Recipe: Delicious My Spin (Arellano Spin) on Hatch Green Chili (Colorado Native)

My Spin (Arellano Spin) on Hatch Green Chili (Colorado Native).

You can cook My Spin (Arellano Spin) on Hatch Green Chili (Colorado Native) using 18 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of My Spin (Arellano Spin) on Hatch Green Chili (Colorado Native)

  1. Prepare 1 lbs of pinto beans (I make homemade beans in the crockpot).
  2. Prepare 2 lbs of ground hamburger.
  3. You need 1 1/2 quart of bags of hatch green chili.
  4. Prepare 1/2 clove of garlic.
  5. Prepare of garlic power to taste (I use a lot, cause we love garlic).
  6. It’s to taste of garlic pepper.
  7. Prepare to taste of cumin.
  8. It’s to taste of oregano.
  9. You need to taste of Gerbart chili powder.
  10. It’s 1 of 1\2 to 2 25 oz can (drained) hominy.
  11. It’s to taste of seasoned salt.
  12. It’s to taste of Kirkland Organic No-Salt Seasoning.
  13. You need of Chili 3000 (Penzeys Spices) to taste.
  14. It’s to taste of Kroger Zesty Blend Garlic Herb.
  15. You need 1 of large jalapeno (optional depending how hot you want it).
  16. It’s 1 of habenero (optional).
  17. Prepare of flour (will specify how much in dorections).
  18. Prepare 14 cups of chicken broth.

My Spin (Arellano Spin) on Hatch Green Chili (Colorado Native) step by step

  1. In a very large and tall chili pot (stockpot) cook your hamburger and season well with all seasonings except garlic clove..
  2. Once hamburger is cooked add hatch green chilies, garlic cloves, jalapeno, and habenero on medium high heat and cook for 3 to 5 min stirring occasionally. Add seasonings to taste. All of them..
  3. Add broth then hominy, and beans, bring to boil, then med high for a med boil. 30 to 45 min stirring occasionally. You want all the flavors to come out and hominy and beans (if you didn't make homemade) to cook. If 12 cups of broth isn't enough to where you can boil with room add water or more broth till it is..
  4. In a glass or measuring cup add 2 qty 1/4 cup of flour, seasoned salt to not dull your chili flavor out with flour taste, and add COLD water to it until in between thick and runny to make rue. Becarful with this. It is to make your chili thicker or to whatever consistency you want. Repeat if you need it more thick. If you get too thick add water to your chili..
  5. Turn chili to a simmer and stir consistently and let chili settle. Serve up!.
  6. Now, if you make your own beans I use the bean broth for some of the chicken broth. Cause I cook my beans in 32oz/4cups of chicken broth. I just dump my crock pot of beans in the pot when it's time to add broth amd beans. It makes it so much more flavorful cause its been slow cooking in spices already. I will post my recipe for the best (in my opinion) crockpot pinto beans..
  7. I apologize for all the to taste on the seasonings. I've just never been one to measure. I'm more of a taster, or my family is. I ask them what does it need. I'm always careful with the seasoned salt though..

By Jade Sarah

Remember! I Just love to Cooking... Everyday..

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