Championship Chili Mix
This is the dish that inspired the 1977 Texas Legislature to declare Chili the Official Dish of Texas!
Albert Agnor’s chili recipe has been famous in Harrison County, Texas for four generations and more than 100 years. It all started with “Poppa” Frank Patillo, who created the savory-with-just-a-hint-of-sweet blend of herbs and spices. Poppa passed his recipe down to his daughter, Dee Patillo Agnor, who became well known in Marshall for the chili she made for family and friends. Read more about the Agnor Family Difference
Legendary in Harrison County, Texas, for Four Generations, Albert Agnor's chili recipe won the 1976 Terlingua Chili Cook-off. It was this recipe that inspired the State Legislature to declare chili as "The Official Dish of Texas."
Now you and your friends can share this sensational experience by following this simple recipe:
- Brown 2 lbs. lean ground or chopped beef, turkey, or venison in 4 qt. Pot.
- Add 1 - 1 lb. 12 oz. can chopped or crushed tomatoes (can be put through blender if desired).
- Add tomato can of water (for crockpots use 1/2 can of water)
- Stir in contents of chili seasoning package
- Simmer for 1-1/2 to 2 hours on the stove or 6 hours or more in crockpot. Serves 8.
Ingredients: Onion*, chili pepper, spices, corn flour, salt, garlic*, paprika, soybean oil (processing aid), silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent), spice extractive (for color). *Dehydrated
|Dimensions||7 × 4 × 1 in|
*Minimum order 2 items