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    Chili Con Carne

    2.5 hrs to make • Serves 6-8


    6 slices Bacon
    2 lbs Ground beef chuck


    2 15 -ounce cans Black beans
    4 cloves Garlic
    1 Green bell pepper, large
    1 Onion, large
    2 tsp Oregano, dried
    1 28 -ounce can Plum tomatoes, whole

    Canned Goods

    1 1/2 cups Beef broth, low-sodium
    2 tbsp Tomato paste


    1 tbsp Hot sauce

    Baking & Spices

    1/4 cup Chili powder
    2 tbsp Cocoa powder, unsweetened
    1 Kosher salt
    2 tsp Paprika

    Nuts & Seeds

    1 tbsp Cumin, ground


    1 Cheddar cheese

    Beer, Wine & Liquor

    1 12 -ounce bottle Amber beer
    • Paula Zoller

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    • Kimmi Carroll

      Chili Con Carne from - my go to Chili recipe

    • jan wilson

      Chili Con Carne Recipe / Food Network

    • Darcie Bakes

      Chili Con Carne - bacon, ground turkey, onion, green pepper, garlic, salt, chili powder, cumin, paprika, oregano, tomato paste, amber beer, cocoa powder, plum tomatoes, beef broth, black beans, hot sauce, cheddar, scallions, sour cream

    • Katie Irby

      Chili con Carne. This stuff is awesome! My husband and I have made it multiple times and it's always a crowd pleaser. We even won a chili cook off with it at Verdigris Fire Dept!

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