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Granny's Fast and Easy Chili

I have been making our chili this way for years. My mom always used Brooks chili beans so I prefer those but you could use any brand that you like. The seasonings can also be adjusted to suit your taste and cayenne or hot sauce could be added to heat up the chili.

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30mins
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  • In large dutch oven cook ground round until no longer pink and nicely browned. Drain any grease that has accumulated.
  • Add remaining ingredients to browned ground round and mix well. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes or until heated thru.
  • Serve with shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream, or any topping of your choice.
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"I have been making our chili this way for years. My mom always used Brooks chili beans so I prefer those but you could use any brand that you like. The seasonings can also be adjusted to suit your taste and cayenne or hot sauce could be added to heat up the chili."
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  1. insomnia6
    Good for a fast chili to use as a topping, etc
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  2. katie in the UP
    DH and I are going thru a 'hot dog' phase...:) This is the perfect throw together chili it was quick and good...and perfect on top of the bbq'd dogs!! (I did withhold some of the juice...to keep it thicker for the hot dogs..and included red chili powder for some extra heat!) This will be a regular at our house!
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  3. Cookin Mommy
    I have been making our chili this way for years. My mom always used Brooks chili beans so I prefer those but you could use any brand that you like. The seasonings can also be adjusted to suit your taste and cayenne or hot sauce could be added to heat up the chili.
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