili

    Just made this and tried it. That is good stuff.
     
  12. Bruin

    Bruin Well-Known Member

    Thanks! :thumb:

    I been perfecting that one for awhile! :wink:
     
  13. Mr. Chitlin

    Mr. Chitlin Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, looks who comes dragging back up... :wink:
     
  14. Bruin

    Bruin Well-Known Member

    How could I stay away? :biggrin:
     
  15. Mr. Chitlin

    Mr. Chitlin Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    :fit: :wink:
     
  16. dunnhead

    dunnhead Well-Known Member

    I tried it over the weekend and I'll be trying it again in the future :thumb: