Monday, July 26, 2010
Vampire Killer Chilli - Recipe
Jonathan Amsbary’s Vampire Killer Chilli
1 - 2 pound coarse ground beef (or turkey if you like)
1 large yellow onion -- chopped.
16 oz Chilli hot bean
16 oz. can crushed tomatos
8 oz. tomato sauce
8 oz. cold water
1 small can Jalepeno peppers (The green ones) or 4 green chillis chopped
2 tablespoons red chilli power
1 tablespoon sugar
2 tablespoon ground cumin
2 cloves garlic chopped
2 tablespoon paprika
1 teaspoon mesa or 2 Teaspoons of corn starch if you can't find any mesa.
1/4 teaspoon salt
Fry the beef, Onions and Garlic until brown—drain. In a large pot (I use a crock pot) add everything else. Then add the beef and onions. Bring to a boil and then simmer until enough water evaporates to get the thickness you like. In a crock pot cook on high for one hour and then low for at least three.
Serve hot. Goes great with cold beer and cornbread. Garnish with cheese or sour cream as desired.
Contributor’s Note: A word about hotness. There are a few ways to adjust the hotness to your liking. First of all you can add or subtract from the chilli powder. Second, choose the hotness of the Jalepenos. The milds have very little kick (but lots of flavor) and the Hot ones can be used to strip paint off your old cars. If you're a real masochist, you can use habenero chillis, but do so at your own risk and especially in a well ventilated kitchen (I'm not kidding about this, the fumes can knock you out, literally).
If you made the chilli and it's too hot for you, add more sugar and salt. Both cut the sting.
If you eat hot chilli (or anything too hot) DO NOT reach for the water, reach for some bread and butter. Most hot foods let the fat of the food carry the chemicals into your mouth. Drinking water is much like pouring water on a grease fire, it only spreads it around. The dough of the bread and the fat in the butter will calm your mouth very nicely.
There are a million variations to chilli, experiment and enjoy.
Contributed by: Jonathan Amsbary, author of The Kit Chronicles and Cyber Blood...David is a submissive and looking on line for a Mistress to dominate him.... What David finds instead is a vampire. This is one computer geek who definitely doesn’t find his heart’s desire in the Dominance and Submissive (D/s) chat room.