Walker's Red Hot Chile Con Carne (1918)
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Walker's Red Hot Chile Con Carne (1918)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:28:42 AM. Recipe ID 64174. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Walker's red hot chile con carne (1918)
 Categories: Chile peppe, Chili, Texas cooki
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
      1 lb Beef -- cut in small pieces
    1/4 lb Beef suet -- ground fine or
           Lard
      2 tb Walker's Mexene
      1 md Onion -- minced
           Water
 
  In 1918, Walker Austex was producing 45,000 cans of Walker's Red Hot
  Chile Con Carne (with beans) and 15,000 cans of Mexene Chili Powder a
  day in their new factory in Austin, Texas. But Walker had already
  been selling canned Mexican foods for over a quarter century and may
  have been the first to can chili. Gebhardt's didn't start canning
  chili (as opposed to making chili powder) until 1911. Walker's 1918
  recipe booklet had recipes for "chile huevos" and "chili mac" ~- plus
  something called "combination chili con carne" -- one can chili mixed
  with one can tomatoes.
  
  Genuine Mexican Chile Con Carne. One pound of beef cut in small
  pieces; 1/4 lb. beef suet, ground fine (or you can use lard). Add two
  tablespoons of Walker's Mexene, one medium sized onion minced; add
  water and boil until thoroughly cooked. The gravy from this chili con
  carne is fine for macaroni, spaghetti and vegetables. If beans are
  wanted, use any good red bean. For instance -- California Bayous,
  California Pinks or Pinto Beans. When these are not convenient, use
  French Red Kidney Beans. Boil the beans separately and add beans when
  serving.
  
  




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Recipe ID 64174 (Apr 03, 2005)

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