This recipe came from my county's EMC "Watt's Cookin" cookbook printed in 1978. I've made this alot over the years since then, especially for Christmas and Easter dinners. So easy to put together and so good!
I started liking grilled cheese & tomato sandwiches years ago at a little restaurant near my office. I would go about three times a week to order a grilled provolone cheese & tomato sandwich. Today I wanted something different, something a little spicier, so I made up the following recipe. I thought it was delicious! Hope you try it and enjoy it!
Recipe is easily doubled. Makes a great finger food at any get together, or for a meal. You can make them mild or spicy hot. Serve with the suggested sauce, BBQ sauce, or gravy. Also good served the next day in a salad - that is if you have any left over!
I first had this chili at a BBQ place in TN and it was called Tennessee chili. I liked it so well that I searched for one in my many recipe books, finding this one. The only ingredient that has been added is the chili powder.
This recipe was given to me by my siser over 15 years ago, and I have many requests for it. When layered in a glass dish, it's very colorful for holiday parties. For a more casual get together with a festive look, such as a BBQ, layer it in a 10" iron skillet, and tie a bandana around the handle.
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