Crock Pot Kidney Bean Chili

"A good, warming bowl of this easy to make chili will chase away your chills on a cold winter's day. One of our favorites."
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Ready In:
10hrs 30mins
12 cups




  • Brown ground chuck on top of stove, drain fat.
  • Put ground chuck and the rest of the ingredients listed, in a 5-quart crockpot.
  • Cook on low for 10-12 hours.

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  1. yikeskaboom
    absolutely disgusting. I have never made chili ever so I carefully followed the recipe and it came out tasting like spicy meat water. i am so disappointed at this recipe i just want to cuss. luckily, i have some cooking talent and was able to save this big pile of sh*t they pass on as food. i had to add ketchup, loads more of cumin, fennel seeds, onion powder, garlic powder, merlot, a good brand of spaghetti sauce, fresh celery, more salt, more cumin, oregano ... and at the end, i still had to serve this thing with hot sauce, sour cream and an expensive brand of sharp cheddar cheese to be edible. RIDICULOUS! whoever thought that making chili is THIS easy is one lying bastard. I may as well had just bought chili from Wendy's.
  2. sandydky_3866683
    Best chili recipe I've tried. The only one my husband will eat. Super easy.
  3. WeazelChef
    I had to add atleast 2 cups of water and didn't drain the tomatoes. I thought the chili would have tasted better if it only cooked for like 2 or 4 hours.
  4. WhittySmith
    This was very yummy! I only added an 8oz can of tomato sauce and didn't drain the tomatoes and I had plenty of liquid in mine. It was perfect!! Thank you for such an easy and yummy recipe!! I will be making this again :)
  5. African Lady
    Really Good Chili Recipe! Added more liquid, though.



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