Chili is one of my favorite meals. It is such a versatile dish that you can put it on anything, or eat it on it’s own. Just like I like adding several different kinds of beans, I also like adding a mixture of meats. One of my favorite meats to add is Buffalo. Though you can make the whole pot with just Buffalo, I like the flavors and textures of other meats mixed into it. This is a simple, super quick, chili recipe.
1 lb Ground Buffalo
1/2 lb ground Pork
1/2 lb ground Beef (I prefer extra lean since you will be mixing some pork into it)
1 white onion (chopped)
7 cloves garlic (crushed)
1 large Sweet Potato (diced)
5 tablespoons of Harissa
2 cups Fire Roasted Tomatoes (including juice)
1 28 oz can Crushed Tomatoes
2 cups Beef stock
15 oz can of Kidney Beans
15 oz can of Pinto Beans
15 oz can of Black Beans
Brown the meats together in the pan. Once the meat is browned transfer the mixture into a pot with a slotted spoon, to get rid of the excess fat from the meat. Add in the chopped garlic, onion, and Harissa powder; cook for a few minutes, mixing everything together.
Add the remaining ingredients to the pot, and stir together.
Cover and simmer for about 25 minutes, or until the Sweet Potatoes are cooked through.
Enjoy with a topping of chopped scallions, and cheese, or top your favorite vessel.