2 lbs ground meat salt and pepper to taste (whatever, could be lamb and veal or chicken or beef and turkey)
2 small cans black beans (my preference, use any or none)
enough chili powder (chili, salt, garlic powder) to cover the meat with an even layer twice
Let it simmer for a bit and then eat.
For breakfast, heat up a bowl of chili and then pour it over 2 eggs cooked over easy. The fat in the yolks transport the flavors most excellently.
Any other time, I’ll just heat some up and eat it with a little shredded cheese on top and very occasionally, with a few corn chips.
Generally I only need the liquid from the beans, but if it’s a little dry, I’ll add a cup of water and then let it simmer down.
I found that it was the tomatoes, not the beans that were detrimental to being in polite company. So, if that’s your problem, you might try ditching the tomato.[/quote]
Sounds amazing with eggs!
I always request an excessive amount of cumin in it and a gigantic dollop of sour cream on it after it’s done.