Chili is a traditional Tex-Mex dish in my home-town of San Antonio. In fact, it’s been cooked and served there since at least the 1700s, often by local women selling bowls full of steaming chili con carne from their carts or wagons in the market squares. It’s basically a gluten-free dish of chili peppers and meat.
There were many different recipes then, but, just as now, they all depended on the chili pepper to make a good pot of chili con carne, “chili with meat.” For someone who is celiac, gluten-intolerant or gluten-sensitive, or for anyone else, there are a multitude of ways to enjoy it. My gluten-free recipe today adds beans, tomatoes and a few other seasonings.
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My family loves this meal! Personally, I like to have this gluten-free stir-fry as a low-carb meal. For the rest of the household, rice or gluten-free noodles are optional side dishes – and according to my husband, they are required. The stir-fry works well either way. And I love to serve whole foods to my family.
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