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Synonyms for chili

ground beef and chili peppers or chili powder often with tomatoes and kidney beans

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With the production of red chilies reduced by 50 per cent, the demand for the chili is increasing which the farmers and traders are unable to supply.
Onions, garlic, and fresh chilies are sauteed with miso in a large pot until soft.
A variation on that story says the dish was popularized by Texas cowboys on cattle drives who planted chilies, oregano and onions along trails so they could add flavor to the meat they ate on cattle drives.
Just as trying to spell the word "chili" can be confusing, many types of chilies have two names or more, each.
With 65 to 320 milligrams of sodium per cup, Health Valley runs rings around Hormel chilies like Vegetarian with Beans (780 mg) and Less Sodium with Beans (930 mg).
If you would like to make a ristra, look for chilies at farmers' markets and produce stands-or harvest from your garden if plants produce bountifully.
Photo: Even chili purists are warming up to meatless variations such as Vegetarian Chili with Bulgur (right), a decidedly spicy recipe with chopped green chilies, hot vegetable juice, and two kinds of beans.
Always wear gloves when working with chilies to help prevent the oils from touching your skin.
with some big differences Different inside and out from traditional chilies rellenos (stuffed chilies), these lean and simple versions are grilled au naturel--in their skins.
As part of the partnership, ConAgra Foods will sponsor a $5,000 prize for the winning red chili that includes ingredients from the company's brands, such as Hunt's tomato products, Gebhardt's(R) chili powder and Ro*Tel(R) diced tomatoes and chilies.
However, she's made several changes - including using black beans instead of kidney beans, adding chopped green chilies and cayenne pepper and substituting ground turkey for beef - to suit her husband's taste.
Quality brands and products like Hunt's(R) tomatoes, Gebhardt(R) chili powder, Ro*Tel(R) diced tomatoes & green chilies, Gilroy Foods(TM) garlic and Wesson(R) Oil, are helping consumers and chili fans across America make their own world-class chili.
You'll also see the words chilies and chillies used as a plural in reference to the ``chili'' or ``chilli'' pepper.
ConAgra Foods has also agreed to sponsor a $5,000 prize for the best chili recipe that includes ingredients from the company's many brands, such as quality Hunt's tomato products, Gebhardt's chili powder, Ro*Tel(R) diced tomatoes and green chilies, and Gilroy garlic.
In its traditional form, according to Jonathan Norton Leonard's ``American Cooking: The Great West'' (Time-Life Books, Foods of the World, 1971), ``it is made essentially of half-inch cubes of beef, preferably rather tough, and of dried red chilies, about 12 pods to each three pounds of beef.