Buffalo Chicken Chili!

Fall is here! And with it comes a whole new wave of awesome food such as fall brew beers, pumpkin EVERYTHING and chili!!! But what about the foods you loved during the warmer month of the year?? WHAT A BOUT CHICKEN WINGS??????well, if your the guys over at cookingforengineers.com you combine those flavors all together into one magic brewing pot, throw a little pigs blood in, maybe a black cat paw…..wait…..I’m just kidding! ha! Really though, they have combined two things that I love; chili and buffalo wings! So enjoy this KickAss recipe that is sure to be a staple in your fall feasts!!


1 rotisserri chicken ( meat shredded)

2 carrots fine dice

1 red bell pepper fine dice

3 celery stalks fine dice

5 garlic cloves minced

2 Tbs chili powder

2 tsp cumin

12 oz. dark beer

1/2 cup Frank’s Red Hot sauce

14.5 oz can diced tomatoes

1 can of tomato sauce

1 can black beans

1 chili pepper ( optional)

unsalted butter

salt to taste

peppers to taste


Put all of your veggies in a big pot and sautee them in 3 tbs of butter for about 10 minutes or until they start to become translucent. Add salt to taste! At this point, there will be lots of brown on the bottom, but remember, brown is good! Add the shredded chicken and stir. Make a hole in the middle of the pot and add about a Tbs of olive oil. Put the chili powder, garlic, and cumin in the middle and let them cook for about 10-15 seconds, then mix them up with the rest of the ingredients. Now your pot should be smelling pretty tasty! Pour in the beer and let the good times roll as you deglaze the pot and scrape all of those good brown bits off the bottom. Now add in the tomatoes, tomato sauce, hot sauce, and beans as well as maybe another Tbs or so of butter. Add salt and pepper to taste and BAM! Let this KickAss chili simmer for about 20 minutes ( if you can!), or until the desired consistency is achieved! Top with sour cream or bleu cheese!



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