5 Reviews

This is killer easy. I used the whole can of pinto beans and tomatoes and added kidney beans and switched the beef out for spicey italian sausage. I love how I can change it out and it cooks so fast.

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Ms Lady LoLa October 06, 2009

I love how easy this recipe was and it had surprisingly good flavor. I made it a few hours ahead and let it simmer. I also added and ounce of chili flavored dark chocolate for some depth. I didn't need to add any liquid. Probably because I only had a half lb of meat.

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willobellwood November 03, 2006

Thank you JMin for a great and easy meal! I used ground round, a couple cloves of garlic, and omitted the salt. This was a bit thick so I added some vegetable broth and it worked perfectly. Nice for a rainy and cold October day!

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lauralie41 October 22, 2006

This was very easy to make and it has a good flavor too. I added a full can of beef broth as it is VERY thick. Like kiwidutch I'll add more cumin next time too. JMin is the chef I adopted from the Newbie Nursery, in this falls PAC 2006

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Charlotte J September 30, 2006

We liked this recipe, I did it on the stovetop... used red beans instead of pintos becuase that's what I had to hand, more red pappers since I had no green ones and added an extra clove of garlic. I also threw in some broccoli that needed using so that I could make a quick semi-one-pot meal with the rice in the rice cooker to get things going near the end of the week when parents and kids are tired and good food is still important. Next time I will use more cumin as it really adds to the flavour. Please see my rating system: a lovely 4 stars :) Thanks!

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kiwidutch September 28, 2006
One Step Chili