Although Western Montana is known for its nearly 100 named mountain ranges, the Eastern third of the state is pure prairie and awesome badlands.
Makoshika State Park, on the eastern edge of the state, encompasses 11,000 acres of scenic canyons, buttes and badlands, and is even the site of numerous dinosaur fossils, including Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops. There is an awe-inspiring hugeness and grandeur here.
My Badlands Chili Seasoning has a huge, grand flavor, as well. This special seasoning will win accolades from family, friends and guests.
Throw in your own combination of meats, onions, peppers, and beans and you might win a chili cook-off! Or you can even use this awesome seasoning to flavor dips, soups, sauces - wherever your own inspiration leads you!
My convenient 2 ounce stand-up, resealable bags are perfect for both the Foodie and the home cook..
Badlands Chili Seasoning
How Hot Is It?
Everyone’s tastes and tolerances are different, so my products come in three varieties:
Mild, with NO Cayenne or Chiplote pepper. There might be a small amount of heat from the other ingredients (chili powder, etc), but it is quite mild and acceptable to all but the most sensitive folks.
- Medium Spicy, with enough Cayenne and Chiplote to give the flavor some zing, but really should not have your running for the fire hose.
- HOT!! At least twice as much Cayenne and Chipotle as my Medium Spicy varieties. Expect this burst of heat to set your tongue on fire. Recommended for true heat lovers!
How Do I Use It?
My seasonings are designed to be added at the time of cooking your meat, eggs, chili, potatoes, or whatever is on your menu. Start with a rounded tablespoon of seasoning per pound of meat. You can add or reduce the amount of spice according to taste.
What's in this seasoning?
My own blend of 3 different chili powders, granulated garlic, smoked sea salt, smoked paprika, granulated onion, Mexican oregano, ground cumin, ground thyme, cayenne pepper makes my Badlands Chili Seasoning a standout from all others.