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Fiery, spicy, piquant, and absolutely pleasing to your taste buds.
This chili con carne is an example of what a classic spicy home-cooked and appetizing meal should be. Scrumptiously lip smacking goodness in a bowl. The melt-in-your-mouth beef soaked in the mouth-watering piquant sauce is a burst of intense and fiery goodness.
“Real Texas chile con carne is made with beef, chilies, and not a whole lot else. This is the real deal. A bowl of hot Texas red with chunky, fall-apart tender beef chuck and fresh dried chilies.” –according to Kenji of SeriousEats.com
Recipe and photo courtesy of SeriousEats.com
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Quick Tip: Serve this chili with fresh baked bread or grilled cheese sandwiches for a complete meal.