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Great chili! The best i've made. The 3 hour simmer is key, brings out the flavors. Thanks for posting =)
I was spending a cold and rainy day in Atlanta with my 11 yr old daughter and she said "chili would be great tonight daddy". I am a single dad and the only chili I have ever made was straight out of the can, so I decided to do alittle search. I ended up with this recipe, we went to the store for the ingredients and now my daughter thinks that I make the "best" chili she has ever had ("it's the bomb") was her exact words, lol. Thank you for saving me and for such great chili.
Blue ribbon goes to chilli that can be reheated again. Worked well in the crockpot.
Great recipe and very easy. I used kidney beans for the chili beans and I put a little less then 1/2 cup of chili powder. It turned out great. Thanks for sharing.
The chili was great I made it for a superbowl party. Very easy to make I added some additional peppers to add some spice.
This chili was so very good.Thank you.
I loved this recipe, to add a bit of heat I replaced 2 cans of diced tomatoes with 2 cans of diced & fire roasted tomatoes! :) yumm..
This was good but not spectacular. It may be due to the changes I made based on what I had on hand. I only had dried kidney beans that I had cooked up the day before, so I had to add 4 cups of homemade stock to make up for the liquid. I also realized that I was out of thyme, I added some cumin instead. After letting it simmer for a few hours, it still needed something and was a bit acidic. So, I added a little sugar, some mustard and more cayenne. My boyfriend liked it alot and we ate the leftovers all week. Thanks for sharing!
I love this recipe it is so easy and so tasty. I do agree it tastes better as the days go by. I've even made it already for a dinner party coming up in a few days. This chili freezes very well and is just as yummy reheated.
I loved this chili! I added some chopped fresh green chili peppers for some extra heat...yum yum!