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"this recipe is a base for a good chili recipe for you to create yourself. Like Guy says, everybody makes chili their own way. I love to use poblanos and anaheims as the main peppers in my chili along with a sweet red bell, but sorry, I gotta add chipotles in adoboe to cure my tastes and serranos instead of jalapenos (they just have a deeper taste ""
"I love Rachel and anything she cooks Latin, Mexican etc. but be careful here. My rub was too salty!!! Maybe its the Morten Kosher salt I used. Somebody tell me please..A 3rd of a cup was too salty and I like salt in my cooking so somethin was wrong. I could tell all the great flavors were there in the rub though, just too salty..gotta adjust that ""
"Really tasty Sloppy Joses! This can be eaten a variety of ways. They are awesome as an enchilada filling with black beans mixed into it. Nice and sweet tasting. This recipe is basically in the same vein as her "roasted chicken chili suiza casserol". Its a really good green chili recipe. A great base for chicken as well. I'm a "mexican food freak" ""
"Really tasty Sloppy Joses! This can be eaten a variety of ways. They are awesome as an enchilada filling. Nice and sweet tasting. This is basically her same recipe as her "green chicken chili sueza" recipe. Its basically like a green chili recipe. I think thats what she calls it...anyway, its a great base for chicken too. ""
"I love Rachel but be careful on this one. The rub is way too salty!!! Maybe its the Morten Kosher salt I used. A 3rd of a cup just ruined my brisket. I could tell all the great flavors were there but the rub was ruined by the salt. A real bummer but I'll try it again. The gravy was great though after I added some sugar. Just be careful with the sa""
" Im a mexican food cooking "freak" and this is real good, sweet tasting enchilada sauce! Never use canned, its an insult to your tastebuds. I added more salt to taste and a tablespoon of chili powder and half tablespoon of onion powder but thats just me. Possibilities are really endless with this sauce, you can spice it up as needed, however you l""
"Awesome! Im a mexican food freak!!.the sloppy jose's were an unexpected burst of flavors. I had to seed the jalepeno's for momma. if your like me add more for extra heat!! The saffron rice was awesome as well. careful not use too much garlic or saffron a little goes a long long way with the rice. As for the enchiladas, I had to add a little salt t""
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