To make your Texas Chili you will need chuck roast - chili grind, New Mexico pepper powder, smokey paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, ground cumin, salt, masa marina, apple cider vinegar, water, or beef broth. Optional ingredients are cayenne pepper and Mexican oregano.
If you’re debating whether to put beans in your chili, “You might not be from Texas.” Texans take full credit for our culinary invention the ‘bowl o red’. The first recorded mention of this famous dish was credited to the Chili Queens who sold chili con carne in open-air stands on the streets of San Antonio in the 1860s. However, there was a similar dish that was often served on cattle drives consisting of reconstituted beef (or fresh if available) with spicy peppers, popular with the trail hands that was introduced around the later half of the 1800s. Read more about Real Texas Chili at https://texini.com/recipe/texas-chili/