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Home » Recipes » 2003 February Chili Cookoff Winner - Canteen Chili
2003 February Chili Cookoff Winner - Canteen Chili
By : Craig Pincus
Craig is one of our newer members and a friend of Chef Sean. Of course one could argue that Craig is a bit of a ringer, but he managed to produce an excellent chili that stood out in a field of 12 outstanding entries. Please note that this recipe is in industrial professional chef size.
Yield: 66 Quarts of Chili
Recipe Index
Amount Unit Ingredient
5 lbs Kidney Beans
15 lbs Pinto Beans
12 cans Beer
1.5 cups Serrano Chili
1.25 cups Crushed Chili Flakes
2.5 cups Chili Powder
4 whole Chipotles
2 cups Paprika
1.5 cups Cayenne Powder
1.5 cups Cocoa Powder
18 quarts Bell Peppers, diced (3 colors)
8 quarts Onions, diced
7 large Oranges
2 quarts Strong stale Coffee
1.5 cans Tomato Paste (#10 Cans)
2 cans Chopped Tomatoes (#10 Cans)
2 cans Tomato Juice (#5 Cans)
2 cans V8 Juice (#5 Cans)
1-1.5 cups Salt
Soak beans in water and beer over night
Cook bean until tender, adding water or beer as necessary to keep the beans covered.
Add Oranges and Coffee when the beans are finished
Remove beans from heat and let sit for 3 hours
In a separate pot saute the onions, peppers and chilis until translucent.
Add tomato paste and cook for 15 mins on medium high heat. Stir enough to prevent burning
Do NOT scrape the bottom of the pan if the mix burns
Add the rest of the ingredients. (The juices can be added to the beans if you need room)
Bring beans back to a boil
Add the tomato mix, stir and bring to boil
Put into containers to cool over night (Wait at least 24 hours to use)
Add your favorite ingredients (cooked chicken, beef, etc)
For added flavor and depth roast some dried chilis. When cool, grind them and use with the chili powder.

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