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Home » Food » Chili Cookoff » Mark's Smoking Chili
Mark's Smoking Chili
By Mark Poliner

Mark brought home second place for this complex chili filled with beef, lamb, pork and chorizo.

Ingredients
4 lbsBeef Stew Meat, cubed
2 lbsPork, cubed
2 lbsLeg of Lamb, cubed
1 lbChorizo
1Onion, diced
2 ribsCelery, diced
2Red Bell Peppers, diced
10 clovesGarlic, minced
2 cansWhole Plum Tomatoes, drained and chopped
2 cansChipotles in Adobo
6 ozTomato Paste
6 lbsPinto Beans (1 can)
1 quartLow Sodium Beef Stock
4 TbspSalt
3 TbspFresh Ground Black Pepper
4 TbspMark's Chili Powder (see below)
2 TbspOregano
2 Tbspground Cumin
1Habanero Pepper, seeds removed
1 tspCinnamon
2 TbspVegetable Oil

Method

Brown meat in a large stockpot with 1 tbs vegetable oil. Remove meat and add 1 tbs vegetable oil, cook onions, celery, bell peppers, and garlic until the onions are translucent. Add 1 tbs flour and cook and additional minute. Add the stock and lamb bones. Bring to a simmer, add seasonings and chilies, and cook for 1 hour.

Add the tomato paste and chopped tomatoes. Stir until combined. Add the beans, cover and simmer for 2 hours. Adjust seasonings. Serve.

Mark's Chili Powder
Ingredients
6Ancho Chiles, seeded and sliced
3Pasala Chiles, seeded and sliced
3Arbol Chiles, seeded and sliced
1 TbspCumin seed
1 TbspGarlic Powder
1 TbspOregano
1 tspSmoked Paprika
Method

Place all ingredients into a blender. Process until a fine powder is formed. Allow the powder to settle for at least a minute before removing the lid of the carafe.


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