How to Make a Tantalizing Chili

Oct 6


Paula McCoach

Paula McCoach

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How to Make Tantalizing White Lightening Chili
by Paula McCoach,How to Make a Tantalizing Chili Articles "Seasoned" Chili Cook

Chili cooks always want to discover that award-winning
chili recipe that will be tantalizing for their family
and friends and maybe even impress a few chili contest
judges. Wouldn't it be exciting to UNLEASH your chili
and rock your family and friends' worlds, save money
and have a great time preparing it?

In my interviews with outstanding chili cooks, I have
developed some tantalizing chili recipes that are easy,
time and money saving and make your body tingle from the
first taste right down to your toes.

The secret ingredient is the key to this tantalizinging
recipe. This secret "gourmet" final touches sets this
chili apart from the rest. Actually, it is so sensational
that it makes this easy and timesaving chili unbelievably

Finding a recipe that uses your local grocery store
ingredients is another time and money saving benefit of
this chili. There are no fancy ingredients that you have
to go to a specialty shop to buy. So, you can get the
ingredients during one of your weekly food shopping trips.

This recipe produces a sultry chili that your family and
friends will think came from a high-class restaurant.

Try this recipe and send us your comments and suggestions.

3 lbs. of pork, chicken or turkey
2-4 cloves of garlic to taste
1 large chopped onion
1-2 tablespoons of cumin
1 large bell pepper - green, yellow or red
4-6 16 oz. cans of your favorite white bean
1-3 finely chopped jalapeno peppers

For the secret ingredients that make this chili so
tantalizing, Send an email to

If using pork, use a pork shoulder and cook about 2 ½ - 3
hours until you can pull it. With chicken or turkey, cook
it for about 1½ hours in an inch of water at 350 degrees
in a large covered roasting pan with a good lid to hold
in the steam.

Use chicken or turkey breasts with the skin and bone for
the extra flavor. Not necessary to use boneless breasts
because more flavor is available with the skin and bone
and it is more economical too.

If the chicken does not pull apart at 1½ hours, cook an
additional 15 minutes until it does pull apart. With
chicken or turkey, before you add the following
ingredients, pull out the bones and unwanted gristle, etc.
Only the meat is used in the chili.

The last half hour of the cooking process, add the
following ingredients.

Secret Tip
If you want to stay with the white look, add the yellow
bell pepper.
1 teaspoon of celery seed
½ cup of white wine

Secret Tip
To the chicken or turkey recipe, add 1/3 cup of olive oil.
Salt and pepper to taste
Use white pepper if you are trying to keep the white color.

Cook chili mixture an additional ½ hour. Add 4-6 16 oz.
cans of your favorite white bean.

Secret Tip
Use Great Northern beans.

Stir in the beans and leave it in the oven until the beans
are warm and let it cool for 20-30 minutes. Reheat to

Secret Tip
Reheating to serve gives you better flavor.

Secret Tip
Chili is better the second day.


Secret Tip
For a real gourmet chili, add 1 pound of shelled or
unshelled shrimp

Secret Tip
Wine or mushrooms are a gourmet making chili addition.

Secret Tip
Serve white chili with garlic bread.

For Coach's special garlic bread sauce

To discover the "Secret Ingredient" that makes this chili
tantalizing plus 8 SECRET TIPS for "unleashing" your chili,

Coach and Paula McCoach are the owners of Coach's Coffee
Company, Inc. They have created special blends of coffee
for coffee connoisseurs who like a caffeine kick. Coach's
Coffee started by serving America's Civil War reenactors
in 1997. Cups of their coffee are made by using Open-Pot
Brewin,'ä a coffee brewing technique created by Coach and
Paula to get the best brew from their high-altitude beans.

Paula McCoach is now publishing her gourmet recipes, which
are another of her culinary creations. For more information
on Open-Pot Brewin,' send an email to

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