Authentic Mexican Style Chili Colorado (Beef Chunks In Red Sauce)


Tender and juicy chunks of beef slow simmered in a delicious authentic Mexican style Colorado (red) sauce. The sauce is made from a blend of dry and fresh chilis, onion and peppers. Then combined with slow simmered chuck steak until the beef is fall apart tender. Wrap it in a warm tortilla with guacamole, shredded lettuce, cilantro and onions, YUM! Add some refried beans and rice and dig in!

Chili Colorado

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4 Responses to Authentic Mexican Style Chili Colorado (Beef Chunks In Red Sauce)

  1. Dan says:

    hello David, how much garlic to use in this recipe? I dont see it in the ingredients list,their is a pic that shows about 7 to 9 cloves of garlic, i8s that correct? Thx

    • David says:

      Hi Dan,

      Thanks for pointing that out and sorry I missed that. Yes the amount is 6-8 cloves depending on size. I have added that into the ingredient list for the sauce. There is also garlic powder in the seasoning for the meat.

      I checked over the recipe again and think everything is good now.

      Thanks again and Happy Cooking!
      David

  2. Mary says:

    The picture is absolutely beautiful…we eat with our eyes first. Hopefully, I can find all the needed ingredients to make this very soon. Thank you for sharing!

    • David says:

      Hi Mary,

      It tastes even better than the picture :-)

      I to hope you can find everything you need. You should be able to pick it all up at your local store.

      Let me know how it turns out for you.

      Take care,
      David

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