Will the Panthers or the Broncos win?
At least we know that our FarmEats Super Bowl 50 Chile will always be a winner!
Slow and low cooking melds the flavors together and enhances the medley of ingredients, over a few hours.
Serves 4, with enough left over for lunches during the week.
Need about 2 pounds FarmEats grass fed ground beef (defrosted).
In an olive oiled stock pot, sauté 2 chopped medium onions, and a handful of chopped garlic cloves. After the onions are browned, add 5 chopped medium tomatoes, and simmer for about 30 minutes, stir occasionally.
Add a quart of beef stock into the stock pot, and also a tablespoon of; sea salt, Mexican Chili powder, smoked Spanish paprika, turmeric, basil, oregano, a teaspoon grounded black pepper, and depending on how hot and spicy you like- add hot chili/or cayenne powder, let simmer on low heat for an hour, stir occasionally.
Next, break up the FarmEats grass fed ground beef into small pieces and add them to the stock pot, and let simmer for about 45 minutes, stir occasionally.
Then add 1 large can of rinsed kidney beans, and simmer for an additional 45 minutes, stir occasionally. While simmering; chop a few scallions, shred some jack cheese, and put some of your favorite taco chips into separate bowls for toppings.
Chile will be ready when you can eat it with a fork!
Ready to enjoy!