Monday, December 8, 2008

Hannah's Horrifically Hot Chili!


Hello all!
Okay...does anyone here love hot-I repeat-H
OT, spicy, mouth-burning chili?
If you do, you ought to try my home-made recipe for the hottest chili you've EVER had!
My recipe is called Hannah's Horrifically Hot Chili....I dare you to try it!

1 pound of ground beef

2 cans of diced tomatoes
2 cups of water
Paprika
Onion Powder
Ground Red Pepper
Garlic Powder
Ground Cayenne Pepper
Monterey Jack Cheese
Texas Pete Hot Sauce
Sour Cream

Directions:
Brown and drain the beef. Add the 2 cans of tomatoes (we used home-canned.) Add 2 cups of water and stir.
Now here's the fun part; put as much of the spices as you wish....preferably about a teaspoon of each. (or more!) We also used Ro-Tell diced tomatoes along with our home-canned ones. We used the MILD kind...but they have a REALLY hot kind.
Cook until ready.
If you want it even hotter, add a squirt of Texas Pete Hot Sauce and grated Monterey Jack cheese with jalapenos...and don't forget the full glass of milk to quench the burning! :D
Add a spoonful of Sour Cream.

Enjoy!

In Christ,
~Rose

24 comments:

Autumn said...

*Mouth is on fire* RUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!
WWAAAAAATTTTTTTTTEEEEEEEEERRRRRR!!!
lol, no, I don't think I'd try it, but all my siblings would!!! :)
They love hot, spicy things.....
-Autumn

Fox said...

I probably could beat that but...I'm not much for cooking, nor do I like hot stuff. Though when I do cook it normally involves a good bit of vinegar. Teehee Au'e!

Lauren Ann said...

I am not a fan of spicy things. IT doesn't taste good! If I did, I would do it!

Lauren ann

Molly said...

That looks good!
I'm sorry about the follower thing...it seems that sometimes people can follow and somtimes not...I'm not sure what to do...I'll try to fix it.

Love,
Molly

Lauren Ann said...

I did the woman's daybook thingy on my blog. Check it out! It was sorta fun!! =)

Lauren Ann

Rose said...

Autumn-
You are full of it! ;P :D Actually, milk would help better. Trust me!

Fox-
Aw, come on. I'd bet you could cook pretty good if you tried! (If you don't want to do it; ask your mom or Meg to.)
Then again, on second thought, I could take it to church on Sunday. But then everyone would run away if I ever brought anything again! :)

Lauren-
Too bad! I'm sure that you would've liked it!

Molly-
That's alright, I'll just keep checking back.

Lauren-
I'll go look right now!

In Christ,
~Rose

Autumn said...

*Mouth is STILL on fire* RUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!
MMMIIIIILLLLKKKKKK!!!
-Autumn

Fox said...

It would be funny to have a competition.

Rose said...

Autumn-
Alright...that's better!

Fox-
Yes...it would...:)

In Christ,
~Rose

Autumn said...

A competition? Oh, dear.
Please don't burn your tongues off, I would miss communicating with you two.
And listening to you fuss at each other. Yup.
Please, you can have yourselves a competition, but don't forget any tongue-saving devises.
Like milk. =P
-Autumn

Lauren Ann said...

I'm still trying to make a short story. How long should it be??

Rose said...

Lauren-
It doesn't really matter. If you want a REALLY short story, about three pages should do it. But if you want a fairly short story, 14 pages is the max.

Autumn-
;)

In Christ,
~Rose

Fox said...

Using hot stuff in pranks is sooooo much more fun than cooking hot stuff. Besides, I could probably beat you heat wise, but not with the actual food.

Rose said...

Really?
I dare you Fox! We're going to have to have a showdown some time...let me know when. *grins evilly*

In Christ,
~Rose

Robert L. said...

Now children...Settle down and do not hurt anyone here. Having fire fights could be dangerous. Besides...what do the V.A. people now about hot stuff. :) Have you seen what the real Mexicans cool up. That stuff burns your eyes before you get it to your mouth, so I think y'all are being kind of silly talking about your second hottest (at best) foods. :)

Robert L.
Delta

Bria said...

Yum! Looks good to me. I love hot food. I just love your blog header! I love and live around horses. Nice blog.

Rose said...

Robert-
Yeah! What do V.A. people know about hot stuff?!
*smiles*
Robert, have you forgotten? I'm from N.C.! ;P :D

Bria-
Thanks for visiting my blog! I'll go to yours now.

In Christ,
~Rose

Robert L. said...

Oh...well then that changes things. Not. My mistake. But still...you tar hills know about as much as the V.A. people. :)
I am sure that your food is hot. I just thought that it was funny that you and Fox were going at it over something thing that the Mexicans and us from south Texas have a corner on the market on. :)

Robert L.
Delta

Rose said...

"Tar hills"? Ha. Ha. ;)
Yes, we do eat HOOOOOT stuff too.
Fox said to call the dare off...;) :P

In Christ,
~Rose

Robert L. said...

Granted. I guest Fox was not up for it realistically. In his first posted he said as much. In fact I am not a fan of torturing myself with the really hot stuff either. And that's what we have down here, you could permanently hurt someone with the spice that is used my some of these people. It is crazy.

Delta

Lucie said...

Thanks so much for commenting on my blog. I really appreciate it. :)

I love your blog! I noticed the John Williams-Waterhouse pictures in you sidebar...do you mind if I take some for my blog?

-Lucie

Rose said...

Robert-
Yep...it's CRAZY alright! ;)

Lucie-
That's fine! Help yourself.
And thanks!

In Christ,
~Rose

Crystal said...

MMMMmmm! That sounds very good right now!
I was just checking out your blog and it is really cool!
And I really love the name you choose for it Waiting Rose!
My middle name is Rose and my mom's name is Rose! And I love the name!
I'll be checking you blog often!

Rose said...

Hi Crystal,
Thanks for stopping by! I'm glad you think that it would be good; so far, you're the only one! (Besides one other.)
That's neat that your middle name is Rose. Mine is Leigh, but, I like rose...roses are my favorite flowers.

Hope to 'talk' to you again soon!
In Christ,
~Rose