By Cream Puff on September 30, 2005
Photo by Jenniegal
Photo by Jenniegal
"I created this recipe when I wanted to use up some leftover home-made chili. Great comfort food you can make as spicy as you like!"
Serving Size: 1 (313 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Total comfort food. Great recipe. I had some left over crushed tomatoes and used it in place of the ketchup. I made this a second time using ground turkey and instead of the 1/2 cup of ketchup I used 1 cup of tomato sauce which I made from a can of tomato paste and added water. Turned out just as delicious as the first time."
"A real gem and did you know that my bottle of ketchup makes rude noises?"
"Thanks Cream Puff! We really enjoyed this comfort food. So good it was eaten before I got a picture of it. The ketchup was an unexpected but good flavor enhancer. I think next time I will add in onions. I say error on 5 cups of chili as I used four and it could have used more. I used my 13x9 baking pan and did two layers but spread out. Lovely. Enjoy! ChefDLH"
"This is exactly how I make our Chili-Mac. I used leftover home made chili, add cooked elbow macaroni, and shredded cheese, and bake. I omit the ketchup. Delicious!"
"I loved it! Great for when you have kids around. Very easy to make."
"Great recipe! This got 5 stars all around the table. I made a huge pot of chili and made 2 casseroles. One of my family and one of my son & his wife because I knew they'd love it too. Made for Fall 2009 PAC."
"this was gobbled up at my house the layers truely made it very cheesy made for spring PAC '09"
"SO good and even better the second day! I used homemade chili and vegan versions of the ingredients (all "cheddar" because I couldn't find Jack cheese) but otherwise followed exactly. So simple yet addictive - thanks!"
"Love this recipe so simple and easy. I keep homemade chili in my freezer all the time so I just had to pull out some and go to cooking. "