If you've had spices longer than a year, it might be time to replace them. Seasonings tend to dull in flavor the longer they sit on the shelf. Always store them in a cool, dry place.
I had not made chili in some time and found this recipe thinking it was similar to what I remembered. Was not at all satisfied with the results. No flavor except all the tomato paste and sauce. Would not recommend as advertised. I will look elsewhere for another recipe.Read More
The chili was a hit at my super bowl party. It had a deep, complex flavor and the chunks were perfectly sized.Read More
I used lean beef stew chunks instead of chuck roast and added an extra tablespoon of chili powder, doubled the cayenne pepper, and included a teaspoon and a half of Olde Thompson habenero black pepper spice. This came out perfect. Texas chili is supposed to be hot.Read More
This won a Super Bowl Party chili cook-off. Never made it before but oh, what a flavor punch! There was no need for Tabasco or pepper sauce. We enjoy sour cream, diced onion, sharp cheddar cheese and blue corn chips as toppings. And, the corn bread was the perfect accompaniment as well~Read More
This is by far the best chili EVER. In fact, it is the only one my family wants so I threw out all my old recipes. I have been making it for years now & I too add more chili powder and some diced chilis and spicy tomatoes and sometimes I even add beans. You cannot go wrong with this recipe.Read More
This is easily one of the best chilis I've ever had! The beef came out so tender and the taste and consistency are wonderful. I did add more spice since I could tell from the recipe it wouldn't be very spicy. I recommend 3 tablespoons of chili powder (instead of 2) and 2 small cans of diced green chiles for more kick. But if you don't need the spice, and are looking for a great non-bean chili recipe, this is perfect! It's going to be my go-to chili from now on.Read More