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Shredded Chuckie Chili and Beer Bread

 
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 23 10 2:07 pm    Post subject: Shredded Chuckie Chili and Beer Bread Reply with quote

So I had a fair amount of Shredded Chuckie left over and decided to make a chili, gumbo type thing.. Not sure exactly what to call it other than darn good... To go with it I made up a bacth of Cowgirls Drum Beer Bread with Jalepenos and Sharp Chedder.. I think I should have brushed the top with a little egg wash since I did it in the oven but either way it tastes phenominal...





Couple Yellow Onions, Some Carrots, Celery, Red Bell Pepper, and Garlic all sauted down.





Couple pounds of Hamburger, couple finely chopped Chipotles, Red Pepper flakes, Chilli Powder, Cumin, SW spice(can't remember what was in it have to look at my recipe the next time I make it), Fiar amount of the rub that I used on the Chuckies originally(Ron's In The House), Salt n Pepper. Simmered it all down deglazed the pan with some good Merlot.



Then into the Crockpot she goes. Along with ~2lbs of Shredded Chuckie and 2 cans of Fire Rosted tomatoes, and 6oz of Tomato paste,Topped with 1 box of Low Sodium Beef Stock.



Simmered for about 4 hours topped with some cheese and Sour Cream. Served over a bed of Uncle Ben's Wild Rice



Beer Bread. I mixed in about 1/4 of Chopped pickled Jalepenos and a couple handfuls of Sharp Shredded Cheddar. Baked it in a 300F oven for about 1 15min.

Sorry for the poor pic quality I think my camera is trying to give up the ghost.
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