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Old 06-08-2009, 06:21 PM   #1
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Chili Con Carne?

I've just made this Chili con Carne I - All Recipes
chilli con carne enough for 6 people, And I wold like to know if I can turn the rest into chilli con carne into chilly?


OR what else can I use this on besides chip dip?

I'm thinking it would be be great for Enchilada innereds?

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Old 06-08-2009, 07:03 PM   #2
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I'm scratching my head here. Its already chili, what do you want to turn it into?
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Old 06-08-2009, 07:36 PM   #3
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I agree with Alix. It is chili. You can put it in enchiladas, on hot dogs, in sloppy joes, over nachos, but it is what it is....chili
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chili dog all the way (texas wiener)

put hot dog in a bun top with mustard chili and chopped raw onions. yummy!! you can add cheese if you must.
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Old 06-08-2009, 07:52 PM   #5
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I'm scratching my head here. Its already chili, what do you want to turn it into?
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I agree with Alix. It is chile. You can put it in enchiladas, on hot dogs, in sloppy joes, over nachos, but it is what it is....chile
It's got beans in it, So it's not really chily :)



How ever it's mighty tasty And I was total pig tonight, I had 2 bowls of it and a big plate of Nacho's :)


Since this seems like a base recipe for chili, Can I add craw dad's, pine apples, shrimp. and make it in to a sea food like chile?
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"Con carne" simple means "with meat". It is simply a more descriptive name of the same thing.
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Old 06-08-2009, 08:21 PM   #7
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CC, the great beans vs no beans debate still rages, but what you made is considered "chili" by most of us. As Erik says "con carne" just means with meat.

I don't think I'd try putting any of that other stuff in it. If you want to use it up grab some tortilla shells and make it into taco type things. Or put it on salad, or put it on your nachos.
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CC, the great beans vs no beans debate still rages, but what you made is considered "chili" by most of us. As Erik says "con carne" just means with meat.

I don't think I'd try putting any of that other stuff in it. If you want to use it up grab some tortilla shells and make it into taco type things. Or put it on salad, or put it on your nachos.
in my book it's not chili without the beans.
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You can also freeze it if you don't want to use
it for anything else.
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Old 06-08-2009, 11:28 PM   #10
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You can also freeze it if you don't want to use
it for anything else.
i always freeze a pint of chili when i make it. to use for chili dogs later.
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