19-Alarm Chili
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19-Alarm Chili
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:03:14 AM. Recipe ID 27036. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: 19-alarm chili
 Categories: Meat
      Yield: 18 Servings
 
      1 cn (#10) tomato puree
      1 cn (#10) whole peeled tomatoes;
           -chopped
      6 lb Good ground beef
      1 lg Yellow onion; chopped
    1/2 c  Commercial chili powder or
           -more; to taste
      3 tb Whole oregano leaves
           Salt & pepper to taste
      1 cn (#10) red kidney beans;
           -drained

-------------------------------TOPPINGS-------------------------------
           Grated Cheddar cheese
           Sour cream
           Yellow onions; diced
 
  SERVES 18 NORMAL PERSONS OR 4 CHICAGO FIREFIGHTERS
  
    Everybody knows that there is no such thing as a 19-alarm fire.
  Why, that would mean that babies, lifeguards, bartenders, everyone,
  would have to show up to fight it! However, Frank Jacobson of the
  Chicago Fire Department thinks his chili requires 19 alarms. I am
  ready!
  
    Please note that he makes this in small batches. If you do not know
  what a #10 can is, figure on just under a gallon.
  
    In a large pot bring the tomato pur‚e and whole tomatoes to a slow
  boil. While this is heating, brown the ground beef with chopped
  onion. Add this to the tomato mixture. Add chili powder and simmer
  for 1 hour. Add oregano, salt, and pepper to taste and simmer 15
  minutes. Add kidney beans and simmer 30 minutes.
  
    Serve in a bowl with Cheddar cheese on top and a dollop of sour
  cream placed in the center. Diced yellow onions complete the garnish.
  
    "Following the meal have Rolaids available."
  




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Recipe ID 27036 (Apr 03, 2005)

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