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This is a great recipe. It was extremely easy to make. Both of my picky eaters ate it. My husband liked it so much he told me that I need to use this recipe from now on when making chili.
I made this chili and entered it in the chili contest on my job and won first place. It was really easy to put together. I actually made to batches. I liked them both but on the second one I used a portion of the salt to season the beef as it was cooking. This made a difference in the final taste.
This is my new go-to chili. It's so easy and delicious... really hits the spot. I substituted 2 cans of crushed tomatoes for the tomato juice and sauce, and it was perfect. Thanks for sharing!!
Awesome chili Anita! I did make a few changes due to my personal taste and what I had in my pantry...I omitted the oil, added a couple of dashes of celery seed and doubled the garlic. I only had a 10 oz can of Rotel and a 15 oz can of tomato sauce. I had no tomato juice so I subbed half a Red Stripe (Hooray Beer!). I'm sure it's equally as delicious as written. :)
My search for a good chili is finally over! I wasn't sure the perfect chili was out there until I found yours. I did however double the spices because we love the extra chili flavor. I also added mushrooms and assorted bell peppers. The leftovers are excellent for nachos and freeze nicely.
This is a great recipe! I made it for my office. I did put a tbsp more salt and 16 oz of tomato juice. Very good! Lot of compliments Thanks
Tripled the recipe and it came out GREAT! The longer it sits the better it gets. Thanks so much for posting!
Really, really good. I made it as written except I didn't use oil to fry meat. I didn't have tomato juice so I substituted bloody mary mix. I also added 1 1/2 TB brown sugar as someone else suggested. It's my new chili recipe - replacing the one I've made for years. Thank you!
My Husband and I loved this chili !!! Delicious ! I used 2 lbs ground beef. I left out the cayenne pepper because I didn't have any. I also substituted 1 large can of tomato puree for the tomato sauce and juice. It worked out beautifully. Thank you !
I've made this recipe a bunch and I love it when the cold weather rolls around and I can start making it again. The only changes I make are to cut down on the beans (not a bean lover). I also use stew meat and throw everything in the crockpot for about 8 hours on low. The stew meat just melts in your mouth! Thanks for the recipe!