Good tasting chili, however to my father, wife and myself there was no wow factor. We used the jalapenos and Anaheims with the pasillas. To make cutting dry peppers easier use your kitchen shears instead of a knife.
Smoky Barbecue Chili
JimMarltonNJ Posted: 02/19/11
haejude26 Posted: 12/07/12
My husband and I LOVE this chili recipe. The only adaptation I have made is to use ground beef instead of top round. Makes the dish a little easier to make.
SingingGourmand Posted: 02/09/14
One of our favorites! I've substituted different meats (chicken instead of beef this time). We typically add more of the chipotles in adobo sauce to zip it up a bit, and 1T of bitters (accidentally mistook it for Worcestershire) turned out to be a great addition. We served it over baked sweet potatoes tonight and it was fabulous. You can also put it in a slow cooker all day. When I brought it to a neighborhood potluck, people were scraping the bottom with chips to get every last bit!