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    • Four Bean Chorizo Chili Mix

      3/4 cup dried white beans
      3/4 cup dried kidney beans
      1/2 cup dried pinto beans
      1/2 cup dried black beans
      4 to 6 dried jalapeno peppers
      Corn Husk Garni (see recipe)

      Layer all ingredients in a large cone-shaped bag, Jar, or Vacuum
      Seal bag; seal & attach a tag with directions. If desired, Decorate
      Jar/Cone/Bag for what-ever occasion it was created for.


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      Four Bean Chorizo Chili
      1 Pgk Mix
      1 1/2 cups finely diced onion
      1/2 pound chorizo
      2 tablespoons vegetable oil
      1 pound plum tomatoes, diced
      1 (14.5 ounce) can tomato puree
      2 cups water or cooking liquid from beans
      1 lime (optional)
      Corn Husk Garni
      Salt

      Cook beans separately in water to cover by 1 1/2 inches until almost tender. Drain, reserving cooking liquids for soup, except from black beans, if desired.

      Remove casing from sausage; crumble sausage. Crush dried jalapeno peppers. Sauté sausage, crushed peppers and onion in oil until cooked through. Raise heat to medium-high and continue cooking until ingredients become richly brown, but not burned. Drain sausage and onion on a paper towel. Combine all ingredients in a large stockpot. Simmer soup for 45 minutes. Season to taste with salt. Continue simmering 15 minutes. Remove Corn Husk Garni.

      NOTE: If there is not enough liquid in soup, add additional water or cooking liquid from beans.
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        Unregistered -
        thanks!!
        I am going to try these!


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