Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Chipotle Red Bean Chili is fast becoming one of my favorite things to offer as a sample at farmer's markets and grocery stores. Customer's keep telling me how much they like the flavor. The ground meat, red beans and chipotle sauce really seem to meld together to form a great tasting chili. This recipe is perfect for these hot days when you don't want to cook, but still want a quick and great-tasting Tex-Mex meal that is perfect to bring to a pot luck or serve at home.
Chipotle Red Bean Chili
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1/2 pound ground beef or turkey
1 16 ounce jar Larry's Southwestern Chipotle Sauce
1 15-ounce can of red beans
1. Warm the vegetable oil in a medium cooking pot.
2. Add the ground beef or turkey and cook until done.
3. Add one 16 oz. jar of Larry's Southwestern Chipotle Sauce and cook until hot.
4. Add one 15 ounce jar of red beans, drained and cook until hot.
5. Serve with a squeeze of lime, a dollop of sour cream and a few tortilla chips.
Larry’s Southwestern Sauces are all-natural Mexican cooking sauces to make chili, enchiladas, chicken mole, huevos rancheros, seafood, tacos or just to simmer your favorite meats in. Larry’s Sauces come in three flavors; Mole, Chipotle and Ranchero. All are made with fresh jalapeno and cilantro and a premium blend of herbs and spices.
Larry’s Southwestern Sauces are vegan and gluten-free, preservative-free and are made with no tree or ground nuts. Larry invented these sauces when he was a chef at a natural whole foods restaurant in the Midwest.
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