Step 4: Fill the Crock Pot

  • Add your beef to the crock pot and season it with about a tablespoon or two of ground cumin and a tablespoon of salt.
  • Pour your chili sauce over the beef and give it a good stir.
  • Put the lid on your crock pot.
  • Cook on low for 6-8 hours (I set mine for 8 hours, but it was done in 6).
<p>Thank you for your Instructable</p><p>Nice job.</p><p>Rima</p>
<p>Great stuff! I've made it twice. Sensational flavor, but make no mistake it's pretty warm (spicy)! I peeled and seeded the peppers with my bare hands and actually got a bit of a chemical burn. Small price to pay for such a great chili.</p>
<p>I am super happy that you made it and liked it! I'm starting to wonder if I have a high tolerance for spicy peppers??? :-) </p>
<p>Perhaps but I've read that some peppers vary in their intensity even within their particular variety. I will always make this for myself but might eliminate the hotter peppers to make some chili for my grandchildren. This is so much cooler than making it from canned goods and prepared spices! Thanks again.</p>
<p>I made it! It's a bit spicy so I'm serving it on rice. Very tasty! :D</p>
<p>Yay! I love it on rice too! Great photo!!</p>
<p>Proper chile con carne! Beautiful!</p>
<p>Thank You! </p>
<p>Looks great! Is that about a pound of meat?</p>
<p>Thank You! The beef shoulder was about 3.5 poundss. </p>

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