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home > recipes > meat > low-carb texas-style chili
5 fresh jalapeno peppers 2 tbl. olive oil 1 lbs ground beef round 1 lbs boneless beef check (1/2 inch cubes) 2 medium onions-chopped 3 galic gloves minced 1/2 cup chile powder 1 tsp. cumin seeds, crushed 1 quart beef broth. 2 tbl. spoons tomato paste. 2 tablespoons Worchestershire sauce 1 tsp. salt. 1/2 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes. 1) in saucepan cooke Japenos about 10 minutes until tender when pierced with knife. Cut and remove seeds. 2) heat oil, in large saucepan, add met, cook over medium high stiring often. Add onions, garlic, jalapenos. cook about 5 minutes until ownions have softened. Add chili poweder and cumine seeds and stir 1 minute. 3) stir in remaining ingredients-bring to boil. reduce heat to low and cook about 45 minutes. I like this chile with sharp chedder cheese and sour cream. It works good with beans, green onions or rice added if you have non-low carb folks eating with you(or Jack if you like it). I usually spice up this chile just a bit for my taste. Goes great with good BBQ for a nice company meal.

Low-carb Texas-style Chili


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(posted December 26, 2005)

5 fresh jalapeno peppers
2 tbl.
olive oil
1 lbs
ground
beef round
1 lbs boneless
beef check (1/2 inch cubes)
2 medium onions-chopped
3 galic gloves minced
1/2 cup
chile powder
1 tsp.
cumin seeds, crushed
1 quart
beef broth.
2 tbl. spoons
tomato paste.
2 tablespoons Worchestershire
sauce
1 tsp.
salt.
1/2 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes.

1) in
saucepan cooke Japenos about 10 minutes until tender when pierced with knife. Cut and remove seeds.

2) heat oil, in large
saucepan, add met, cook over medium high stiring often. Add onions, garlic, jalapenos. cook about 5 minutes until ownions have softened. Add chili poweder and cumine seeds and stir 1 minute.

3) stir in remaining ingredients-bring to
boil. reduce heat to low and cook about 45 minutes.

I like this
chile with sharp chedder cheese and
sour cream. It works good with beans, green onions or rice added if you have non-low carb folks eating with you(or Jack if you like it). I usually spice up this chile just a bit for my taste. Goes great with good BBQ for a nice company meal.


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