A Super Bowl party just isn’t complete without a big bowl of chili. When I first read this recipe (it was tucked away in an old Cuisine magazine from the ’80’s) I was intrigued, but it also sounded super weird. There are a few really out there ingredients that I had never seen in a chili before. It was either going to be amazing or awful. I took my chances. Before I reveal the wacky secret ingredients, you should know that this chili involves three vital aspects of game day fare: Bacon, Beef and Booze!
Plus, on top of that, the recipe recommends that you refrigerate the chili for 2 to 3 days before serving to allow the flavors to blend. If you want to enjoy this for the Super Bowl, you better get started today! On the plus side, all your cooking will already be done by kick-off. On the downside, you have to wait all weekend for a taste!
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Every Super Bowl party needs a great chili recipe. If you ask me, the Super Bowl calls for a Super Spicy version! This chili has south of the border Mexican flair that is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
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