When you need to serve a crowd for game day or a casual backyard party, everyone will rave about this smoked chili recipe.
Dried chiles Beef stock Chipotle Chuck roast Onion Jalapeño Garlic Coffee Diced tomatoes Tomato paste Seasonings Beans (optional)
Season the chuck roast with salt and pepper. Place on the smoker and smoke until it reaches an internal temperature of 155-165 degrees F.
Toast the dried chiles. Simmer in beef stock for 10-15 minutes until the chiles soften and are pliable.
Add the chiles and beef stock used to simmer the chiles to a blender with the chipotle peppers and adobo sauce. Blend until smooth.
Add the onion and jalapeños to the pot. Cook until softened, about four to five minutes. Add the garlic and cook for 30 seconds.
Pour in the liquid ingredients and add the seasoning. Cut the chuck roast into cubes and add to the chili.
Place the pot of chili on the smoker. Close the lid and smoke for two to three hours until the chuck roast becomes super tender.
When you need a reliable recipe that’s sure to make you the star of your next chili cook-off, try this smoked chili. With that wonderful smoke flavor, this is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
The meat came out fall apart tender and was amazing in this chili! All of the spices added such great flavor. New fave chili recipe!!