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Easy Chili

Easy Chili created by Outta Here

Very good chili.. Like hot?? Just add to taste some cayenne, red pepper flakes or tobasco! YUM!

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45mins
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directions

  • Cook hamburger and drain. Add to dutch oven.
  • Combine all other ingredients.
  • Add water if desired for a less chunky chili.
  • Heat on med-low heat 30-45 minutes to allow flavors to blend.
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"Very good chili.. Like hot?? Just add to taste some cayenne, red pepper flakes or tobasco! YUM!"
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  1. bmcnichol
    I needed a quick dinner tonight. I only had a pound and a half of ground beef and added some onions to the meat. I omitted the kidney beans just because I like my chili more meaty then beany. Everyone enjoyed this. Made for Spring PAC 2013
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  2. Outta Here
    Easy Chili Created by Outta Here
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  3. Outta Here
    The name says it all! Easy Chili. But tasty. I made 2 changes. Subbed ground turkey for the beef, and since we like onion in ours, I added a cup of diced yellow onion to the turkey while browning it. I used a combination of regular chili powder and some chipotle chili powder for added heat. Made for Fall 2009 PAC.
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  4. Outta Here
    The name says it all! Easy Chili. But tasty. I made 2 changes. Subbed ground turkey for the beef, and since we like onion in ours, I added a cup of diced yellow onion to the turkey while browning it. I used a combination of regular chili powder and some chipotle chili powder for added heat. Made for Fall 2009 PAC.
    Reply
  5. whatsachef
    Very good chili.. Like hot?? Just add to taste some cayenne, red pepper flakes or tobasco! YUM!
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