Talin’s Specialty Home Made Chili — With Baked Beans


I have not written a recipe in a while, so I decided to write one today. Here is how to make my famous home made chili. It is very simple to make.

What you will need:

Lean Ground Beef, 1 teaspoon of Salt, half teaspoon of Pepper, 1 teaspoon of All Spice, half teaspoon of Cinnamon,  a pinch or two of Chili Flakes, 1 teaspoon of Ground Powdered Chili,  4 tablespoons of Tomato Paste, Baked Beans with tomato sauce(3 cans), 2 Red Onions, 1 Red Pepper Washed and Chopped into bite sized pieces, 1 Can of Red Kidney Beans with the fluid drained and washed, then strained..

How To Prepare:

In 1 tablespoon of Olive Oil on Medium Heat, Cook the ground beef and part the beef as much as possible until they get into bits, but not too too much. want to have some Chunky little Ground beef, after that is well done and cooked, add in the 2 red onions chopped. then add about 1/3 of water so that it will steam together and cook. Then add the Salt, Pepper, Cinnamon, All Spice, Chili Flakes, Powdered Chili, let that all cook with the ground beef and onions, then after you put in the 1 red pepper, then you add the Tomato Paste. After all that is cooked, put in the red kidney beans and baked beans together. Now then put half a cup of water so that it becomes a bit more liquidy. Then make sure that the chili is very hot. Put the temperature in between High and Medium toward the middle and then voila! This serves to about 4-5 people.

Depending on the mildness to the hotness of the chili, it all depends on a persons preference how much hot spices like the powdered chili and chili flakes to put in.



10 thoughts on “Talin’s Specialty Home Made Chili — With Baked Beans

  1. I want to try this sometime. I am a total novice cook so it might take a few tries. If I can’t find all the ingredients here in Korea I will certainly try this when I go home to the states in September 🙂

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