Before we get into the actual recipe, I should tell you a little bit about Hellhound’s Delight Chili and my inspiration for it. Since I was a little girl, I have always loved hot and spicy food. There is something about both the taste and texture that I absolutely live for. I was the weird girl that would drink tabasco sauce from the bottle during my middle school years (and will admit to still doing this as a bizarre source of comfort). I’ve also learned that raw heat does not always mean good flavor – you don’t simply want to add the maximum amount of hot peppers that you can handle into a chili, it’s possible for it to meet the amount of hotness you want, but the taste just be awful.

In my search for a chili that’s both hot and delicious, Hellhound’s Delight was born!

⚠️ WARNING – VERY HOT ⚠️

Some people are not able to easily tolerate extremely spicy foods. This chili recipe utilizes both Carolina Reaper (1,569,300 Scoville) and Ghost (1,041,427 Scoville) peppers. It is significantly hotter than most recipes you will find for spicy chili on the internet. personally find it delicious; but eat at your own risk! You have been warned!

Without further delay, my new and improved recipe:

Ingredients

  • 1 can of tomato sauce
  • 1 small can of tomato paste
  • 1 can of spicy chili beans
  • 1 pound of ground beef
  • 3 ghost peppers
  • 1 carolina reaper pepper
  • 3 habernero peppers
  • 3 jalapeño peppers
  • 1 poblano pepper
  • 3 red chili peppers
  • 2 green anaheim peppers
  • 1tsp crushed red peppers
  • 1tsp ground red peppers
  • 1tsp hot paprika powder
  • 1tbsp chili powder

Process

  1. Slice & Dice all ofthe peppers that you are going to be adding to the chili into small pieces, including seeds. You can store them in a bowl after dicing for later addition.
  2. Cook the ground beef on ‘high’ heat until brown; drain excess grease after cooking.
  3. Turn to ‘low’ heat.
  4. Add tomato sauce.
  5. Add tomato paste, then put water in the small tomato paste can and add it as well. You may need to scrape the side of the can to get as much in as possible.
  6. Add the peppers you previously diced.
  7. Add the crushed red peppers.
  8. Add the chili beans.
  9. Add the ground red pepper.
  10. Add the paprika powder.
  11. Add the hot McCormick® mix.
  12. Add the cyanne pepper powder.
  13. Add the chili powder.
  14. Let simmer for 20 minutes on low, stirring occasionally.

Recipe – Hellhound’s Delight Chili
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