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Nice simple chili. This was easy to put together and tasted great while watching football. Thanks Jackie for a nice keeper. Made for What's on the Menu Tag.
I made the following changes to the recipe: used pinto beans instead of kidneys, used tomatoes with green chiles instead of jalapenos, and 1 pkg. of regular chili seasoning mix and 1/2 a pkg. of hot chili mix......it was plenty hot enough for us. I also used only1 lb. of ground beef and added 1 carrot chopped in small pieces, 1 medium onion chopped and 1 zucchini chopped into a small dice and sautéed them before adding them to the chili. It made a fabulous, thick chili that's great on a fall or winter day. Made for Football Pool 2013.
I only made half a recipe to try it out before taking it to a large party. It was the first one I tried and it's a keeper. It was pretty hot. I'll have to tone it down quite a bit when I make the large batch, since there will be kids and elderly ones at party. I tried a bowl of it with and without cheese, both ways were good. I like rice with chili and cheese on top and I think this is will be great for that too. Thanks for a quick, easy, very versatile chili.
A great recipe for it's simplicity. I used home-made canned tomatoes and only one can of dark red kidney beans. I"ll be using this chili recipe often. Perfect seasonings in the packages I used from McCormick's. Made for KK's Mini-Cook-a-thon.
Very easy and tasty chili. Hit the spot on a cold winter day. I added come extra cumin and chili powder, as we needed a bit more of a kick as a personal preferance. I also let this simmer for a couple of hours and it was still great. Thanks!
Wonderful chili...easy and fast! My daughter, who hates onions, asked me for the recipe! I used 1 HOT chili seasoning and 1 MILD...still has a kick! THIS is now our chili recipe! Thank you!