Carroll Shelby's custom chili kit features individual packets of spices, cayenne, masa flour, and salt that let you season two pounds of meat just the way you like. Delicious on its own or atop burgers, tacos, or salads. Just add creativity and your own special fixin's. In 1967, racecar legend Carroll Shelby transformed 200,000 acres of mining ghost town into sacred Texas ground: the first-ever chili cook-off at Terlingua. What began as a non-stop party of fire-breathing chiliheads morphed into an annual, world-famous championship, and Shelby and fellow judge C.V. Wood founded the International Chili Society (ICS). But while everybody else at those cook-offs was fussin' and wranglin' over who claimed the best chili recipe, Shelby knew the simple truth: that it really only matters to the person who's eating it. Ever the entrepreneur, he began giving away his own chili fixings, handing the stuff out in brown paper bags he designed over a friend's kitchen table. His customizable concoction grew so popular that by the sixth ICS cook-off, "Carroll Shelby's Original Texas Chili Kit" was on the market. Today you'll find Shelby's four-part Chili Kit in a box, still imbued with original Texas flair and his original philosophy: "It's what you want when you make it. You can put in anything you feel like at the time... make it one way one time, another time, a little different. Make it up to suit your mood."
Ingredients: CORN MASA FLOUR, CHILI PEPPER, GARLIC POWDER, CUMIN, OREGANO, ONION, PAPRIKA, SALT, CAYENNE PEPPER.
Instructions: You'll Need: 2 lbs ground beef; 1 - 8 oz can tomato sauce; 2 cups water; salt (optional). Cooking Instructions: Brown 2 lbs ground beef in a large skillet. Drain fat. Add tomato sauce, water and spice packet. To Fix It Mild, omit cayenne pepper. To Fix It Hot, stir in entire cayenne pepper packet. Cover and simmer for 15 minutes. For thicker chili, mix masa flour with 1/3 cup water. Stir in and let simmer for 5 more minutes. Add salt to taste. Prep Time: 5 minutes. Cook Time: 30 minutes. Makes: 6 - 8 oz servings. Create your own chili by adding one or more of the following suggestions: chopped onion or green peppers when browning ground beef; omit 1 cup water and add one 14 oz can of diced tomatoes; 15 oz can kidney or pinto beans during the last 5 minutes of cooking; top off your creation with shredded cheese, sour cream or diced tomatoes; also great over taco salads, hot dogs, spaghetti and hamburgers.
Nice and hot!!!!!
Nice and hot!!!!!