This recipe makes a TON and I have it loaded up in my freezer (kinda nice to have a whole meal in there!). It is 'just right' as far as the spice goes and I could actually have used a bit more spice. Perhaps some Tabasco next time?
Great tasting, easy recipe. Just the right amount of heat to spice up the hot dogs. We had a kitchen emergency when my roast didn't thaw in time for dinner, but I remembered seeing Susie's photo in the swap suite today. I had everything on hand except the turkey (we used it for meatballs a few nights ago) & only had to micro-defrost the ground beef. I cut the recipe in half & still had enough to vacuum pack & freeze for another night. Thanks for posting your recipe, you're right... it IS Just Right!
This is a delicious, mild chili. Not only would it be perfect on a hot dog, but also in any non-bowl chili presentations where a milder, less assertive chili is desired. I'm thinking about a possibility of huevos rancheros, or over a pile of french fries or nacho chips, or even on a bed of crispy lettuce as a lunch salad. This was yummy! My DS appreciated that there were no beans! Made for Photo Swap. Thanks, 3KBs!
Easy to make and tasty. I made half a recipe too. It was a bit spicier than I anticipated, so be careful.
This is very good and perfect over hot dogs. My DH liked it so much he was eating it by itself! I halved the recipe as it makes alot. Perfect for oamc! It has a little spice but not too much and you could easily use the hotter chilies if you like that. As is, its perfect for kids or those who don't like it too spicy. Thanks for sharing!
This was nothing like the New Brighton Hot Dog Shop chili. It was VERY spicy. I wouldn't make it again.