Quick Irish Chili

A Bridget Murphy recipe direct from Lake Eden, Minnesota. This chili is especially good when served with soda bread. If you don't like things spicy, cut back on the red pepper. A generous dallop of sour cream mixed into your bowl will also work to cut the heat from the pepper.

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35mins
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  • Brown the hamburger in a large skillet. Add the garlic and onion and stir until the onion pieces are translucent.
  • Add the tomato sauce and the tomatoes. Stir well.
  • Add remaining ingredients and heat everything up over medium heat, then cover, turn heat to low, and simmer for 20 minutes.
  • Optional toppings: Chopped celery sauteed in oil, but still a bit crunchy. Chopped green onions. Shredded cheese. Chopped black olives. Sour cream.
  • Fill bowls with chili and top with any or all of the above.
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"A Bridget Murphy recipe direct from Lake Eden, Minnesota. This chili is especially good when served with soda bread. If you don't like things spicy, cut back on the red pepper. A generous dallop of sour cream mixed into your bowl will also work to cut the heat from the pepper."
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  1. Foxfire13
    A Bridget Murphy recipe direct from Lake Eden, Minnesota. This chili is especially good when served with soda bread. If you don't like things spicy, cut back on the red pepper. A generous dallop of sour cream mixed into your bowl will also work to cut the heat from the pepper.
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