Friday, January 2, 2009

Sacred Excerement Chili

Time-lapse composite of a breath of fireImage via WikipediaBecause I made so many mouths water via Twitter prior to my New Years Eve party, here's the recipe for some seriously hot chili. No beans, because that's a hanging offense.

Sacred Excrement Chili - v 2.1* by Evo Terra



Total cooking time: 6 hours
Serves: 12 - 24, depending on how much they like chili and can handle the heat

Meat
    5 lbs pork roast, cut into 1/2" chunks
    1 lb pork sausage. If using links, split skin & scrape out filling


Fresh Goodies
    4 chipotle peppers, minced
    4 large Anaheim peppers, roasted, skinned, seeded & drained. Oh, and chopped.
    2 large green bell peppers, seeded & diced
    2 large yellow/sweet onions, diced
    1 entire bunch of cilantro, chopped. The more, the merrier.
    1 bulb (not a clove, the whole bulb) of garlic, crushed or minced
    5 stalks of celery, thick cut


Canned Goodies
    2 28-oz cans of diced tomatoes
    1 15 oz can of tomato sauce
    1 15 oz can of beef broth


Seasonings
    Between 1/4 teaspoon & 1/2 tablespoon of Habanero chili powder, depending on how much you can handle -- you decide.
    May substitute for "normal" chili powder @ 8 tablespoons
    2 tablespoons ground cumin
    1 teaspoon dried majoram leaves
    1 tablespoon dried Mexican oregano leaves
    1 tablespoon ground black pepper
    1 teaspoon salt


Secret Ingredients
    1 cup raisins
    2 cups steel cut oats


Directions
    Combine Meat (do not brown first), Fresh Goodies & canned tomatoes (not the tomato sauce) into large cooking pot. Mix well & slowly bring mixture to a boil, then quickly reduce heat to a simmer.

    Add tomato sauce, broth and all Seasonings (go easy on the Habanero to start, remember it's easy to add, not take out) to a blender. Blend. Pour over and mix well in the simmering pot.

    Cover & stir occasionally, making sure to not allow any burning on the bottom.

    After 2 hours, add Secret Ingredients.

    Continue cooking & stirring for an additional 4 hours. Add additional oats to increase thickness as necessary.

    Serve with whatever else you want in your chili. But I highly recommend tasting it first. Oh, and having a beer handy. 'Tis a touch warm -- of temperature and of spice.


That's it. And once you have it, you'll know why it's called Sacred Excrement Chili. And if you're still unsure, buy a thesaurus.

Change Log:
  • 1/21/09 - Added variable amounts for habanero powder


This recipe borrows heavily from "The" Chili Recipe (v 1.2) from Russ Kerlin.

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11 comments:

  1. Mnnn, truly, TRULY this was tasty business. 'Tis a touch warm, to be sure, but sacred excrement is it good!

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  2. Glad you liked it, Time. It went really well with some Cappuccino I pilfered.

    E.

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  3. That really was damn good! It was definitely spicy.... for white people. Oh snap.

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  4. Hey Evo, I would love for you to add this recipe to my new website at http://dinnerordisaster.com/ or, with your permission natch, I can add it. I mean, it's not like you need another social network to join, right? ;-)

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  5. Add away, Dan. Standard CC way of doing things!

    E.

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  6. Evo, at what point do you add the beef broth? Is it supposed to be with the Meat, Fresh Goodies & canned tomatoes?

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  7. Corrected text, Dan. Thanks!

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  9. Only 1/4 tsp of habanero powder? Sissy! I just **LOVE** habanero. I usually spread Mayakut habanero sauce (it's actually more like a paste) over meats or pizza. I think there are several places you can get it over the Internet. Try it, you'll love it!

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  10. Increase as you need, Doc. I like a bit more myself. This is the edge of "comfortable" for most folks who aren't afraid of "mild" salsa. :)

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