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Chili Con Carne

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Recipe photo courtesy of Quentin Bacon

Chili con carne, a Texan creation, is a traditional one-dish dinner. Toppings -- avocado, scallions, tortilla chips, and cheese -- are up to each guest.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2005
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  • pennysn
    8 DEC, 2011
    I've made this chili since I first saw it in 2005 in my Martha Stewart Living magazine. I love it!
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  • Katteriet
    25 SEP, 2011
    This is awesome! I love it.
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  • SOMERSIZING
    16 JAN, 2009
    I WILL TRY IT WITH A RED WINE, AND CHICKEN IN PLACE OF PORK. AND A SERRANO CHILI FOT CUT THE HEAT.
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  • NathalieNess
    9 NOV, 2008
    This is a great recipe w/o beans and peppers! The chile puree adds some true flavor to this chili and can't be missed. Try to use chiles you like - if you take some that are not too hot, the chili dish will be spicy but not too hot! If you don't like that amount of beer in your chili, substitute some of the beer with a strong broth. Great dish!
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  • CountryGirl312
    7 NOV, 2008
    Can you make this with out pork? i don't eat Pork. But other wise is sounds good. minus the Chile pepper. I don't like hot just flavor.
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  • CountryGirl312
    7 NOV, 2008
    Can you make this with out pork? i don't eat Pork. But other wise is sounds good. minus the Chile pepper. I don't like hot just flavor.
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  • CountryGirl312
    7 NOV, 2008
    Can you make this with out pork? i don't eat Pork. But other wise is sounds good. minus the Chile pepper. I don't like hot just flavor.
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  • ChristineDesigns
    12 FEB, 2008
    Simply delicious! I added a can of red beans to the recipe. It was a big hit with my family. Will make again!
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  • coolgirl
    2 FEB, 2008
    Never heard of serving this way. Can't wait to try. I think this is a great way to satisfy everyone. From those who don't like beans that much to those who like it all!
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  • RJNC
    31 JAN, 2008
    Ancho chiles are milder than Serrano chiles.
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