Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

This chili tastes remarkably good and can be made for dinner when you are pressed for time. The recipe comes from the website, but I originally saw the recipe in the newpaper. I have made this several times, used whatever beef I had on hand. I've also added more beans and tomatoes to the same quantity of beef, and it still tasted great.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add the ground beef and cook for 8 to 10 minutes, breaking it into 3/4 inch or so crumbles and stirring occasionally. Drain off the fat.
  2. Stir in the beans, broth, tomatoes and chili powder, and bring to a boil. (You can hold back some of the broth if you want a thicker chili - it depends on whether you add extra beans or tomatoes. Or just cook it longer to reduce).
  3. Reduce heat, cover and simmer 20 minutes to develop flavors, stirring occasionally.
  4. Serve with toppings, as desired.
Most Helpful

Very nice tasting chili this is! When making it I took your advice (since we DO like lots of beans in our chili) & used 2 additional cans of those as well as another can of the tomatoes! So easy to make it, too! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Sydney Mike February 18, 2011

As written this was OK for us. We thought the chili was way too thin and the sauce didn't have much taste. I added onion powder, minced garlic, tomato sauce and tomato paste and then we enjoyed it more. I also added two cans of black beans and only one heaping tablespoon of chili powder as I don't like it too spicy. This was very easy to make.

bmcnichol August 02, 2012

I did add a very small dash of onion powder, and some pepper to this, and this was some of the best chili we have had in a while. Loved the chili powder and used what was posted in the recipe. Great little treat for a cool, damp day. Made for 1-2-3 hits.

weekend cooker November 26, 2011