Firehouse Chili “Mr. Deadly”

OK, got stalled on the catching up. Really have a recipe backlog. First up: my first take on a firehouse chili which I shall call Mr. Deadly

This is a warning of things to come:
Firehouse Chili Mr. Deadly

2 lb beef stew meat
1 can green chilies
4 serrano chilies, chopped
4 jalapeno chilies, chopped
3 cloves garlic
1-2 tbsp cayenne
1 large onion, chopped
1 15 oz can pinto beans
1 14.5 oz can tomatoes

Brown the meat. Drain the fat.

Put the onions and beans in slow cooker. Meat on top. Everything else on top of that. You might want to put the spices somewhere in the middle, but you’re going to stir it anyway, so no biggee.


Serve with sour cream, cheese, the jalapeno cheese bread, and lottttts of milk.

chili served
This may look innocent, but trust me… it’s a vicious little bastard.

I like hot stuff. I really do. This chili is beyond heat. We’re into serious gastro danger territory here. I like it better after it had marinated in the fridge for a week, actually. This chili is not for the faint of heart and/or weak of the anii.

Review: 3/5