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Hearty Sausage Chili
Peter Bernard Schweiss
My chili is better because...
My recipe improves the original by adding to and condensing steps building off flavors and texture with sundried tomato and extra spice
Milder taste and love Italian flavors, also less heat for my chili and not a fan of beans.
it is hot!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I use vegetable juice instead of plain tomato juice and I simmer mine longer.
It is simpler to prepare and using pancetta and red wine enhances the Italian flavor of the Johnsonville sausage.
It's something different
Adding a variety of beans, the ancho chile purée & fire roasted tomatoes bumps up the flavor. The garnishes add a crunchy texture.
It's a fix it and forget it. It can be done in a slow cooker while you're at work, you have to love that
It has more complex flavor due to additional spices, pepper and vinegar.
I added some love! :)
EASY TO MAKE AND REALLY GOOD!
It includes ground Turkey meat and red beans making it even heartier!! I also prefer adding beer to chili then bourbon. Tastes better.
The extra spice gives it an extra kick. The fresh herbs and zest gives it an extra freshness that tantalizes the taste buds creating harmony.
It is fun to have a theme for a recipe, so the chef's use of bourbon suggested a Bloody Mary theme to me using vodka and traditional garnish
The use of oatmeal stout ale, tomato paste, and the real Ancho & Chipotle chile spices make this a bolder more exciting chili dish