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My chili

Makes a really good and simple chili


Spice Mix

  • 15 g chili, I typically use dried chilies but chili powder is fine
  • 5 g salt
  • 3 g garlic powder
  • 2 g cumin
  • 2 g oregano
  • 1 g cinnamon

Meat and shit

  • 500 g minced meat
  • 33 cl water
  • 2 tbsp tomato pure
  • 1 yellow onion
  • oil
  • Cornmeal
  • 1 can of kidney beans


  • Rice
  • Nachos
  • Tortilla bread


  1. Dice the onions and make the spice mix.

  2. Render the fat from the minced meat in a pan and pour it into a disposable container and do not pour it into the sink.

  3. Fry the onion in the oil in a large, stainless steel pot, add the meat and fry for a few minutes.

  4. Mix in the water, tomato pure, beans and spice mix and let come up to a boil with the lid slightly ajar. When the pot is simmering turn down the heat and let simmer on low for as long as you want, longer is better.

  5. By the end of cooking, cook some rice to serve with. Optionally you can mix some cornmeal into the pot to thicken the mix.

Additional tips

  • For gluten free use gluten free tortilla bread.
  • For a vegetarian/vegan chili you could use some quorn mince, although I cannot guarantee that it will actually be good.
  • To the spice mix you may use whichever chilies you can get your hands on, I tend to use a mix of ancho, cascabel and piri piri, but you may use whatever you please.
  • To make the dish more climate friendly you may use a mix of beef and pork mince instead of pure minced beef. Alternatively you may use chicken mince, which may lead to an 80% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
  • As a whole the dish itself is free from gluten, lactose, milk protein, nuts, socialism, communism and immigrants.

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