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Old 11-25-2012, 12:09 PM
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I decided on making chili last night, so I went to the pantry and got the ingredients I needed. Once I got everything in the pot I realized that I didn't have any kidney beans. Thinking crap now what make it without the beans or try something different. I went back to the pantry and going through the cans of vegetables a can of whole kernel corn got my eye. Figured eh why not try it, if it don't work I got two dogs that will enjoy it.
Unfortunately for the dogs the chili turned out excellent! I think I am going to use corn from now on instead of kidney beans.

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Old 11-25-2012, 12:42 PM
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I always put corn in my chili, but I have never tried it with just corn and no beans.
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I always put corn in my chili, but I have never tried it with just corn and no beans.
i do a chicken chili with corn, it is a must have for that particular recipe
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:39 AM
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My stepdaughter does a Chicken Chili with corn. It's pretty good. There's a place near where I work that has what they call Garden Chili that has corn in it.
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:31 AM
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I decided on making chili last night, so I went to the pantry and got the ingredients I needed. Once I got everything in the pot I realized that I didn't have any kidney beans. Thinking crap now what make it without the beans or try something different. I went back to the pantry and going through the cans of vegetables a can of whole kernel corn got my eye. Figured eh why not try it, if it don't work I got two dogs that will enjoy it.
Unfortunately for the dogs the chili turned out excellent! I think I am going to use corn from now on instead of kidney beans.

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If you ask a Texan, real chili doesn't have beans in it anyway.
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If you ask a Texan, real chili doesn't have beans in it anyway.
Yeah I have run into a few of those Texans. But they also put fritos in their chili in Texas, and that's just disgusting.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:28 AM
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I dip peanut butter sandwiches in my chili. Lots of people think this is weird, but I don't know why. Peanut butter used to be a main ingredient in most chili recipes until people figured out that people with peanut allergies got sick. Something about the cumin or chili powder that goes with the peanut butter.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:35 AM
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I dip peanut butter sandwiches in my chili. Lots of people think this is weird, but I don't know why. Peanut butter used to be a main ingredient in most chili recipes until people figured out that people with peanut allergies got sick. Something about the cumin or chili powder that goes with the peanut butter.
Lol. I always thought my dad was the only one that did that. It is good though.
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Old 11-26-2012, 11:08 AM
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I dip peanut butter sandwiches in my chili. Lots of people think this is weird, but I don't know why. Peanut butter used to be a main ingredient in most chili recipes until people figured out that people with peanut allergies got sick. Something about the cumin or chili powder that goes with the peanut butter.
I also dipp peanut butter sandwiches in my chili...

Grilled cheese in my tomato soup etc etc
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Yeah I have run into a few of those Texans. But they also put fritos in their chili in Texas, and that's just disgusting.
I've done that before. I think it's good.

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I dip peanut butter sandwiches in my chili. Lots of people think this is weird, but I don't know why. Peanut butter used to be a main ingredient in most chili recipes until people figured out that people with peanut allergies got sick. Something about the cumin or chili powder that goes with the peanut butter.
My wife always eats a PBJ with her chili (or did before her gastric bypass surgery), but never dipped.
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i make a fall chili with brown suger and pumpkin in it..It's really different..They call it scarcrow chili..
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I also like to put sour cream and cheese on the top of the bowl. I got hooked on that at Wendy's
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I also dipp peanut butter sandwiches in my chili...

Grilled cheese in my tomato soup etc etc
Ha! Me too man. I love grilled cheese with my tomato soup. I had that yesterday for lunch.
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I decided on making chili last night, so I went to the pantry and got the ingredients I needed. Once I got everything in the pot I realized that I didn't have any kidney beans. Thinking crap now what make it without the beans or try something different. I went back to the pantry and going through the cans of vegetables a can of whole kernel corn got my eye. Figured eh why not try it, if it don't work I got two dogs that will enjoy it.
Unfortunately for the dogs the chili turned out excellent! I think I am going to use corn from now on instead of kidney beans.

Anyone else ever try experiments that worked out?
what do they call Chili in Chile?
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Ha! Me too man. I love grilled cheese with my tomato soup. I had that yesterday for lunch.
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Old 11-26-2012, 03:25 PM
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I think Texas Chili has no legumes in it at all, so you'll likely be alright. Just need to change your spices some to fit the new list of ingredients.

Agree with fred, corn is great in chili.
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Old 11-26-2012, 04:58 PM
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If you ask a Texan, real chili doesn't have beans in it anyway.
Nor corn !!!
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Yeah that Wolf Brand chili doesnt have beans....
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I've put a Hershey's bar in my pot of chili before. It adds a bit of sweetness to the pot. I also love adding corn to chili. I love my chili real chunky, so it has a lot of meat in it.
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I've put a Hershey's bar in my pot of chili before. It adds a bit of sweetness to the pot. I also love adding corn to chili. I love my chili real chunky, so it has a lot of meat in it.
Cincy chili has chocolate in it, as does skyline, and gold star.
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Yeah I have run into a few of those Texans. But they also put fritos in their chili in Texas, and that's just disgusting.

Why disgusting? The fritos hold their form better in liquid than crackers, not to mention they're way lower in cholesterol.
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I've put a Hershey's bar in my pot of chili before. It adds a bit of sweetness to the pot.
You'd like mole sauce.

I've also had hot chocolate with red pepper in it. Those flavors can go good together.
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fan of using a can each of kidney, pinto and black with a pound of sweet corn BUT it turns into more of a bean soup. I need to try this method with either ground meat or chunk of tomatoes.
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Why disgusting? The fritos hold their form better in liquid than crackers, not to mention they're way lower in cholesterol.
I think Fritos smell like dirty feet and the taste is gross to me. I like the texture, but just can't handle that smell and taste.
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I think Fritos smell like dirty feet and the taste is gross to me. I like the texture, but just can't handle that smell and taste.
Petro's and Sonic have made millions putting Fritos in chili. Maybe you should think before making judgments about people based on your own personal tastes.
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