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My son and I cooked up a batch of 4 bean hot Italian deer sausage chili for that ugly Steeler game. At least the chili turned out good. We'll get em next year !
 

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Here's the recipe ,but we don't really measure. Funny, it always turns out good.
About 1 1/2 lbs. hot Italian deer sausage browned in olive oil
4 20 oz.cans beans (chili, black,pinto,kidney,drained) or what you like
1 29 oz. Can tomato puree
Chopped onion,about 1/2 large
Crushed red pepper
Chili powder
Black pepper
Texas Pete hot sauce
About 1/2 chopped green pepper
When you think you have enough chili powder add little more.
Cook on slow simmer about 2 hours, stir every 15 min. Enjoy
 

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Here's the recipe ,but we don't really measure. Funny, it always turns out good.
About 1 1/2 lbs. hot Italian deer sausage browned in olive oil
4 20 oz.cans beans (chili, black,pinto,kidney,drained) or what you like
1 29 oz. Can tomato puree
Chopped onion,about 1/2 large
Crushed red pepper
Chili powder
Black pepper
Texas Pete hot sauce
About 1/2 chopped green pepper
When you think you have enough chili powder add little more.
Cook on slow simmer about 2 hours, stir every 15 min. Enjoy
Thanks. I will try this. :D
 

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Beans on the side.......................Not in the chili....................OMG
Burn the purists!

You can also omit tomatos, garlic, onion and anything but meat and peppers.


Personally I like FLAVOR with my meat and peppers and that includes beans... Lots of beans... :)
 

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That's similar to how I make it and I don't measure either. Always comes out great. Works with turkey sausage. Sometimes I'll add a beer {no light beer}. Adds a good kick. I like the pinto, black, and navy beans in it. I even tried walnuts in it once - awesome!
 
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