Texas Easy Chili
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Texas Easy Chili
  Texas    Chili  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:28:43 AM. Recipe ID 64202. Report a problem with this recipe.
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Texas Easy Chili is a chili powder and tomato juice based sauce combined with cubed or 
ground beef. Chili originated in Texas in the 1800s. There are many variations of 
chili. This version does not contain beans.


    * 3 pounds chuck roast or ground beef, cubed or formed into small meatballs
    * 2 tablespoons oil
    * 2 cloves of garlic, minced
    * 6 tablespoons chili powder
    * 5 tablespoons flour
    * 1 tablespoon dried oregano
    * 1 teaspoon ground cumin
    * 3 cups tomato juice or V8
    * 3 beef bullion cubes
    * salt and black pepper to taste

    * Garnish - lime wedges and sour cream

Makes 6 cups of chili.


   1. Cut chuck roast into bite-size pieces or form ground beef into small meatballs (1 
inch - 25mm in size).
   2. Fry beef in cooking oil until outside is browned.
   3. Add minced garlic and cook for two minutes.
   4. Combine chili powder, flour, oregano and cumin in bowl and mix well. Sprinkle 
mixture over cooking beef and stir until beef is well coated with spice mixture. Cook 
for 1 minute.
   5. Add tomato juice and bullion cubes. Stir for about 15 seconds.
   6. Simmer for 45 minutes, stirring occasionally.
   7. Remove from heat and add salt and black pepper to taste.

Notes, tips and variations

   1. Cool and refrigerate overnight to develop flavors. (If you can wait, if not, 
   2. Heat and serve in bowls with 1 tablespoon of lime juice and 1 tablespoon of sour 
cream added to top.
   3. Serve with cornbread or sourdough bread.
   4. For a cool treat, spoon a tablespoon of Ranch Dressing on top of your chili, 
along with some cheese!

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Recipe ID 64202 (Nov 18, 2007)

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