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Nigella's Quick Chili


Another chilli recipe, but this one is perfect for a weeknight as its thrown together pretty quickly. It has quite a sweet taste and although not entirely authentic is really good.

Ingredients:
150g Chorizo, sliced into half moons
500g Minced Beef
1/2 tsp ground cumin
1/2 tsp ground coriander
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
3 cardamon pods, bruised
500g Jar of Roasted Vegetable and Tomato pasta sauce
Tin of chili beans
60ml Sweet Chili Sauce

Method:
Step 1: Fry chorizo until releases oil then add the mincemeat and cook on high for 5 minutes
Step 2: Add spices then pasta sauce, chili beans and sweet chili sauce
Step 3: Bring to the boil and then turn down the heat and simmer for 20 minutes
Step 4: Serve with some rice, sour cream and grated cheese

Comments

  1. Quck, easy and very tasty..a winning combination:D

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  2. Oooh I've made that a few times now - lovely I must say.

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  3. I would never have thought to use sweet chili sauce

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  4. I have fond memories of this chilli. Delicious but not so good for the waistline. I do add a dash of sweet chilli sauce to my own chilli now to make a change from chocolate. Yummy :)

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  5. Another of your great quick and easy recipes, Beth. It looks positively smashing.

    BTW, I've given you an award. Pop on over to my place sometime to collect it.

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  6. Have not made but been on receiving end of this and was really good, sweet as you say but timing wise is a winner! :)

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  7. I've not made Nigella's Quick Chilli but it looks great!

    Maria
    x

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  8. Chili with chorizo - YUM. Great recipe.

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  9. That looks really good and tasty!

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