Given how quickly this one comes together, it has a pretty darn good flavor. I do agree that you will want to kick up the spice a bit (we did spices x 2). We also added real onion and garlic cooking it with the meat (and a bit more than called for in the recipe). But this one comes together fast, has a decent flavor--perfect for a fall or winter weeknight.
This recipe definitely lacks kick. I would suggest at least doubling the seasonings & adding onion to this recipe. It has a nice taste - just needs more kick!
This was perfect. It had just enough bite for my husband. I used tomato sauce instead of the fresh(husband doesn't like whole maters) and fresh chopped sweet onions instead of the minced. I topped it off with shredded cheddar and crumbled cornbread. It tasted fantastic and I did it all in one pot.
Since he knows I always use Recipezaar, my husband went on and found this recipe for a camping trip with his buddy. He said it was really easy, clean tasting, and delicious... and he wants to make is again for ME! I'm so proud of him! :)
I made this in the crockpot both times! AWESOME! I revised it a little bit by adding 1/4 c of Frank's Hot Sauce & 1/4 tsp of cinnamon. I replaced the Sugar with Splenda & the flour with cornstarch, too. Everyone gave this RAVE REVIEWS! It was really good. Made once with Ground Turkey & once with large can of chunk chicken breast. Very good both times! THANKS! (I also made up a few containers of your dry ingredients so that they are all measured out & all I have to add is the wet ingredients to the crockpot. Saves a lot of time.
This was really good, except that I needed to add a little extra chili powder and cumin. It wasn't quite spicy enough for my taste. Other than that, it is a great chili recipe. I used tomato sauce instead of the tomatoes and added some yellow onion (didn't have enough instant minced). Thanks so much for sharing I will definitely use this recipe again!