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    Default What is chuck in the D.R.?

    Going to make some chili and wanted to know what chuck translates to here in the D.R. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NV_ View Post
    Going to make some chili and wanted to know what chuck translates to here in the D.R. Thanks.
    As in carne molida, or you looking to be more specific?

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    Espaldilla would be Chuck.

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    I cut the meat into 1" cubes then simmer it with garlic and cumin for about 3 hours. Then it falls apart into shreds. Some pureed canned red peppers are good too.

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    What ever happened to Chuck U Indy?
    I hope he is not in La Romana jail.

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    <insert Chuck Norris joke here>

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    You want to use "Ground Beef"????
    Use "Carne Molida segundo grado", "Pimero has no FAT, whitch equals, "No Taste".
    If you use "chunks" of beef, I suggest "California"
    Dominican beef is tough, it should be precooked in a pressure cooker, or VERY Slow, and Low in a covered sauce pan.
    If you are making "Chili" for Dominicans, unless they have had it before, and assure you they love it, #1 don't expect much enthusiasm for your efforts, and #2, Dominicans think that regular "pepper" is "Muy Picante"!, so leave out the "Jalapenos" for sure!
    I LOVE Very Hot Chili!
    I live in Santo Domingo, if you need a "Taster"!
    Cris Colon

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    Or,......"Carlito"!!!!
    CC

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    Allspice???

    I normally make a 3 bean chili:

    1-2 Large Onions
    8oz long Hot peppers or other peppers, or 10-16oz jar of generic salsa.
    1 TBS Granulated Garlic
    1 TBS Cumin
    2 TBS Dark Chili Powder
    1 TBS Salt
    1-1.5 pounds Chuck or Round cubed to 1"
    1-2 tsp Worcestershire Sauce

    Add in and simmer for 2 hours:
    3 cans Kidney Beans
    2 cans Black Beans
    1 can White Northern Beans(Navy Beans)
    2 cans Diced Tomatoes

    I used to make this in bulk using #10 cans which are about 100oz each(recipe x8.) Then it yielded about 8 gallons. I sometimes add in crushed tortilla chips to thicken it a bit and add some corn flavor.

    Those red/orange peppers in the DR that look like Haberneros but are mild are fantastic for chili. I wish I could get those up here.

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    Still not one Chuck Norris joke...

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