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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny1 View Post
    I make Keto Chili Con Carne.
    If anyone wants, I'll tell 'em how.

    My wife is trying to get me into keto stuff now. I would like to see a simple recipe for it..


    Thank you ahead of time @tiny1 !



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    It would be an honor, Rickity.

    I like to use Steak Trimmings or some Sirloin cut into bite size strips, but feel free to use Ground Beef, or any meat you like. Venison works well, or a Combination of meats.
    If you want beans in your chili, you need to pick up a couple of cans of Black Soybeans. If they don't have em in the store, you may try Netrition.com. Once you have them, pour 'em in a freezer safe container, seal and FREEZE. Thaw, before making the chili. Makes em tender as a Mother's Love.
    Anyway, Brown your meat in a Sauce pot, and I use Lard. REAL lard. Remove the Meat. Put in 1 whole diced onion, 1 diced Green and 1 diced red Bell Peppers. When the Onion is getting translucent, add some sliced or diced jalapenos. Add a few tablespoons of Chili de Arbo or other mild chili powder, 1 tbsp. garlic powder and 1 tbsp. smoked Paprika. Add back the meat and if using, the soybeans. Once all that is "happy", add 1-14 oz can of Stewed tomatoes, and 2-3 tbsp. tomato paste. Adjust salt, and pepper and other spices. Add Beef Stock to get the proper consistency. Simmer, for 3 hours. If you want the best, Refrigerate and reheat the next day. Flavors marry overnight, and make it twice as good.
    The Beans and Tomatoes are what add the Carbs. By using half the tomatoes, and tomato paste, you avoid the excess carbs, and make this a Low Carb Dish. The Soybeans are Keto Friendly.

    I crumble Pork Rinds on top, and use a Dollop of Daisy, Sour Cream. Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny1 View Post
    It would be an honor, Rickity.

    I like to use Steak Trimmings or some Sirloin cut into bite size strips, but feel free to use Ground Beef, or any meat you like. Venison works well, or a Combination of meats.

    I crumble Pork Rinds on top, and use a Dollop of Daisy, Sour Cream. Enjoy.



    Thanks! This does not sound much different than regular chili. I omit beans and diced tomatoes anyway. The lard is a good trick.
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    Had a couple of chili recipes published in TODAY years ago.(knew the food writer) One was so silly. Started by simmering steak in broth until it could be shredded. That was the base meat. Had skinned seeded tomatoes as a sauce base.

    Wonder if anyone was dumb enough to try it? I actually made it and it was good, but way, way too much work. Chili is an easy dish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foghorn View Post
    I have a secret ingredient that rounds out the whole assortment of flavors just right - refried beans. Plus they tend to thicken things up as well.
    same with my ground pork chili. no tomatoes but a can of smashed bush great northerns to thicken it up. also chili powder and smoked paprika and sauteed onions. your choice of pepper. good stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickity Plumber View Post
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    Thanks! This does not sound much different than regular chili. I omit beans and diced tomatoes anyway. The lard is a good trick.
    That's what it is, actually. Using the Soybeans and tomato paste makes it low carb. But for me, the Tenderloin Trimmings make the chili. Chili d'arbo is great too, but if you want 4 alarm, add Cayenne.

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