CCheryl's Best Crockpot Chile
This recipe comes from my sister who is a master cook with several cooking degrees. When she first showed me this recipe, it looked too simple but when i made it, the flavor was out of this world! This is the only Chile I make, sometimes i add some red element to it, like red peppers. I make chile omeletts, chiliaghetti...(mix it with spaghetti noodles) my hubby and daughters favorite, top it with jack cheese, onions and red pepper flakes..."Awesome recipe! I used extra lean ground beef (7% fat) and cooked for 10 hrs, came out so tender! I didn't drain the beans before adding, think this kept it moister. Great recipe and so easy- thanks for sharing it !" - greyherder
Yield: 0 Ready in 12 hours
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|1 16-oz canpinto beans; 16 ounce cans drained|
|1 16-oz cantomato; diced|
|2 poundsground beef; browned and drained|
|2 green bell pepper; coarsely chopped|
|1 stalkCelery; chopped|
|3 clovesgarlic; crushed|
|3 tablespoonschili powder; or a little less|
CCheryl's Best Crockpot Chile Preparation
Put all ingredients in crock pot in order listed. Stir once. Cover and cook on low 10 to 12, do not lift the lid, do not over stir....you can also add other items that you like. You can add other types of beans as well, and be sure to use a white Onion, it does have a more mexican flavor to it.
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