As prepared. I was not impressed. Bland as is.
Tasty chili in a flash. Not a veggie to be peeled and chopped, just open cans. I added like 1/4 cup diced green chilies.
Not Wendy's chili but good. I believe that Wendy's chili has peppers in it and is a lot more soupy. This chili was thick, more like for topping hot dogs. I added more seasoning and some chicken bullion. This is easy and tasty, its a keeper. Thanks for posting!
Very very very good chili! Not Wendys, but great! I added a can of chili beans as well.
Oh wow....the family's new favorite chilli recipe. DH love Wendy's chili and so I just knew this would go over in a big way for him. I"ve never made chilid using french onion soup and so this must..it just must be the secret ingredient. I"m not a meat eater, but the smell was heavenly while this was simmering away on the stove-top. A real keeper Tink. Made for HolidayTag.
OMG, I am amazed at how good this is, and how easy! Normally we add more spice, but this was great, I hardly had any leftovers for just the 2 of us. This is not bland at all, but it doesn't interfere with medication or the like (at this point at least.) Thanks for sharing this recipe, Tinkerbell! Made for Photo Tag.
I entered a chili contest @ my church in 2006 and had never made chili before. So, I went on here to find a recipe and found this one. I looked over the ingredients list and said ok, found one. I made the chili and took it to the contest and won FIRST PLACE!!!!! In 2007 my church had another contest and I had to make my chili again and I won FIRST PLACE AGAIN! This is a GREAT Recipe!!!!!
I used ground turkey but otherwise followed the recipe. I didn't process the onion soup and the whole thing was at a simmer in about 15 minutes. Loved how easy and quick it was to put together. Thanks!
The recipe was good but I think it might have been missing some spices. It felt too tomatoey with the tomato paste and didn't have the kick I was expecting from Wendy's.
I entered in a chili cook-off with this and won!