Doug's More Than Usually Stange Chili

I suppose this isn't really chili, but has more in common with a lot of Spanish bean soups. So it probably a bit misleading to call it "chili", but it is my recipe, so who cares? This recipe can be either vegetarian or non-vegetarian. This is a list of ingredients. You will need to vary the amount, depending on how many people you want to feed. Small amounts for a few people, large amounts for lots of people.

Stuff That Goes in It:

The Beans: Basically, whatever you, two, or all. Dried beans.

The Other Stuff:

If you are not going to make this veggie, bake some chicken thighs in a 375 degree oven until done...about 45 minutes to an hour, depending on size. Allow to cool and remove the meat. You can also add sliced kielbosa, chrizo, whatever.

What to do:

Garnish with: chopped red onions, taco cheeses, a bit of butter, chopped chilies, chopped parsley, scrambled eggs cooked thinly like a crepe and then sliced into ribbons, or chopped, hard-cooked eggs. Basically, use your imagination.

Serve with good bread (or cornbread, or tortillas), sliced tomatoes, cucumbers, avocados, and scallions...or whatever you want.

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