9 Reviews

My stepson loved this. It was great for a cold day.

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phoenixarising04 January 15, 2012

This was not our favorite dish taste-wise, but I'm not a big fan of pork and beans in general. To me the p & b taste was just a little too over-powering. However, I love the addition of the corn, and you can't beat it for simplicity. I'll definitely keep the recipe around for those rushed days when I need something quick and simple to throw in the crockpot!

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Luv2Cook/Hate2Clean:) November 29, 2008

A sweet stew that gets it sweetness form the juice of the pork and beans. So very easy to make. I mixed it up at 11 this morning and now at 5 PM it is ready to eat. Personally, I don't call this a chili because I never put corn or pork & beans in mine. It has to have kidney beans to be chili in my book. The kids liked it and that's good enough for ZWT III 2007 - United States Region

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Charlotte J June 27, 2007

Yum. My kids loved this and thought it was so delicious. Almost like a chili but a little bit of a different taste. Love it!

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Claidan November 02, 2006

I did like this very much, but it is basically chili. I assumed this was going to have a different twist to it. Flavors nicely melded together. Good for those crockpot rush days.

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enigma535 October 15, 2006

Very good. Great for those busy week nights. Served w/cornbread. Thank you

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Madson7 September 12, 2006

This was a hit with my cowboys -- and couldn't be easier -- a complete meal with only corn bread for dunking! The changes I made was since I didn't have any chili beans I used 2 cans pork and beans (one regular and one with smoked ham) plus 1 teaspoon chili powder. Dh had thirds and we're freezing the leftovers for lunches! Thanks for sharing this keeper which we will be having often!

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ellie_ August 10, 2006

Very interesting and different. Couldn't be much easier, too! I only had a small piece of green pepper to chop up, and I added some cumin, otherwise made it as written. It's a very hearty stew. I just think it needs a tad more flavor. Garlic, cayenne pepper? Maybe some chopped tomatoes w/ green chilies? I will make this again and experiment. Thanx for a nice and easy new crockpot recipe!

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*Parsley* August 10, 2006

This was very easy to assemble. I used Staghouse Chili without beans, and having no tomato sauce I substituted two 11oz cans tomato-basil-oregano soup. Based on appearance, my daughter said yuck, but when she tasted it she asked for seconds! It was good the first night, and reheated well the second night too!

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Terri Newell August 02, 2006
Crock Pot Cowboy Stew