Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 8 hours
Texians would be the name used by early Texans. Texican is new to me. I, too, am from Texas and this dish might indeed be called Mexican or Tex-Mex hence the term "Texican". Ours is a Mexican family. Mexican food is really very simple and the ingredients in this recipe may easily be found in both Mexican and Tex-Mex homes today and traditionally. The only thing making it more Tex-Mex, I suppose, are the tomato products but they are just perfect for soup but not enchilada sauce or Mexican rice. Tex-Mex chili is not usually made with beans but Mexican chili is. So, I think Texican is a good word to describe it. Lovely recipe and I will love making it but will leave out the beans for hubby.
Good recipe! I use ground turkey instead of beef and cilantro instead of parsley. Very tasty!
I love this recipe, I like to add a little something with red pepper flakes and hot sauce sometimes as well.
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Good recipe, but being a Texan I have to say....This is neither Texan or Mexican, much less a mixture of the two.
I made this recipe out of my "best loved recipes" cookbook and I loved it! So did our 4 year old son. My husband ate it and said it was good, but he prefers the flavor of "normal ground beef chili" LOL... his words, not mine. I will be using this as my go to chili recipe now.
Good recipe. I don't know why "hunters" loving it would make a difference one way or the other, but tasty recipe nonetheless.
Good recipe! The meat is so tender after being in the crockpot all day.
With a food processor, the bulk of the prep time is spent cooking the meat. Really easy n very tasty. My husband suggested adding some red pepper flakes for a bit of a kick.