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I keep coming back to this recipe because it's easy, it's basic with easy ingredients, and it's easy to improvise from. The recipe as is here is a bit underspiced but that's just a matter of throwing in more of whatever you like.

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Rick Bohan November 17, 2012

Excellent chili! For health reasons, I lowered the sodium by making a few changes: I used sweet Italian *turkey* sausage, no-salt-added tomatoes, low-sodium beef stock, and cut the salt down by half. The end result was so good, no one missed the salt at all. :) I also had to used dried cilantro and parsley -- 2 tablespoons and 1 tablespoon, respectively -- because I had none of the fresh handy. I also added a touch more garlic, and used two unseeded jalapenos. Either this makes 10 very modest-size servings, or my guests just *really* loved it, but all I know is that I made it for a group of 5 people... and had NONE of the chili left at the end of dinner. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!

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Lynne the Pirate Queen March 16, 2009

OMG!!!! I have an Uncle Donald that makes some tasty chili too!!! What a co-in-ki-dink!!! Best Chili Ever!!!

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aliono November 22, 2008
Uncle Donald's Chili