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Venison Chili

Postby shadow » Tue Jun 10, 2008 1:53 pm

I brought this over from the old site...
 
Do you want to make a real good chili? Try this recipe, if you don't want to use venison in it, just substitute ground beef. Not liking the packaged chili mixes sold, they lacked alot, I added these extra ingredients to the Wick Fowler 2-alarm mix, adding here, taking away there, until I got what I think is one good bowl of chili.
Post your comments if you try it and let me know., This makes alot, so feed your family and friends.


Fry up 2 lbs venison or ground beef, don't drain juices or fat, put it all into a large crock pot along with:

1 chopped onion

8-12 ozs sliced jalapeno peppers, drained, cut in half if you wish.

1-28 oz can of crushed tomatoes

2 -28 oz cans of diced tomatoes

1-pkg of Wick Fowler's 2-Alarm chili mix, (It comes with many packets of various spices)

8-12 ozs of small hot cherry peppers, drain and cut to desired size.

1 can kidney beans


Add and simmer all ingredients on low for 3-4 hours. Depending on your taste, add anywhere from 8-12 ozs, of the sliced peppers,(you can find each type pepper in 12 oz.jars). Also, adjust the heat level by adding desired amount of cayenne pepper packet. Should chili become to thick, you can use any type of beer to moisten things up.

Serve with sour cream or anything you wish. Enjoy it and let me know if you like it or if theres anything you may add in addition to the ingredients listed.

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RE: Venison Chili

Postby Corey Graff » Wed Jul 30, 2008 3:16 am

I can't wait to try this - sounds top notch. Where does one find Wick Fowler's 2-Alarm chili mix?
 
 

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RE: Venison Chili

Postby shadow » Wed Jul 30, 2008 2:56 pm

I have found the Chili mix in almost every grocery store in my region. I would imagine it is sold nationally.
Here is their webiste so you can see the package. I noticed other sites where you can purchase it on-line as well.
www.wickfowlerschili.com

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RE: Venison Chili

Postby SyracuseBowhunter » Mon Aug 04, 2008 11:29 am

That sounds pretty good!  I'll try making it the next time I make venison chili.
 
Here is the recipe that I have tweaked over the years and finally got so I like it.
 
Fry 2-3 lbs venison burger in a large pot
Add 2 Tbs vegetable oil
4 cloves fresh garlic
4 large cayenne peppers minced
Cook until venison is completely brown
 
Add 3 large onions diced
Add 4 large green peppers diced
Simmer until onions and green peppers are partially soft
 
Add 3 cans crushed tomatoes
2 cans dark kidney beans (including juice from beans in the can)
1 can black beans (including juice from beans in the can)
4 Tbs chili powder
Salt and pepper to taste
 
Simmer 2 hours on low heat
 
Feeds 12 (more if you put it over rice)
 
If anyone uses this recipe, let me know how you like it.
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RE: Venison Chili

Postby hunter480 » Mon Aug 04, 2008 2:36 pm

I know we all love the venison flavor, but, I`ve begun to add a roll of browned, Tennessee Pride, Mild, Pork Sausage to a pound of venison as the base for my chili, and I think it`s great.

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RE: Venison Chili

Postby hunter480 » Mon Aug 04, 2008 2:39 pm

ORIGINAL: SyracuseBowhunter

That sounds pretty good!  I'll try making it the next time I make venison chili.

Here is the recipe that I have tweaked over the years and finally got so I like it.

Fry 2-3 lbs venison burger in a large pot
Add 2 Tbs vegetable oil
4 cloves fresh garlic
4 large cayenne peppers minced
Cook until venison is completely brown

Add 3 large onions diced
Add 4 large green peppers diced
Simmer until onions and green peppers are partially soft

Add 3 cans crushed tomatoes
2 cans dark kidney beans (including juice from beans in the can)
1 can black beans (including juice from beans in the can)
4 Tbs chili powder
Salt and pepper to taste

Simmer 2 hours on low heat

Feeds 12 (more if you put it over rice)

If anyone uses this recipe, let me know how you like it.

 
I`m going try this one-I especially like the black beans being in the mix.
 
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RE: Venison Chili

Postby SyracuseBowhunter » Wed Aug 06, 2008 3:53 pm

Let me know what you  think, and the next time I cook it I'll try your idea of adding the pork sausage to the venison.  That sounds pretty good!
 
My family really likes the combination of the red beans and the black beans, but make sure you have some beano for afterward.  LOL
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RE: Venison Chili

Postby ILBowhunter » Mon Sep 01, 2008 9:11 am

Something else that adds to a pot of venison chili is bacon.  Just brown a half pound of bacon for every two pounds of venison, and when you mix up all the spices, tomatoes, and browned venison, just crumble the bacon in the pot.


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