My Chili Recipe
If you want a good, basic chili recipe, this is it. No odd vegetables, or secret ingredients, just ground beef, tomatoes, red kidney beans, and the usual spices. Simple and delicious.
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This is a good, standard chili, with lots of ground beef, tomatoes, kidney and pinto beans, and onions. It needs to simmer for 90 minutes on the stove, or can be made in a slow cooker and left to simmer all day.
This is a powerhouse chili that's a snap to make! Just saute onion, beef, and green bell peppers, and then stir in spices, chile peppers and tomatoes!
This is a delicious recipe and so easy! However, I did make a few changes to suit my taste, but used the base as a starter. For my tweaks, I left out the beans because I just don't like them in chili. I also don't like onions, but I knew it needed something for the flavor so I used dehydrated minced onion instead. I added a can of diced green chiles and a little more chili powder for some extra heat. Lastly, I used TVP (textured vegetable protein) in place of the ground beef, and a little canola oil to make up for losing the fat from the meat. This came out a little "soupy" which is just the way I love my chili! Who needs a spice packet full of preservatives and ingredients you can't pronounce when you can make it from scratch so quickly and easily. Thank you for sharing!
My husband said this was the best Chili I'd ever made. Of course, I had to improvise according to what was in my pantry. I cut the recipe in half. I only used 1 large jar of stewed tomatoes (homemade from my friend) and 2 cans of PC Smokin Stampede beans in BBQ sauce, no tomato sauce. A little cornstarch to thicken and it was perfect.
Chili cooked in a pressure cooker is fast, and the spices and unsweetened cocoa give it a rich flavor.
Easy simple chili. Not too hot for kids. I added another can of beans, but that's just my preference with chili.
The chipotle peppers give this slow cooker chili a subtle, smoky flavor.