We make chili a little different at our house.  Because like any good chili THERE ARE NO BEANS IN OUR CHILI.   Also,
we use hominy instead of ground corn or masa and we add ground pork because it gives the chili a good texture and taste.  We make our own chili seasoning and really like this recipe. We don't buy any store bought chili mixes.  This recipe is probably pretty different than the chili you make at your house but give it  a try, I bet you'll like it.

First make the seasoning.

Chili Seasoning
2 tbl
chili powder
2 tbl paprika
1 tbl
ground oregano
1 tbl ground coriander
1 tbl granulated garlic
1 tbl onion powder
1 tbl celery salt
1 tbl salt
2 tsp
ground cumin
1 tsp
black pepper

Mix well and store in a sealed container

Now make the chili.

Brown the ground meat and pork together in a large pot.  Dump the browned meat in a colander and rinse the fat off.  Put the meat back into the pot, add the tomatoes (with juice), hominy, tomato paste, chili seasoning, salt, and water.  Bring everything to a boil, lower the heat to a simmer, cover, and cook for 20 minutes.

1 Lb
ground beef or ground chuck
1 Lb
ground pork
1 can
hominy (15.5 oz can)
1 can
diced tomatoes with chilies, plus one can of water
1 can
tomato paste (6 oz can)
4 tbl
chili seasoning (recipe below)
1 tsp

Serve in bowls with crackers or if you are like my wife, serve it over rice.