|4 pound Beef, ground
|3 large Onions, diced
|1/2 Cup Green pepper, diced
|6 cloves Garlic, pressed
|2 pound Tomatoes, crushed (use standard canned tomatoes)
|1 pound Tomatoes, whole, cut up (canned or fresh)
|6 ounces Tomato paste
|2 1/2 pound Kidney beans (light red), -not drained (3 standard-size cans)
|2 tablespoons Brown sugar
|3 tablespoons Sugar, white
|4 tablespoons Chili powder
|2 teaspoon MSG (monosodium glutamate)
|2 teaspoon Red pepper (cayenne), crushed
|1 teaspoon Black pepper, ground
|1 teaspoon Salt
|3 tablespoons Bacon grease
|1 can Water or beer, as needed
|1 teaspoon Garlic powder, as needed
Preparation / Directions:
In a large microwave container, brown meat, onions,
green pepper and garlic for 15 minutes on full power.
Drain off and reserve a cup or two of liquid. Break up
any remaining large chunks of meat.
Add remaining ingredients except tomato paste and cook
on full power for 30 minutes covered. Stir and taste.
Cook for 1 hour at 70 percent power, uncovered. Stir
and taste at half hour intervals. Add water as
Add tomato paste and reserved meat liquid. Cook 30
minutes at 60 percent power, uncovered. Stir and
taste. The chili is done and can be served directly
or decanted into a crock pot to simmer.
Serve with shredded cheddar cheese, tabasco sauce,
diced onions, hot chili oil, red pepper flakes and hot
dogs with rolls. Your guests can microwave their own
hot dogs and top them with chili and cheese!!!
* High-energy microwave chili -- Microwaves and chili
make a superb match, especially for lazy chili lovers
like me. This version is for a mixed crowd. True
chili fiends should see the notes at the end. Yield:
* For true CHERNOBYL-Class 20 megaton SS-19 chili,
double the pepper, chili powder and MSG and add 30
minutes to the cooking. Serve with Pepski.
* People who are worried about MSG, bacon grease or
radiation should not be eating chili in the first
* Yes, it will make an incredible mess in your
* The most likely things you will need to add at the
testing points are salt, sugar, and maybe garlic
* The chili will thicken up in the microwave so be
sure to add enough water to keep it soupy until the