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If you want your chili to taste like tacos with beans then this is the recipe for you. I won't be making chili with taco seasoning or condensed soup again. On the plus side it is easy to make.
This turned out surprisingly good. I used one can of regular tomato soup, and one Ranchero Tomato soup (all I had). Couldn't find white beans in tomato sauce, so just used regular white beans. Added a little salsa to make up the difference. Will make again!
I've made this a couple of times and it was a really good basic recipe. I usually don't like slow cooker meat recipes, but this is one I will make again. I left out the taco seasoning and used chipotle chili instead. I also added some canned tomatoes for one of the tins of soup. I cooked it on high for 3 hours. Thanks a lot for the recipe.
I tried this recipe because I had some cans of tomato soup that I needed to use up. I guess it was just the combined sodium content of the soup and the taco seasoning, but this was too salty for me to consider making it again.
Doubled the recipe and used more chili powder - but we LOVED this chili!!! It was real thick and real tasty! Thanks Pamela!
A very good and very easy to prepare recipe for chili. I really liked using the crock pot for this version. This is a nice, mild chili recipe. A good choice for kids.
This was really good chili. I couldn't find whit beans in tomato sauce so I used half pintos in mild chili sauce and half white beans. I doubled the recipe and put half in the freezer. Supper easy. I also accidentally added a tablespoon of seasoning instead of the teaspoon. Mine was a little bit more spicy than intended. Thanks!
This is excellent! And SOOO easy. Thank you!
Worthy of ten stars! I have made this so many times, I've lost count. I use one can of chili beans instead of the white beans in tomato sauce, two cans of kidney beans, and I always use Morningstar Farms veggie crumbles instead of the beef. Couldn't be easier, and everyone loves it.