2 (14.5ounce)size flour tortillas, torn into pieces
2 (14ounce)shredded colby-jack cheese, or cheddar
2jalapenosfrozen sweet corn kernels
1 (6ounce)can reduced sodium chicken broth
1 ¼cupcans black beans, drained and rinsed
1packetseeded and chopped
2teaspoonsSalt and Pepper to taste
Kosherfresh chorizo, casings removed
Optionalsliced bell peppers
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In a large skillet set over medium heat add ground beef and chorizo sausage (casing removed)
While breaking up the meat, cook until no longer pink
Remove meat from pan and drain on paper towels to remove grease
Add cooked meat to a large slow cooker along with diced tomatoes, black beans, jalapenos, tomato paste, bell peppers, yellow onion, corn, taco seasoning, chili powder, smoked paprika, cumin, kosher salt and pepper
Start off by adding in 3 cups beef stock and cook on high heat for at least 6 hours
The chili should not get dry but if it does, simply add more stock a little at a time
Serve with various toppings- sour cream, sliced jalapenos, lime, avocado, shredded cheese or corn chips
I wanted a recipe that would use some of my jalapeños from my garden. I found a slow cooker chili but added jalapeños and more onions to make a spicier version. The taco seasoning and spices makes it a Mexican style chili.
2cansinstead of these seasonings use McCormick Tex Mex chili seasoning pk)
1jarpeppers, seeds and most of ribs removed, chopped
1tablespoonhot cooked white rice
largeskinless chicken thighs (about 4), cut into thin strips
Ranch dry season mix
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Place all ingredients into a blender and blend to desired consistency
Serve with chips and enjoy! (If you want a thicker salsa you can add a can of tomato paste
I created this recipe one night when my husband wanted to have some salsa for a ball game. I did not want to go to the store for just one jar of salsa when I had already done my grocery shopping earlier in the week. After reading a few different recipes I figured I could make some with what ingredients I had already. When my husband tried it he told me not to buy the store bought stuff any more. Warning - the longer this salsa sits the hotter it will get!