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Mediterranean Chile Colorado?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by ken2v, Mar 4, 2015.

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  1. ken2v

    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    Needed a one-pot meal last night, so was flipping around various cookbooks and stumbled across a recipe we've never tried for lamb-chorizo chili.

    It's effectively chile colorado with a small nod to posole (hominy), but using Spanish (in my case) chorizo and lamb. I used anchos for the sauce, and the usual base of onions, garlic, cumin and Mexican oregano. The lamb was the killer, such a change from the standard beef. I actually thought the chorizo didn't add much and would go all lamb next time.
     
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    Ah, I just hate to see a thread with no replies.

    Ken, this sounds like something that would be absolutely scrumptious after several bong hit.
     
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    My orphan thanks you.

    All were clear-headed here and the vote was all thumbs up. Personally, I'd stick with the old standbys, Doritos and Pop-Tarts.
     
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    Never underestimate the power of Tostitos Scoops with decent sized bowls of salsa and guacamole.
     
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    Good chips, guac and salsa are staples out here. The herb, no more.
     
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    When you said it was a one-pot meal, I thought you were referring to a cooking technique.

    Sounds terrific, BTW.
     
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