Ingredientsservings 826 cals
- Brown ground beef in skillet with onions. Drain fat.
- Place the whole peppercorns, bay leaves, small red peppers, and crushed red pepper in a spice bag.
- In a large pot combine the garlic, tomato paste, water, chili powder, ground red pepper, vinegar, cinnamon, allspice, Worcestershire sauce and salt with the ground beef, onions and spice bag. Cook over low heat for 3 to 4 hours.
- When ready to serve, don't forget to remove spice bag and whole garlic cloves.
Per Serving: 826 calories; 58.1 g fat; 26.8 g carbohydrates; 51.6 g protein; 197 mg cholesterol; 1346 mg sodium. Full nutrition
ReviewsRead all reviews 9
This is great Cincinnati chili! "Medium sweat" as far as spiciness. I served it over spaghetti pasta topped with shredded colby/jack cheese and chopped sweet onion. It was definitely different f...
This chili tasted great! A touch of sweetness makes it stand out from the rest.
I made this and was very happy with the results. It is similar to the Cincinatti Chili recipe that I use and everyone loved it!
I made this for recipe group and it brought back memories of cold days as a child. This was the type of chili I grew up on. We ate it with homemade fries, elbow macaroni, or on open faced bread-...
Made for Recipe Group. I am unsure whether I like this or not. So used to regular chili, the cinnamon and allspice take me off guard. And no, cinnamon is not a sweet flavor, but because it is ma...
Recipe Group Selection: 15, October '11 - My husband loved this dinner. I had to make it without the dried red chile peppers - after going to 3 stores trying to find them. I used fresh red ch...
Recipe Group selection of 10/8/11. This was a pleasant surprise. I was leery when I saw all the hot peppers, but the flavor is actually well balanced. I think this would be best made a day ah...
Made this for Recipe Group and we enjoyed it (hubby LOVED it)! I did chicken out and only use 1 tsp. each of the cinnamon and allspice, but I was glad I did, as that was enough cinnamon/allspice...