Firstly, I feel that Tomatoes have no business in my chili pot.
Otherwise, it's called "Spicy Marinara"
2 lbs lean or fatty ground beef
1 lbs ground pork
1 lbs ground chicken
5 cups Kidney beans (or if you dislike beans, no problemo, just delete the beans.)
1/2 cup Chili powder
1/2 cup ground cumin
1 large red onion
1 cube of beef stock
2 BULBS of garlic (That's two whole plants folks....I LOVE the schuff)
1 large Anaheim Chili pepper or 3 small Jalapeños will do
Big 'ol bag of Tortilla Chips.
In a bowl bigger than the Red onion, fill with cold water.
Chop the onion into shaves or small cubes and dump into bowl with cold water, then shove into the fridge. (This will take all the bite from the Onion and make it sweet, and this also works for making salads cripsy!
Step 2. In a large bowl, mix the Ground Beef, Pork and Chicken together and mush it up with your hands and spatula. Make sure to clean any items which touches the meat very well and soon afterwards in hot, soapy water to avoid cross contamination.
Step 3. place on high heat, a large stew pot (Cast Iron works best) let the pot become hot, then add the meat and brown on the outside only! Leave it a bit pink.
Turn the heat to low, and add 3 cups of water with Beef stock, and add the 1/2 cup Chili powder
and 1/2 cup ground cumin.
Step 4.Peel and cube All the garlic and chilies. In a separate pan, using a light oil, brown the garlic and chili cubes, then dump into the Chili pot.
Step 5. Stir the Chili for about 1 or 2 hours, (it's basically good after one, but gets a deeper flavor the longer it sits.)
Add the Beans about 20 minutes before you are ready to eat. Add or delete water to taste. (I like mine nice and thick!)
Scoop out into a bowl and savor the awesome-ness.
Add cheese, Red Onion, Sour cream and Tortilla-Chips (Or put it on Omelets, Hot-Dogs, Burgers, or WHAT-EVEAH! It's ALL GOOD!