Immediately after waking up (much different than Getting Up), I had a craving for chili. For more than an hour I mulled it over... Chili for breakfast? Should I? Or Shouldn't I?
With one comment, I headed downstairs to make a late breakfast. Want to know how I did it? Here's how:
Before moving forward, you'll need to *score some chili.
Step 1: Put some chili in your bowl.
Optional: Take a picture for your blog.
Step 2: Add more because that doesn't look like enough chili.
Step 3: Heat it up.
Step 4: Add your cheese and crackers.
Optional: Take another picture for your blog.
Step 5: Stir. Enjoy!
Optional: Take one last picture for your blog.
Step 6: Digest.
Step 7: Poop it out.
Optional: Exit burns.
*When having chili for breakfast, it's imperative that the chili is already made; today's breakfast was leftover from Sunday's dinner. Here's how I made it:
- One giant crock pot
1 lb Ground Turkey
1 lb Spicey Sausage
6 Strips of Bacon
2 Medium Yellow Onions
1 Medium Red Onion (technically its purple)
1 Medium Green Pepper
1-2 Tsp Minced Garlic
- CANNED GOODS
4 Cans (14.5 oz) Diced Tomatoes with Green Chiles
1 Can (14.5 oz) Chili Hot Beans
1 Can (14.5 oz) Red Beans
1 Can (14.5 oz) Dark Red Beans
1 Can (14.5 oz) Black Beans
½ Tsp Celery Seed
1 ½ Tsp Chili Powder
1 Tsp Red Pepper
½ Tsp Salt
1 Tsp Cumin
- NOT A MEAT, VEGGIE, OR SEASONING
1 Cup Beef Broth
Step 1 – Cook the bacon and then chop it up. Brown the turkey and sausage (cook them separately). Dump all meats into the crock pot.
Step 2 – Wash and chop your veggies. Dump them into the crock pot.
Step 3 – Open up the canned goods. Dump them into the crock pot. (Recycle your cans, yo!)
Step 4 – Add your seasonings to the crock pot. (I like to mix my dry seasonings together in a separate bowl, and then add them to the crock pot.)
Step 5 – If there’s still room, add one cup of beef broth.
Step 6 – Close the crock pot. On high, it will take about 5-6 hours to cook.
Serving size: feeds a butt-load of people.
Listening to: Man Man - Zebra