Game Day Chili

  • stepheb Posted: 03/22/11
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    liked this recipe! I used 1 lb. ground beef and 12 oz. Boca crumbles to keep the fat and calories down. Husband didn't notice the difference! Chili has a nice consistency to it. Will make again. Just enough flavor.

  • Christie68 Posted: 01/10/11
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    I have been looking for a good, classic, simple chili recipe! This fit the bill. It was simple to make and my family LOVED it! Made "northern style" corn bread to go along with it. YUM! YUM! I substituted Worthington Veggie Burger in place of beef and Swanson's Vegetable Broth in place of the beef broth and dark beer. Also added on can of chopped tomatoes (drained).

  • LouiesMom Posted: 01/04/11
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    This chili is tangy, spicy, rich in texture and deep in flavor. I substituted ground turky for the beef. My husband raved and said it is now his favorite chili. Will add this to my recipe collection.

  • jtbeau Posted: 01/18/11
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    Family raved about this one and is busy thinking up everything it will be good over. Not too thick or tomatoey. Added 2 chiptole peppers chopped fine as we like our chili kicked up a notch.

  • mandy51 Posted: 02/06/11
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    This is the BEST chili I have ever had! My husband came across this recipe & we liked it so much, he had to make a triple batch 3 days later! Everyone who tries it loves it! He made a couple of changes. He didn't use cumin or the green chiles, and added a chopped green pepper and a 15 oz. can of stewed tomatoes. Also, he used red kidney beans in place of the pinto beans. I'm not sure, but he may have added a couple dashes of sugar also. You will LOVE it!!

  • racingpawpaw Posted: 12/16/12
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    Covington, TN

    I added 1 can of Rotel. It was great. Saving this one.

  • USAFRET91 Posted: 09/13/13
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    Great chili except for the beans leave them out.


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