I'm not a real big chili fan but I love this. You can leave out the veggies if you don't like them. Once I ran out of tomato paste and used some spaghetti sauce instead and it turned out just as good.
In a frying pan, brown the ground beef; drain. Put the drained beef and the remaining ingredients into a 6-quart pot. Cover the pot; let it simmer for 1 to 1 1/2 hours, stirring every 15 minutes.
jeffleggej5j4 10m agoThis is very good. Made it last weekend. I was putting up against my usual Chili recipe and I think this one won! One change, browned the beef in a skillet then the onions and garlic and put it all in the pressure cooker. Same flavour developed in a quarter of the time B
12panthermom 1y agoBest Chili I Ever Made!! If you like chili with a kick add a little more red pepper!!
doncello 3y agoNot complete
bj72 3y ago
chelseadixon 3y agoYum!
kristy74115 4y agoSoooooo good! This is now our staple chili recipe! Ty!
bevlastrucci 4y ago
mariasullivan 4y agoAwesome recipe. I'm not a big fan of spending lots of time preparing and this was real easy - a big hit
stickygreenthumb 6y agoI made 2 batches... one with ground beef and the other with Yves Veggie ground round. Both turned out great. Although I did put a little less tomato juice in the veggie chili because our vegetarian teen is not a tomato fan and prefered hers more on the chuncky side, everyone who tried it commented that the veggie version was a little bit tastier. I agree. I also added jalapeño peppers with only some of the seeds to add some kick to it :)
Buttacup000 6y agoLoved it, family loved it and will definietly make it again!