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Very tasty, very easy ... great for a week night. I used Certified Angus Beef ground beef and rinsed it with hot water to remove some of the fat content. I also used Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, which may have reduced the points overall!
Very tasty and very easy! I had some ground turkey to use up so I added about 1/4 lb. making this 1 lb. of meat. I did find it to be a bit thick as a result so I added an 8 oz can of tomato sauce and some additional seasoning. I used about a Tablespoon of "Gator Sprinkle" which is my family's favorite seasoning salt. I thought this was excellent and would have served it with baked potato (per another suggestion) if I'd had one available.
Very easy to make and is very filling. I did not make any chages to the receipe except I used 1 lb. of gronud beef which caused the chili to be a little thick. It would be good on top of a baked pototo.
There are two types of chili, long and slow and short and quick, each with their own characteristics. For me they are apples and oranges, or maybe oranges and tangerines. This was a delicious quick chili with lots of bold spices that emerge and fuse in a short time. I used lean ground turkey in place of the beef and added a 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper to compensate for the sweeter taste of poultry over beef. Initially, I was worried there was not enough liquid but half way through the simmer, there was plenty rendered from the veggies and tomatoes. My lunch was hearty, filling and flavorful. Thanks! Made for Pick a Chef Fall 2008.