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chili con carne

chili con carne (chĬl´ē kŏn kär´nē) [Span.,=hot peppers with meat], Mexican food popular in the United States and now manufactured and canned commercially. It consists mainly of beef, beans, chilies (see pepper), garlic, and spices, although the ingredients may be varied.

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chilli con carne

chilli con carne Minced beef stewed with onion, chilli, and red kidney beans; originally Mexican and south‐western USA.

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