Baja Chili Seasoning is a blend of the finest available herbs and spices.
We use our own selection of fire-roasted, dried peppers together with toasted cumin seeds, Mexican oregano, garlic powder and smoked paprika for an authentic Baja taste.
We grind Baja Chili Seasoning by hand to release its full flavor.
Baja Chili Seasoning is sold only in one-ounce packets to insure freshness.
Each packet makes up to three great batches of Baja Chili!
We wouldn’t catch many fish but we always enjoyed being together. On each outing he would pack a lunch for us that always included his Baja Chili. We would heat it on an old camping stove. At that time I was more interested in lighting the stove than I was in his chili.
As years passed, I heard more about his Baja Chili recipe and how he and a Texas friend he met in World War II perfected the blend of spices. Soon it became my favorite food! At some point, he and I traded fishing for cooking Baja Chili together. We sampled his chili seasoning spices in different recipes including beef, chicken, shrimp and other seafood. One thing remained constant. We used the same Baja Chili spice blend in every recipe we made. Perfect!
I miss those days with my grandfather. But, each time I enjoy Baja Chili I am reminded of the wonderful times we spent together.
I'm sure you'll love my Baja Chili Seasoning as much as I do!
Bacon Beef Chili
In a large saucepan or Dutch over medium-low heat, add the cut bacon. Cook until crispy. Remove crispy bacon and place on a paper towel. Turn the heat to high and add the ground beef, cook until browned. Drain off the excess fat.
Return the pot to medium heat, add the cooked bacon and all
of the remaining ingredients except for the beans and the can of diced
tomatoes. Mix well and bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for about
two hours, stirring occasionally.
If the chili gets too thick, add some water.
Twenty minutes before you're done simmering the chili, add the beans and diced tomato.
You're done with this twist on your basic chili recipe!
This is a wonderful and simple Chili recipe. It's the definition of "Easy Chili".
In a large saucepan or Dutch oven, brown ground beef with onions in hot oil. Drain off excess fat, return to heat and add garlic. Continue heating and stir for less than a minute. Add the remaining ingredients; bring to a low simmer. Cover and continue simmering over low heat for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
Enjoy this quick and easy chili!
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