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Potatoes to Correct Salty or Spicy Chili

If over-salted or over-spiced chile has you ready to dump out the whole thing, don't. There is a simple solution using potatoes!

When I have over-salted, or over spiced my chile (and I have), I peel a few potatoes, slice them in half, pierce a few holes in them with a fork and add them to the pot of chile. I simmer for about thirty minutes then remove the potatoes. The potatoes soak up the excess salt or spices like a sponge! You can also use those potatoes for making mashed potatoes, or whatever you wish, just don't forget and add more salt! Lol

Source: My mother

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November 13, 20180 found this helpful
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I really do NOT notice that potatoes help. However a tablespoon of peanut butter absolutely has saved my chili and has NO nut taste.

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