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I cut the brown sugar down to 1/4 cup because The recipe seemed too sweet in my opinion, I also added a tsp. of chipotle pepper to add some smoky heat. It was pretty good and very easy to put together for a quick supper. I topped it with some chopped fresh onions and a sprinkle of cheddar cheese . Served it with Tortilla chips on the side.
Excellent Chili!!! I won a chili cookoff with this recipe and some minor modifications.
TOO sweet. Not nearly spicy enough. Lacks depth of flavor. Would not make again.
This was so delicious! The brown sugar gave it a sweet/tangy flavor that reminded me of BBQ-sauce! Th chili was so good - it was hard to stop eating it! I did had some extra veggies (1 cl. garlic, 1 celery stalk, 1 carrot, 1 bell pepper, 1 hot pepper) and used a can of diced tomatoes rather than tomato juice. I also added red pepper flakes and some hot sauce to give it some hotness! This was so good - it is my new chili recipe! Can't wait till it gets cooler so I can make it again!!!
This is an easy but very tasty chili recipe. I used 600 grams of premium ground beef and 2 cups of real Mcoy tomato juice. I only used 1/3 loosely packed brown sugar and it was perfect for our tastes. We love beans in our chili so this was a winner. Great recipe, thanks for sharing.