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chili with cocoa and salsa


from www.shopworldkitchen.com. this is delicious! the original recipe simply said 4 sausages, i am guessing 1 pound, but you could probably use 1/2 a pound.note: i tried adding a can of black beans to my last batch - not my best experiment and i do not recommend it. :(


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  1. Slice sausages into about 6 pieces each
  2. Place in 6-quart stockpot or dutch oven and saut until well browned
  3. Remove to a mixing bowl and add ground beef to pot and brown
  4. Remove to mixing bowl
  5. Drain fat from pot and add olive oil
  6. Add onions and cook over medium-low heat until they are translucent
  7. Add garlic and cook another minute or two
  8. Or until the garlic is fragrant
  9. Return sausage and ground meat to pot
  10. Add jalapenos
  11. Salt
  12. Cumin
  13. Chili powder
  14. Oregano
  15. Tomatoes
  16. Salsa and cocoa
  17. Cover and simmer for 2 hours
  18. Adjust seasoning to taste
  19. Add kidney beans
  20. Cover again and cook 30 minutes

Step 11

Total Time in Minute 165

Ingredients Count 14

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Hot italian sausage

Lean ground beef

Olive oil


Garlic cloves

Fresh jalapeno peppers


Ground cumin

Chili powder

Dried oregano

Crushed tomatoes in puree



Canned red kidney beans

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