Shimon Sandler

Spicy Chili Recipe for Hungry SEO’s

Once in awhile, I like to write a post that is unrelated to an SEO Consultant. You guessed it. It’s time once again for the Gourmet SEO (that’s me) to whip up another mouth-watering post. Side note: I think I’m gonna get a barbecue apron that says, “Gourmet SEO”.
Bowl of Chili

This past weekend, I was invited to a friends house for a barbecue. And, one of the many things he served was a Spicy Chili. It was perfect! Just the right amount of zing to leave a burning, flavorful taste in your mouth. My forehead broke out beading sweat after eating a half bowl of this stuff. My nose became a little runny. The cold Corona beer he served tasted so good with this. Also, I was especially ravenous after a good workout pumping some iron, so I felt like I could eat bowlfuls …but I didn’t.

This recipe is NOT in any book. My friend created it himself. It’s not like he is a chef. He is a NJ Real Estate Appraiser. So with his permission, below is his recipe.

Spicy Chili Recipe:
2 lbs ground beef (not lean).
2 six oz cans tomato paste.
4 medium onions – chopped.
2 green peppers – chopped.
8 cloves garlic – chopped.
2 Tbsp chili powder.
1 Tbsp cumin.
1 Tbsp. oregeno.
1/2 Tbsp basil.
1 can diced tomatoes.
1 can black beans.
1 can real kidney beans.
Salt – to taste.
2 Jalapeno Peppers.
1 can hot pepper mix (10 oz).

Saute Onions & Garlic in Olive Oil.
Brown meat in Olive Oil.
Add everything to pot & simmer for 2-3 hours.

Related Posts:
Gourmet Meatloaf for Hungry SEO’s.
Dairy Kugel recipe.

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  1. Sue says:

    We tried the Spicy Chili. It is awesome! We, my husband, altered it by adding 2 more jalapenos that was mentioned in the recipe. Yes, it was hot! But very, very good.
    Thank you very much.
    We are Susan’s grandparents…..shh..don’t tell her!

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