Chili In Slow Cooker

Chili In Slow Cooker

Ready in 45 minutes
4.6 avg, 12 review(s) 92% would make again

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This chili is great served in biscuit bowls, or with beer cheese bread.

"Excellent except a little too much liquid like a soup. I added 1 can of retried beans to thicken. That was just what it needed. Tasted similar to Texas chili that I usually make. This recipe makes a lot. I will add a little more cayenne pepper next time. The recipe made 5 meals for 2 people. Also used a portion of it for tamale pie. Overall, a good recipe I will make again."

- Sweetie59

Ingredients

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1 pound Ground Chuck
1 pound Ground turkey
1 pound Ground sausage, hot
Salt
Pepper
3 15-oz cans Red Kidney Beans
3 14.5-oz cans Mexican-style stewed tomatoes
1 can Tomato paste
2 stalks Celery; chopped
1 ea Onion; chopped
1 ea Red Bell Pepper; chopped
4 cloves Garlic; chopped
1/4 cup Vinegar, red wine
2 tablespoons Chili powder
1 teaspoon Cumin; ground
1/4 teaspoon Cayenne pepper
4 tablespoons Brown sugar
1 teaspoon Parsley; dried
1 teaspoon Basil; dried
3 dashes Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 cup Red wine

Original recipe makes 8

Servings  

Preparation

Season the beef, turkey and sausage with salt and pepper, and brown in skillet over medium-high heat.

Combine meats and rest of ingredients (up to red wine) in slow cooker; cook on low for 8 hours.

Add red wine at hour six.

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Very good! Browned 1/2 the garlic in the pan before adding meat, put the rest in the slow cooker. Cut down on the sugar, subbed a tsp of cinnamon. Added red pepper flakes. Sweet and spicy! Great depth of flavor.
Kdsez 1 year ago
crystaltimmons 1 year ago
Excellent except a little too much liquid like a soup. I added 1 can of retried beans to thicken. That was just what it needed. Tasted similar to Texas chili that I usually make. This recipe makes a lot. I will add a little more cayenne pepper next time. The recipe made 5 meals for 2 people. Also used a portion of it for tamale pie. Overall, a good recipe I will make again.
Sweetie59 1 year ago
My crock pot has three settings: warm, low, and high. I cooked this recipe on low setting for six hours, it was bubbling the whole time, in the end the meat tasted way overlooked. Also too sweet - I would skip the brown sugar altogether.
Athiess 2 years ago
I looooove to eat the spicy chili
Tristan2 2 years ago
Awesome chili. Had guests over last night for supper and all the chili was eaten. There were only 6 of us, but some had 3 helpings :). Thank you, it was sooooo good. Lots of flavor.
E1 2 years ago
My wife said it is the best I ever made! Thank-you _
braddock27 2 years ago
This chili is really good. I took it to the tailgate and everyone loved it. I have to make it for tomorrows tailgate or I can't come. lol
C2it 2 years ago
Really good, I only used ground turkey and just lowered the amount of the other ingredients and it was amazing, have made it twice already!
Wendel451 2 years ago
Delicious chili! Everyone was raving! Only thing I altered was te thickness. It was a bit watery so around hour 7 I added a little cornstarch to thicken. (mix cold water with cornstarch). Great meal!!
Ashleya84 3 years ago
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