Ann's Texas Chili Recipe


recipes index

Special Offers


 

-::- -::- -::- -::- -::-





Ann's Texas Chili Recipe : Recipes 4U

 

Ann's Texas Chili Recipe

Recipe Ingredients

1 burge
3 lb boneless chuck -- cubed
2 tbsp vegetable oil
3 garlic cloves -- chopped
2 tsp cumin
3 tbsp flour
1 tbsp oregano
2 beef broth cans salt pepper
4 tbsp chili powder -- or to taste

Recipe Preparation

Heat oil in a 4 qt. pot, add beef, stirring frequently until meat
loses color - DO NOT brown! Lower heat, stir in garlic, chili
mixture, stirring until beef is evenly coated. Crumble oregano over
meat. Add 1 1/2 cans broth and stir til liquid is well blended. Add
salt & pepper, bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat;
simmer partially covered over low heat for 1 1/2 hours, stirring
occasionally. Add remaining broth, cook 30 minutes more. Cool
thoroughly. Cover & refrigerate overnight. Reheat chili very gently.
Source: Chili-Lovers' Cookbook

Recipe By :

From: Ladies Home Journal- August 1991

 

 

Servings: 8

 

 

 

Back to Mexican Recipes



Food Tips of the Week

Weight loss hints and tips

In planning a meal plan, the most important step is to make efforts to lower your intake of fat, salt and refined carbohydrates.
The problems associated with reduced carbohydrate diets
Its popular as hell, but it is truly safe for you?
Reducing carbs may mean missing out on necessary nutrients from 'good' carbohydrate foods which must be part of any sensible diet, especially those obtained from vegetables, grains and fruits.
Multiple studies over the years have proved that high consumption of animal fat can lead to greater risk of cancer, coronary disease and other major health problems.
Lycopene superfoods
(includes grapefruit, red bell peppers and tomato sauce)

The nutrient lypcopene is a non-synthetic compound used to color foods and one of the carotenid family. It is the reason for the deep red colour of a good number of fruits and vegetables.

Fortunately, unlike numerous nutritional compounds, this useful phytochemical not only survives being cooked, but is noticeably increased in efficacy by cooking.

. Its most valuable theraputic value is that it serves as an antioxidant and appears to be an asset in the fight to lower the probabilty of developing cancer.

It is the most efficacious carotenoid quencher of singlet oxygen, which is linked with aging of the skin. It is also thought by many researchers to curtail the progression of atherosclerosis.






Ann's Texas Chili Recipe from the Recipes-4U Cookbook

You no longer need waste money on high-priced recipe publications or overpriced meals in poncy dining establishments, all you have to do is find & print out the recipe of your choice and you will soon be preparing a good meal to amaze your friends in the convenience of your own kitchen


This Ann's Texas Chili Recipe is one of our Mexican Recipes, which have been assembled from submissions from our readers and public domain sources. Obviously, with over 50,000 recipes in our cookbook it is impossible to try out every recipe in the collection, so please exercise caution and plan carefully. If you spot any thing that looks wrong, let us know.


 

Ann's Texas Chili Recipe

Meal Type

Appetizer Recipes
Baking Recipes
BBQ Recipes
Bread Recipes
Christmas Recipes
Crockpot Recipes
Dessert Recipes
Dip Recipes
Drink Recipes
Meal Recipes
Slow Cooker Recipes
Stew Recipes

Meats

Bacon Recipes
Beef Recipes
Chicken Recipes
Meat Recipes
Poultry Recipes
Salmon Recipes
Seafood Recipes
Turkey Recipes

Ethnic Recipes

Asian Recipes
Ethnic Recipes
Indian Recipes
Irish Recipes
Mexican Recipes

Cheese, Egg and Dairy

Cheese Recipes
Egg Recipes

Fruit and Vegetables

Bean Recipes
Kale Recipes.
Fruit Recipes
Grain Recipes
Salad Recipes
Vegetable Recipes
Vegetarian Recipes

Nutrition and Diet Recipes

Diet Recipes
Diabetic Recipes
Healthy Recipes
Low Carb Recipes

.