Bloody Maria Chili

July 19, 2018

Bloody Maria Chili

Eating Chile is habit forming!  The capsaicin that’s in chile peppers not only affects the level of heat of the pepper, it also adds to the level of your addiction! 

Because Bloody Maria Mix is already perfectly seasoned with New Mexico Hatch Chiles, we make the perfect chili.

This recipe is so simple and easily adjusted.  Add more veggies in your version like carrots and green peppers. Add more spices like cumin!  Top with raw onions, peppers, and  colby jack cheese.  Serve with rice to tortillas!  Add it to your nachos, sandwiches, hot dogs, and so much more!  

This is why we are Making’ Beef BETTER!

Bloody Maria Chili

Ground Beef 2 pounds
Cooked Beans  2-3 cups  
Bloody Maria Mix 1 jar 
Onion 1 medium
Celery 2 stalks 
Garlic Cloves 2
Tomato 2 cups diced or 
2 cans crushed tomatoes 
*Tomato Sauce 1 can

1. Dice onion, garlic and celery, ground beef. Season with salt and pepper. Cook until beef is browned. 

2. Add Bloody Maria Mix, cooked beans of your choice, and tomatoes.  Simmer on low for 45 mins. Use extra tomato sauce if needed for your desired taste and consistency. 

 

Be sure to check out our Huevos Rancheros Recipe that puts our Bloody Maria Chli to good use! 






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