Three Bean Chipotle Chili

Three Bean Chipotle Chili created by Outta Here

Adapted from the back of a can of S&W brand tomatoes. My family loves this one, and it's so quick and easy to make. One of my faves, too. The original recipe is kicking spicy, and I had to tone it down for my spice-wimps. They STILL say it is too spicy how I make it. Watch out for those chipotle chilis in adobo sauce. They are extremely hot. I use low sodium tomatoes and low sodium beans whenever possible.

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  • Brown the meat, onion and garlic in a large saucepan over medium high heat, about 3 minutes. Drain.
  • Stir in chili powder, cumin, undrained tomatoes and chipotle peppers. Cook for about 10 minutes or until thickened, stirring occasionally.
  • Add the beans and cook for another 5 minutes.
  • Serve with cilantro, avocado and sour cream, if desired. Corn bread and a nice green salad round out the meal.
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"Adapted from the back of a can of S&W brand tomatoes. My family loves this one, and it's so quick and easy to make. One of my faves, too. The original recipe is kicking spicy, and I had to tone it down for my spice-wimps. They STILL say it is too spicy how I make it. Watch out for those chipotle chilis in adobo sauce. They are extremely hot. I use low sodium tomatoes and low sodium beans whenever possible."
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  1. crazycookinmama
    I am so sorry...it took me a long time to make and review, and then I make it and am not a fan. I feel terrible. My DH loved it however. I didn't like that it had to "juice" to it, so I added some beef stock. I used everything to the T..maybe a little more spice because we like it spicy, but it just didn't have anything "special" for me. I'm sure it can be adapted to be outstanding though. Thanks!
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  2. Dwynnie
    This was great, though I made changes... :-S I used 1 lb of ground beef and 1 lb of ground pork and only two cans of beans--red beans and black beans. I also spiced it up and used 2 Tbs of chili powder, 2 tsp of cumin, and chopped (after seeding) 4 large chipotles, plus I used 1 Tbs of the adobo sauce. I thought it was great--the spice wimps in my house just about died! So, I added 1 bottle of Corona, 1 tiny can of tomato paste, and 1 15 ounce can of drained petite diced tomatoes. I simmered for longer so it would thicken up and then we were all happy! (Though they still wanted sour cream and cheese...) Thank you for a keeper!
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  3. YiayiaMouse
    This is phenomenal -- not only tasty, but easy, too! I made a double batch, but only used 1# of extra lean ground turkey. It worked out just great! I used 4 chipotles AND 2 fresh, diced jalepenos, and it does have a nice bite. I also love cumin and probably close to doubled the amount called for in the recipe. I will make this a regular dish for Sunday football and (with less heat) a great potluck! Thanks, Mathmom.calif for the outstanding recipe.
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  4. Outta Here
    Three Bean Chipotle Chili Created by Outta Here
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  5. Outta Here
    Very tasty! I added more chipotle, also. I might add a small can of tomato sauce next time, because I like my chili a little "soupier". This was an easy recipe for use in the motorhome, as it used canned beans. I made the turkey version. We had it with cornbread.
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