How to Make Homemade Chili

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Making homemade chili requires you to have access to a few key ingredients and that you follow a few very important steps. Make homemade chili with help from a restaurant owner and cookbook author in this free video clip.

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Hi I'm Bryan from Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue in Cape Creek, Arizona. I have a restaurant and I've written a cookbook and I'd like to share a recipe with you today. We're going to make homemade chili. The difference with this chili is that I'm going to make it with smoke brisket. So right here I have a brisket, that actually I've smoked it in the restaurant for 14 hours. So what I need to do is I need to chop that up and get a pound of that. So that's what I have here. Pound of chopped brisket. This is a very easy recipe. I start with two tablespoons of olive oil, three quarters of a cup red onion, and then you want to sautee that, pretend this is on a stove here, pretend to sautee that up nicely. Then we're going to add our dry ingredients. Three tablespoons of chili powder, one teaspoon of salt and a quarter of a teaspoon of black pepper. It's very important to cook your dry spices. Brings out the flavor. After that sautees a little bit, we're going to add 28 ounces of crushed tomatoes. And I took a can of whole plum tomatoes and I crushed it with my hands, gives it a nice texture. Pour that in there. 15 ounce can of cooked black eyed peas. Three cloves of garlic, all chopped up. And one half of one jalapeno. In there. And last but not least, the one pound of chopped brisket. Stir that. We're going to put that on the stove, going to let that simmer probably about 15 minutes. And our finished product is right here. This is our beef brisket chili with serve that with bread and a nice jalapeno if you'd like more information about me, my restaurant or my cookbook, please check out


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