Valerie's Review REVIEW: October 10, 2013 This is a great basic chili recipe. You can definitely build on it if you wish or eat it as is - it's delicious just the way it is.
food lover December 5, 2014 REVIEW:
Turned out perfect. I will definitely make this again. Might try with a combo of ground pork and ground beef too! Pretty foolproof recipe it seems.
Mr.D. October 17, 2014 REVIEW:
This is a very good basic chili.. I added another can 15.5oz of Black beans with the Red beans, (1) chopped Green pepper, 2.5lbs of beef. I used the recommended 6oz of tomato paste and added (1) 12oz can of tomato sauce and 12oz of water.. (I don't like it real thick but not soupy either)... Turns out perfect.... Also I added brown sugar instead of regular sugar and a full cup of chopped onions. And last I add a little heat with 1/2 Tablespoon of Cayenne pepper
I let everybody "Heat It Up" to their taste by providing Tabasco pepper sauce, Cholula hot sauce, and Trappey's Hot pepper Vinegar sauce when it's time to dig in.... It's always gone buy the end of the 3rd quarter of any collage football game were watching.... Great Stuff.. Don't forget the Saltine Crackers, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream, and sliced Jalapeno peppers... They'll love you forever... ENJOY!
Member since: Oct 12, 2013
iheartnascar October 26, 2013 REVIEW:
Very simple but very good. It's a thick chili which I like but if you want thinner add tomato sauce instead of the paste.
Jade July 24, 2013 REVIEW:
Doubled the recipe and put it in my largest crock pot. We had a big group of people over and I thougth they were going to lick the crock pot clean! Excellent chili, I highly recommend it.
Guest Foodie June 25, 2013 REVIEW:
Good basic recipe that is easy to make in the crockpot and liked by my whole family.
Guest Foodie December 29, 2012 REVIEW:
Used red hot chili beans in sauce & added some red pepper flakes.
Momma Kat November 27, 2012 REVIEW:
Everything about the recipe was great EXCEPT it was too thick. All I added was a second can of kidney beans-undrained and a small can of tomato sauce and then filled the can with water 1 1/2 times. Now the chili is FANTASTIC!! Just the way my family likes it!!
Tyler November 20, 2012 REVIEW:
This is a great basic chili. I don't like beans so I got rid of those, and I added corn (canned) and grean beans (canned). I also doubled the recipe and used the meat to make tacos, nachos, and a beef dip (just ad cheese and salsa mix and heat in the microwave).
Very good, and highly adaptable recipe.
Guest Foodie August 18, 2012 REVIEW:
Instead of the regular tomatoes I add the kind with green chiles and then toss in some jalapenos too. Good recipe!
Army Wife February 15, 2012 REVIEW:
Was so good!!! i made homemade rolls with it.. perfect day to end a cold day
Army Wife February 15, 2012 COMMENT: Making this now for tonight.. will post how it turned out., super easy to put together, though i am concerned it is very thick right now.. hoping it will get thinner
Kimberly January 8, 2007 REVIEW:
I made this for dinner for my parents and boyfriend tonight and everyone loved it. It was all gone, no leftovers.
I did a couple of things different. I did half pork and have beef for the meat. I also substiuted one can of kidney beans for pork and beans. The changed worked well.
Member since: Mar 31, 2005
antonia April 1, 2005 REVIEW:
A little bland, but very tasty otherwise.
CDKitchen Staff Reply: The recipe here actually contains less chili powder than I use - only because I figured most readers could adjust it to taste. Personally, I like my chili on fire - I also add hot sauce to it!