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heavenly chilli Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
hadaheeqa chef

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1-3 cans of tomato sauce (1200 ml)
2-red peppers (2)
3-orange peppers (2)
4-yellow peppers(2)
5-grinded meat (12 oz)
6 sausages (5)
7-salt
8-pepper
9-lemon juice
10-coriander
11-©celery
12-broccoli

Directions:
Directions:
1-boil water (around 2000ml ) for 5 min
2-while waiting for the water to boil start slicing and dicing the red , yellow, and orange peppers also the celery
3- after water boils add 2 cans of tomato sauce (800ml)
4-wait for the liquid to boil for 2 min
5-get out a fry pan and start cooking the grinded meat.
6-now cook the sausages
7-when the sausages are cooked cut all of them in 5 parts. ten put them aside
8-add the cooked grinded meat into the liquid chilli
9-add the cut sausages into the chili
10- know keep stirring until the chilli becomes a bit thick
11-add the last can of tomato sauce
12-finally add the red,yellow,and orange peppers.celery.and broccoli
13- stir for 2 min
14- EAT
..................please enjoy this:)

 

 

 

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