Heat flame proof casserole on medium heat for a few mins. Add olive oil. Add bay leaves. Soften onions on low to medium heat till golden.
Turn up heat and add mince- brown. Turn down the heat and add chilli and garlic- stir, put lid on the pot and leave for at least 5 mins.
Remove lid and add red wine again over a high heat, reduce the wine by half. Then add the tom puree and tinned toms-stir. Leave for about half an hour lid off on low heat- bubbles just visible.
Add the kidney beans. Add the cumin seeds and oregano- stir and cook for further ten mins.
Dudsie's awesome home made chilli done!!
|Olive Oil||2-3 Table Spoons|
|Red Wine||1 Glass|
|Oregano. Dried||3 Tea Spoons|
|Cumin Seeds||2 Tea Spoons|
|Kidney Beans Canned (in Water But Drained)||1 Tin|
|Plum Tomatoes||1 Tin|
|Tomato Puree||4 Table Spoons|
|Chilli With Seeds. Finely Chopped||2-3|
|Garlic Cloves. Finely Chopped||4|
|Onion. Finely Chopped||1|
|Mince Beef||500 Grams|
I always get my chilli's from the same place, because its sometimes hard to gauge how hot they will be. Buying from the same place allows consistency in heat. I always use medium hot chiili's.
If you like a slightly more watery chilli then you could add a little beef stock for the last ten mins or more wine at the start.
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