October 08, 2004

Chili soup

Now that it's starting to get cooler outside, it's time to start thinking of things to make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. Okay, gassy too, but that's just a bonus. Anyway, I present to you a recipe for Chili Soup. No it's not watered down chili, but rather a hearty soup with some chili innards. The recipe is for a large batch-3 gallons- but can be scaled down if you have a smaller soup pot. It does freeze well, though. Enjoy.
Chili Soup(3 gallons)

Kidney beans, dried *** 2 lbs.

1) Weigh beans before washing. Wash beans. Soak overnight in cold water. Drain.

Margarine 6 oz.
ground beef 6 oz.
green pepper, 1 ea.
chopped 10 oz.
onion, chopped 1lb.6oz.
chili powder 1/2 oz.
curry powder 1 Tbsp.
garlic, crushed 1 clove

2) Cook beef, pepper, onion, chili powder, curry powder and garlic in margarine until meat is browned.

Beef stock 1-1/2 gal.
tomato puree 2 qt.
salt 1/2 oz.
pepper 1/4 tsp.
sugar 2 oz.
worcestershire 1 Tbsp.

3) Add stock, drained kidney beans, tomato puree and remaining seasonings. Bring to a boil. Cover and simmer until beans are tender, 2 to 2-1/2 hrs.

flour 6 oz.
cold water 3 cup

4) Mix flour and water. Add to soup. Simmer 15 minutes. Remove from direct heat.

***3 lb. drained, canned kidney beans may be substituted for each 1 lb. of dried kidney beans.

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1 mmmm...chili

Posted by: Chase at October 08, 2004 02:04 AM (/NMuq)

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