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Pork, Beans & Beer Chili

September/October 1996

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (17 votes)

Cumin, chipotle chile and oregano infuse this pork and pinto bean chili with lots of flavor.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was such a comfort Chili on a rainy cool autumn day! Ans quite easy to prepare. Since I roasted my bell peppers the day before.Very Delicious. Thank You for this one!!! "
Pork, Beans & Beer Chili Recipe

3 Reviews for Pork, Beans & Beer Chili

11/11/2012
Anonymous
Easy and tasty!

Very tasty and easy to make, I was afraid the pork would be dry but it was not at all. I used chicken broth instead of the beer and added a can of green chilis. I doubled the chipotle and it's still not spicy, I will try this again with about 4 tablespoons of minced chipotle in Adobo.

One important tip, I cooked this uncovered instead of covered for about 40-45 minutes instead of 30, I like very thick soups and chilis, if I had cooked it with the top on as directed, I feel it would have retained too much liquid.

I will make this again.

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11/02/2009
Anonymous

This was such a comfort Chili on a rainy cool autumn day! Ans quite easy to prepare. Since I roasted my bell peppers the day before.Very Delicious. Thank You for this one!!!

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10/21/2009

Haven't used the recipe yet. Will make a comment after I've prepared it.

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