Tuesday, June 18, 2013

I'm back with another family favorite recipe!!  Chili!  This isn't your ordinary chili either.  This is HAWAIIAN CHILI!  Now I know in the states yall like it hot and spicy.  While we still keep some heat, we like our  hawaiian chili a little more balanced with sweetness (per say).  You will love my Hawaiian Chili recipe because the flavor profile is balances and it is easy to throw together.  This chili is as simple as simple gets.  If you're in a rush you can skip the browning of the meat or sauteeing of the onion and just throw it all in a pot and let it simmer baby!  Bring on the recipe!
1 onion, chopped or diced (your preference)
1 pound of ground meat
1 package of portuguese sausage (linguica), sliced and halved or quartered (your preference)
1-2 15oz cans of chili or pinto beans (your preference)
1 can of diced tomatoes (optional)
1 Family Size Can of Tomato Soup
Garlic (to your heart's content)
2-3 Tbsp Chili Powder (to start with... add to your desired "heatness")
Water (use the can of tomato soup)

If you want to be fancy... saute your onions, then brown the meat.  If you need to... drain it.  Then add everything else to the pot and let simmer at least 20 minutes, if not longer.  If you're using the pinto beans without added chili sauce in the can you may want to drain and rinse the beans.  If the chili looks a little thick, you can thin with some water (use the can of tomato soup to get out the remnants of soup missed) or stock.  Also you can just add more tomato soup and then more chili powder to balance it out.  Remember.. it is easier to add heat later on then to cover it up.  Also note that if you use diced tomatoes, you will get some liquid from that too.

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  1. Hello came over to visit you from A Little Claireification party to check your chilli out! fall will be here sooner than we want and chilli is a must cook up here in Mi! Thanks for sharing looks delicious! One can't never have enough chilli recipes!!! Lizy@

  2. Thanks so much for sharing at our "Best Of The Weekend" party! I pinned this to our party board and to another big board too. :)


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