Dec 24, 2008, 22:00
I used to work at WIENERSCHNITZEL in el paso, tx as a shift manager. This recipe is correct and to make it more detailed the chilli can brand is GALARDI (orange can). After adding water put 4 of your fridge icecubes and mix them. After that put the cilindered pans in a water steamer stove until the chilli reaches 165 degrees. thats it. Enjoy your cloned chilli.
It is a good clone, not 100% like Winerschnitzel but it's reall close and tastes great. I will definitely make it again!
Oct 18, 2006, 22:00
This is pretty good. I used 1/8 cup chili powder instead of 1/4 cup and used regular flour instead of Wondra flour. The consistency was perfect but the taste was missing something. Next time I will try it with cumin. The kids loved it over fries and topped with cheese. I will definately try this recipe again.
Feb 16, 2006, 22:00
I thought this one was excellent. Tastes real darn close to the real thing. The big question I have is...what kind of hot dogs to use. Found some buns that soften up nicely if you wrap them in waxed paper like at the restaurant...but have yet to find the correct tasting hot dog. That really makes a difference in overall taste.
Doesn't taste much like the real thing to us, but it's much better than canned chili on your hot dog.
Oct 31, 2005, 22:00
Try the Tommy's Chili Recipe instead...this one was awful.
Bill in WV
Sep 17, 2005, 22:00
My wife would not touch it. I found it to be too runny, too much liquid.
Sep 12, 2005, 22:00
Not bad, but not quite the taste I remember so fondly. This was a bit too tomato-y for me. I also added cumin and garlic salt to the final product which helped.
Sep 5, 2005, 22:00
Ehcck.....too much starch and flour!
Not bad though with a third the water, starch and flour.
Sep 3, 2005, 22:00
This is Great...
Try it with Bar-b-Que Steaks...