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Why do people insist Chili con Carne is literally meat with chili.

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Why do people insist Chili con Carne is literally meat with chili. Friend of mine thinks chili is a paprika and tomatoes aren't needed. Just onions, meat, and chili. Didn't even bother making rice with it. Fuck that, bread from a bakery.

When I make it I include: ground cumin, coriander, baked/kidney/black eyed beans, peppers, paprika, thyme, garlic, onions, cayenne, paprika and tomatoes. With basmati rice.

It's literally the laziest recipe to make and yet people settle mediocrity. God damn borderline people.
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Actually, what you make is a stew, not a chili. Chili does not have beans in it.
But of course you know that you low test troll.
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>>7109330
>chili con carne
>no tomatoes
ISHYGDDT
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>>7109322
>Why do people insist Chili con Carne is literally meat with chili

Because that's what the name of the dish means. Chili peppers with meat.
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>using minced beef
>putting beer in chili
>using CRUSHED OR PUREED TOMATOS
>putting corn and beans in chili
>using red wine or coffee
>putting bell pepper in chili

Jesus fucking Christ, you guys are clowns.
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>>7109387
>muhhh purity meat sauce dish!
Fedora
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>>7109322
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>>7109397
Say that to my face not online motherfucker and see what happens.

Oh right, you're just a Eurosyrian who is too busy sucking muslim dick
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>>7109322
>Why do people insist Chili con Carne is literally meat with chili

Because, you see, "con carne" means "with meat" in Spanish. So the dish is, quite literally, "chilli with meat". If that didn't blow your mind, "duck a l'orange" literally means "duck with orange".

Every day's a school day!
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>>7109322
>Didn't even bother making rice with it

Wait, that's a bad thing? Since when do people eat chili with rice? I've seriously never heard of this.

The strangest take I've seen on chili was by a friend of mine who basically just made a chili/meat stew-like mixture and served it over refried beans. I guess that's traditional in Northern New Mexico. It was really good, by the way.
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>>7109322
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>>7109422
>Since when do people eat chili with rice? I've seriously never heard of this.

You'll see all sorts of scary things in flyoverland anon.
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>>7109322
As a food historian and a lifelong fan of chili, this is the correct answer:
>If it grows on the Mexican/Texas border it is fine to include in chili.
This is the only correct answer.
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So what DO you eat with chili?

>dont say fucking spaghetti
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>>7109490
Nothing. It's a stew, not a sauce. You eat it on its own, not on something else. Corn bread works as a side dish, though.

Why would you put chili on rice?
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>>7109416
>"duck a l'orange" literally means "duck with orange"
Actually it literally means "duck to the orange"
Get a passport, travel a little and then you may just be able to give sound advice.
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>>7109499
It's literally just meat in a hot sauce though. It's not a stew.
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>>7109502
Yes but as "duck to the orange" is meaningless gobbledegook in English, I didn't use the literal translation. It's called "not being an autistic tryhard". Yet here you are.
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>>7109504
>literally
No.
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>>7109511
You said literally.
You were incorrect.
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>meat in a sauce is a stew

Well, I guess Bolognese sauce is a stew then, too!
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>>7109416
>duck is a French word.
Silly canard.
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>>7109519
Correct.
>A stew is a combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in liquid and served in the resultant gravy.
Your knowledge of food is worse than your knowledge of the french language.
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>>7109515
>You said literally.
>You were incorrect.

That's a valid complaint.

>>7109523
So while we're being pedantic; "duck a l'orange" is an anglo interpretation of "canard a l'orange", and are really different dishes. It's just that English speaking plebs picked up that "duck a l'orange" as it was easier for them to understand, and people started to use it in English to refer to the original "canard a l'orange", too.
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>>7109527
>combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in liquid
>literally 50% of all dishes are stews now
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>>7109532
what do you think à la carte means, my friend?
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>>7109544
What's "from the menu" (not a literal translation) have to do with canard a l'orange?
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>>7109532
But duck à l'orange isn't just duck and oranges. So your point about chili doesn't work,
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>>7109565
...and Chilli isn't just chilli with meat, but that's the literal translation, which explains why "people insist Chili con Carne is literally meat with chili". Because technically, it is.
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>>7109551
doesn't carte mean map?
sorry if stupid.
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>>7109569
Yeah however just chili with meat is dull as hell and will never get you laid.
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But what about cream? You guys like cream in your chili? I love cream in my chili.
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>>7109670
>putting cream in a stew
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>>7109670
Fraishe and guacamole /w lime is tasty
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>>7109695
A dollop or so of sour cream on the top of a bowl of chilli is great, but I'd never add anything creamy directly to it cooking/before serving
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>>7109330

OP's use of rice is rather suspicious, but it is nonsense that chili doesn't contain beans. It's all up to the cook. If you don't like the way the cook made the chili, then instead of bitching about it, go make your own the way you want it.
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>>7109322
Most people imagine CCC to be meat, chili, tomatos, beans, onions garlic.

Who cares what autismals say.
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>>7109670
I only put a bit of sour cream on top once it's served.
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>>7109322
I honestly think the people that don't have chilli in their chilli concarni are much worse than those people. Nothing worse than a tepid chilli.
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>>7111713
I don't like it too spicy desu
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>>7109373
>go to coworker's cookout
>ask for a cheeseburger
>there's fucking lettuce and tomato on it
>"e-excuse me, i-it's called a cheeseburger, not a cheese-lettuce-tomato-beef sandwich."
>no one pays attention to me
>everyone wonders why I was invited

I fucking hate shit cooks
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>baked beans in chili

brit detected

why do you think your opinion on an american dish matters even a little bit?
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>>7109527

that definition is plainly wrong though.
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>yet people settle mediocrity

It's not "settling for mediocrity" when you don't dump half the contents of your cupboard into your chili

Carbonara doesn't become better by adding peas, chicken, cream, green beans, rosemary, thyme and tarragon
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>>7111738

It's a chili thread you fucking retard. Get lost with your carbonara shit, no one cares.
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>>7111738
doesn't it? Less isn't necessarily more, nor is more necessarily less.
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>>7109499
>>7109490
>>7109422
Here in new mexico we put chile on literally everything and it can be a sauce. You can make a roux with some garlic, put in some red chile powder till fragrant and add water or some broth, cook till it thicken. Then you can proceed to put it on anything and everything. like eggs, burgers, refied beans, burritos or just eat it alone with some bread. You can also add in some ground beef and potatoes and make a stew. You people's idea of what chili is is very narrow minded t b h
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>>7111888
>Here in new mexico

Stopped reading right there
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There's literally nothing wrong with Uncle Ben's
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>>7111889
but why?
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so what's the best recipe for chili con carne
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>>7112224
fry onion, garlic, chilies and ground spices (cumin and maybe paprika)
brown ground beef
add tomato paste (optional)
add liquid - beer, stock, water, whatever you have
add tomatoes (optional)
simmer for an hour
add beans (optional)
add some mexican oregano
simmer another 20 minutes
serve with rice or cornbread or crackers or whatever you like

that's my weekday chili
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>>7112237
>beer

lmao no
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>>7112239
beer is great
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>>7112274
dude i love beer bro IPA all the way bro hey check out my new belt pretty sweet huh bro got little skulls on it bro
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Beans or no beans, you guys do at least use dried chilies that you toast, soak, and blend - don't you?
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>>7112286
Not only is your post bad but you have your meme stereotypes all wrong.
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>>7109409
Ohh internet tough guy.
Im an americlap lardass.
Go enjoy your meat water dish.
Btw: beans can go in chili :^)
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>>7109504
"A stew is a combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in liquid and served in the resultant gravy."

It should be mostly meat, cooked and served in a chili-based sauce. How is this not a stew?
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