If you are into spicy dish, rest assured that this Texas Roadhouse Chili Recipe would be right up your alley. It is tasty. It is rich. It will leave a nice taste even long after you’ve had it. The rich taste is likely coming from the many spices as well as the different kinds of meat you will use – ground beef, beef stew meat, and pork stew meat. And there are so many different kinds of chili and peppers that would be included in the food. This Texas Roadhouse Chili Recipe will produce 8 to 10 generous servings.
2 pounds of beef stew meat. You should cut it to 1 inch cube
1 ¼ pound of pork stew meat. It is best if you can cut it to ¾ inch cube
6 tablespoons of veggie oil
¼ cups of seeded jalapeno. Make sure to dice it
2 cups of yellow onion. Again, you should dice it
3 cups of water
2 tablespoons of roasted garlic puree
12 oz of beer
A tablespoon of ground cumin
A tablespoon of chipotle chiles in Adobo sauces (mince it) and another 1 tablespoon of Adobo sauce
A tablespoon of Spanish paprika
A tablespoon of Hungarian sweet paprika
A tablespoon of (ground) Mexican oregano
A tablespoon of of chile powder
¼ teaspoon of ground ancho chile powder
¼ teaspoon of New Mexican chile pepper. Ground it
1/8 teaspoon of ground black pepper that is made fresh
1/8 teaspoon of crushed red pepper flakes
1/8 teaspoon of ground white pepper. It’s better to use the fresh one.
Heat up a big pan (around 7 quart) with high heat for around 5 minutes until it gets super hot. It isn’t required but it would be better to use enameled cast iron.
Add 3 tablespoons of oil. Once the oil is hot enough (but not smoking), add the beef stew meat. Cook it for around 3 to 4 minutes until all sides go brown. Don’t forget to stir it frequently.
Remove the meat to a big bowl and then drain the fat from the pan.
Then add 2 tablespoons oil to the pan again. Cook the pork until it is brown for3 to 4 minutes. Again, transfer the pork to the bowl (containing the beef) and drain the fat from the pan again.
Add another remaining of one tablespoon of oil and cook the ground beef until it is brown – it takes around 5 minutes. Transfer the ground meat to the same meat bowl.
Then, add garlic puree, jalapeno, and onion to the pan. Sauté it for 5 minutes.
Add the other (remaining) ingredients and let it boil with high heat. Let it simmer without being covered, for around 10 minutes. Then, cover it, reduce the heat (to low) and let it simmer for 75 minutes to 90 minutes.
You are now ready to serve it. Feel free to use salsa for the topping
This Texas chili style usually comes with no beans. But if you want beans, you can use the canned pinto, black, or kidney beans. Add them close to the end of your cooking period.
You can store the chili in the fridge. To reheat it, just use a little water or stock to thin it out. Not difficult to make this Texas Roadhouse Chili Recipe, right?