Overnight chili

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Sasaku
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2004/08/22 09:55:25 (permalink)

Overnight chili

Does cooking chili then leaving it in the fridge overnight really improve the flavor? I like my food fresh and thick and if I was going to do this I would probally have to add some more liquid to stir it around when im reheating.
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    BT
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    RE: Overnight chili 2004/08/22 11:30:46 (permalink)
    I think it does and I don't see why you would necessarily have to add any liquid (unless you don't cover it which you should do) but it's no problem if you do have to add liquid.
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    fcbaldwin
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    RE: Overnight chili 2004/08/22 15:06:37 (permalink)
    Some believe (as do I) that it helps the flavors meld. I think that chili gets even better if it's frozen for a day or so before serving, for the same reason.

    Frank
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    Grampy
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    RE: Overnight chili 2004/08/22 16:53:51 (permalink)
    The same may be said for most stews and even curry. The flavors blend and round out nicely if left overnight.
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