Amazing Chili

"A very tasty chili to warm you up on a cold winter's night. Use extra lean beef to further reduce the fat content. It turns out very thick and delicious."
 
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Ready In:
8hrs 20mins
Ingredients:
14
Serves:
6-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Brown ground beef with onion and garlic till meat no longer pink, then drain off fat.
  • Add celery, green pepper and spices, saute till vegetables are heated through.
  • Combine all ingredients in a crock pot or large stock pot.
  • Simmer on very low heat for 8-12 hours, stir every 1-2 hours.
  • Serve with a crisp salad and cornbread or crusty rolls.

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Reviews

  1. M. Joan
    Enjoyed your chili recipe! At the store I shopped, I could not find Campbell Fiesta Tomato soup so substituted Campbell Fiesta Chili Beef with Beans soup instead. Will look for the other soup to try next time. Thanx!
     
  2. loof751
    Great chili, hearty and flavorful. I made 2 small changes: used 1 onion and 2 green peppers; and used a mixture of dark red, light red, and black beans. I'll add some jalapeno next time to give it a little more kick. Thanks for posting this recipe!
     
  3. carolinafan
    This was great on a cool fall evening. I chose this for PAC fall '07. I used regular tomato soup but it was still spicy enough. Thanks for posting.
     
  4. Karen Elizabeth
    This was indeed a very tasty chili, i made it the night before I used it, and then simmered it again for a few hours the next day prior to supper. Thick and satisfying, I was afraid it might be a little spicy for my youngsters, but in fact it was not overly spicy at all and it was enjoyed by all who ate it. I served it with Recipe # 51721 (on Imperas recommendation, thanks Impera!) and rice. We actually had mac'n'cheese as well, for non-chilli eaters, they go together really well, we discovered!
     
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Tweaks

  1. Helen1
    Campbell Soup discontinued the Fiesta Tomato. I used the new Roasted Red Pepper one.
     
  2. M. Joan
    Enjoyed your chili recipe! At the store I shopped, I could not find Campbell Fiesta Tomato soup so substituted Campbell Fiesta Chili Beef with Beans soup instead. Will look for the other soup to try next time. Thanx!
     

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