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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Sweats., Jun 13, 2012.
I might make a chilli tomorrow actually, stick it up on here mate.
I tend to go for
Tin of chopped tomatoes.
Just made chilli..
Took my old dear out for lunch today whilst my dad was being cared for. I had a lovely spicy sausage and chorizo stew, served with a nice handmade ciabatta. Was ****ing lovely, nice and spicy without killing the flavours. Seeing as I had that for lunch, just had bit of toast with some of my mates smoked sea trout pate tonight. Bloody lush too.
Marlboro or Richmond Superkings?
Sounded great until you said trout ffs.
If you have a big Tesco near you, go to the international section they usually have an American bit. You’ll find a bottle of it there near the liquid squeezy cheese.
I missed brown sugar. Sometimes use a cinnamon stick.
I would use actual garlic and actual chillies instead of powders.
Ground Coriander is a must.
Wouldn't put passatta in but would use chopped tomatoes, table spoon of puree and a splash of ketchup as the tomato options.
Don't know what smoke seasonings is and I wouldn't put Worcester sauce in, the rest go in though.
Plus, the controversial stick of cinnamon.
We have a good yank section in our Tesco... will have a look next time I’m in.
Love toasted ciabatta...crispy mind
I use it in loads of things. It’s good stuff.
You used to argue against this!
Bit of chocolate sorts out a chilli if no cinnamon to hand.
Ginge reading this
If you do use it then only a pinch as it can completely overpower other flavours. It’s the coconut cream of the spice rack.
It works, just drop it in when simmering and take it back out before serving.
Got to be a stick though, don't add ground cinnamon!
I don’t like coriander.
I also put fresh chilli in.
Prefer garlic powder in a chilli than actual garlic as I make the spice mix first.
Soften the onions, then cook out the purée add spice mix then add the mince cook it out then chuck in pasata, chopped tomatoes, kidney beans, Worcester sauce and liquid smoke and diced pepper and fresh chilli. Then bring to boil and simmer for as long as you can be arsed. Longer the better.