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Calling this a chili is somewhat of a misnomer as this is very watery and more like a brothy soup. However, it is delicious. I used extra hot Rotel so it had a great kick and topped with non fat sour cream and cheese. Equally as good with tortillas or chips. Next time will cut the meat a little smaller too. I didn't use the chilil oil as I thought it was great without it.

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Vicki in CT January 18, 2008

This was very easy and authentic tasting, the fact that it is from weight watchers is just another bonus!

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Angela P. January 08, 2008

This was very good. I did not add the chili oil because I did not have any. The meat turned out very tender and the broth was just right; not too spicy. I used this as a filling for soft tacos.

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Ginny Sue July 14, 2007

This was absolutely delicious and so easy--the biggest job was opening up all those cans. I used meaty beef shanks with a nice marrow bone. The beef shanks added a lot of flavor + because the meast cooked apart, no chopping was needed. Like ND, I added beans. I used seasoned black beans, so I didn't need to drain them. Next time I see a nice pair of beef shanks I will make this again. It's a great brown bag dish!

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mklein50 February 11, 2006

This was really, really easy. I made it while I was getting ready for work, and that is almost a miracle. To save time, I used pre-cut "stew meat." I added a can of drained navy beans at the end.

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Napoleon Dynamite September 28, 2005
Green Chili, Mexican Style