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My Favorite Chili

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My Favorite Chili

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  • 1.5 hours
  • Serves 10
  • Easy

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Some days, nothing will satisfy you but a great, big, steamy bowl of chili.  I prefer mine with sour cream, grated cheddar and Ritz crackers.  I repeat, Ritz crackers.  I really won’t touch chili if not for Ritz crackers to dip into it.  But I digress.

The great thing about chili is that it’s a one pot meal, and can be prepped in minutes and set on the stove to simmer without worry.

This recipe is my all-time favorite chili.  Not too spicy, with a nice chunky texture of the vegetables and meat.  It’s a basic chili, but a great one.

It’s also a great place to start if you want to add additional ingredients to make this chili your own.  The possibilities are endless…different kinds of beans, corn, jalapenos, chicken…

Try this and share it with your friends.  And don’t forget the Ritz.

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Adrienne

Tried and tested recipes I really make for my family and friends. Really. Simple, hearty comfort food made with fresh, local ingredients.

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Doug and Kristen,
I have heard of people putting over spaghetti, but have never tried it…I just may do that!

I also add more beans than the recipe calls for. I love butter beans, so I add those. I also love adding frozen corn.

My very favorite way to eat it is with plenty of cheddar cheese and sour cream, dipping Ritz crackers in.

Glad you’re enjoying the recipe. It’s one of my favorites.

I’ve made this a few times now – though I think I add a lot more beans – black, pinto, kidney – as well as corn. It makes WAY more than the chili eaters in my house can eat, but I freeze half of it and the other half last 3-4 days. I have not tried it over spaghetti, but I do eat it over elbow macaroni with cheddar cheese (Yes, just like at Steak and Shake). I’ll also eat it over hot dogs or just plain with crackers. Any other ideas?

I think Cincinnati Chili is different. It either has chocolate or cinnamon in it. Not sure which. Still, it might be served over noodles.

I am always looking for a good chili recipe and this sounds delicious! After reading this and the “pasta wars” entry, I was wondering if you ever tried chili over spaghetti? There’s a restaurant chain in the Mid-West called Steak ‘n Shake that serves it that way.I have also seen it referred to as Cincinnati Chili…anyway, it might help winner over your non-pasta lover!

This looks pretty good to me, and well within my cooking abilities. Is it really “not too hot” with all that cayenne? Can you swap the beef for turkey without changing anything else?

It really is pretty mild. I’m not one for spicy food, and this is the perfect heat for me. If you wanted to make it hotter, you would just add more cayenne. And yes, you could substitute ground turkey for the beef. That would be delicious and healthy. I think I’ll try that next time!

I have tried many BIG mouthful’s of your chili and it is delish! I also like cornbread with butter and jelly with it. When you take a BIG mouthful of the chili remember not to laugh it might come out your nose. 🙂

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