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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.

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Kebohs July 01, 2013

Excellent Chili!!! I won a chili cookoff with this recipe and some minor modifications.

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jmsbuford January 18, 2009

TOO sweet. Not nearly spicy enough. Lacks depth of flavor. Would not make again.

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RedSoxInMD January 11, 2009

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!!!

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ramsey_penegar September 19, 2008

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.

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Evie* July 02, 2008
Brown Sugar Chili