Cheap Dutch pot for you chilli heads

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Re: Cheap Dutch pot for you chilli heads

Postby Davy » 20 Jul 2012, 13:59

aris wrote:So what - do you used canned or dried beans? I was wondering if the temperature in the smoker would be enough to cook beans - i know that some types need a certain temperature to cook properly (hence why some do not cook in a slow cooker or crock pot).


I much prefer cowboy chilli ie without beans.
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Re: Cheap Dutch pot for you chilli heads

Postby Swindon_Ed » 20 Jul 2012, 14:07

aris wrote:So what - do you used canned or dried beans? I was wondering if the temperature in the smoker would be enough to cook beans - i know that some types need a certain temperature to cook properly (hence why some do not cook in a slow cooker or crock pot).


Beans :o :o :o

That's fighting talk in some chilli circles :lol:
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Re: Cheap Dutch pot for you chilli heads

Postby aris » 20 Jul 2012, 14:17

No beans? That's like BBQ with no smoke.
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Re: Cheap Dutch pot for you chilli heads

Postby keith157 » 20 Jul 2012, 15:17

When I do my chilli it's meat, onions seasoning/sauce. All the extras, beans, chees, grated chocolate etc go in bowls on the table. I picked that tip up at the old Chicago Meat Packers Restaurant decades ago. It's not traditional but it was the way they did it and made for a good sharing experience.
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