Chili Con Carne – Cooking in the Forest




  • beans that we didn’t have
  • 1 cup flour
  • ½ cup spring water
  • ½ tsp. salt
  • 1 tsp. coriander seeds
  • 1 tsp. cumin
  • Chili peppers: super-hot mini, dried red, fresh green
  • 1 tbsp. super-hot chili flakes
  • 1 tbsp. paprika
  • 1 organic onion
  • 2 organic red peppers
  • 2 garlic cloves.
  • 500g free-range beef mince
  • homemade tomato puree
  • homemade mayo
  • homemade yogurt
  • handful of fresh parsley
Hi and welcome to AlmazanKitchen!

Mr. Ramsay the Owl helped us pick the best peppers for our mind-blowing chili that is made from scratch in the wild forest, close to a waterfall, using only organic homemade ingredients. It was pure improvisation, but we decided to line it up in order so you can repeat and try it for yourself! Enjoy!


Dough for tortillas:

  1. Prepare your cutting board.
  2. Add 1 cup of flour, make a circle in the middle.
  3. Add ½ tsp. of salt, ½ cup of spring water.
  4. Kneed well, form a ball, cover and let it rest in a cool place.


  1. Prepare your mortar & pestle.
  2. Add 1 tsp. of salt, coriander seeds, black pepper and cumin. Grind well with a pestle.
  3. Take 1 organic onion, slice & dice it.
  4. Take 2 organic red peppers, remove the seeds and slice it.
  5. Slice 1 fresh green chili, 3 dried red chili. The super-hot mini chilies leave whole.
  6. Smash 2 garlic cloves then unpeel it.
  7. Preheat the pan. Add some veg. oil.
  8. Toss 500g of free-range beef mince into the pan.
  9. Add veggies to the pan.
  10. Add 1 tbsp. of super-hot chili flakes, 1 tbsp. of paprika and spices from the mortar.
  11. Cook (do not forget to stir) until beef is ready and veggies have crispy golden brown texture.
  12. Add 1 cup of homemade tomato puree.
  13. Slow cook for a while.

Creamy sauce:

  1. Take a sauce pot.
  2. Fill with homemade thick yogurt.
  3. Chop handful of parsley and add it to the yogurt.
  4. Mix well!


  1. Prepare your cutting board.
  2. Cover with flour to prevent dough from sticking to it.
  3. Take out the dough and attenuate it.
  4. Make 2 bias-
  5. Warm on coals.
  6. Divide into 4 parts following incises you made. Like a pizza.


  1. Prepare the clayware pot.
  2. Transfer the filling into the clay pot.
  3. Place tortillas to the rear.
  4. Pour the creamy sauce above the filling, dress with a parsley and olive oil.
  5. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!

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  1. PiperJon

    I would love to know what that large, heavy implement is called that you use to crush garlic (in this video) and various things in others. It looks like the kind of tool that I would greatly benefit from! I’ll probably make something to do that, but would love to know more about how it’s constructed before I launch into a new project.

    Thank you so much for your amazing videos, recipes and art!


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