4 Reviews

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!

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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.

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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.

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weekend cooker November 26, 2011

I loved that this chili was more soupy then stew like consistency. I wasn't sure about the amount of chili powder, thinking it might be too much, but it was the right amount for me. To me it was just lacking some seasoning, so I added some garlic powder, salt, pepper and onion salt, next time I would add chopped onion to the meat, while browning. I used dark red kidney beans, as thats what I had on hand and it wouldn't change the flavor of the chili sauce. I used Rotel for the tomatoes and peppers mix and did opt to add the cheddar cheese and green onion. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for PRMR Tag Game.

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diner524 September 26, 2011
30-Minute Chili