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Slow-Cooker Hearty Beef Chili

Slow-Cooker Hearty Beef Chili recipe
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Ground beef, beans and cheese provide a tasty foundation to this easy slow-cooker chili. Serve with sour cream or bacon bits for extra flavor and color.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
5 hr 15 min
servings
total:
8 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
9/11/2008
I used 2lbs of lean ground beef and 24oz jar of Think and Chunky mild Salsa. (this way I don't have a little of this or that to store. Used it all.) Salt and pepper was added to taste. Not in recipe....
posted:
9/11/2008
Quick and very easy to make!!!! I like a little heat to my chili so I used Hot Salsa and some spicy seasonings....my friends loved it!!! MMMM....can't wait to make this again!!!!
posted:
9/10/2008
Very hearty and delicious! My family really loved this. The salsa makes a great addition to the chili.
posted:
9/10/2008
VERY VERY EASY. ADDED ANOTHER CAN OF TOMATO SAUCE GAVE MORE LIQUID. MY HUSBAND WATCHED AND WAS CURIOUS WITH THE INGREDIENTS CORN & SALSA. WE MADE CORNBREAD TO GO ALONG WITH IT AND THE MEAL WAS DELICIOUS. THANKS
posted:
9/9/2008
I made this tonight and it "hit the spot". I didn't have any tomato sauce on hand, so used a 28oz. can of petite diced tomatoes. I also added a dash of blk. pepper, garlic powder and seasoning salt. I had a late start on it, so cooked it on high for the 3-4 hrs. I was concerned that the raw onions would still be crunchy, but they weren't. I also liked the addition of the corn. (Didn't think I would, but enjoyed the little crunch it gave.) Will make again.
posted:
9/4/2008
I haven't made it yet butsounds good and i love cooking in crock pots so I will try it
posted:
9/4/2008
Beans? Absolutely!! It wouldn't be chili without beans. I use kidney, red or black beans. Depends on what I have on hand. This recipe is excellant, but my husband doesn't like green peppers, so next time I will decrease the salsa to 1/2 cup and added my own onions.
posted:
9/4/2008
I have always made my chili with kidney beans. Also added green peppers and a jalapeno. Topped with a dollop of sour cream.
posted:
9/4/2008
You have to to have beans in chili!! I do prefer to use pinto beans instead of kidney beans but thats just a flavor preference.
posted:
9/4/2008
This is NOT Chili! The only similarity between real chili and this recipe is they both use chili powder and onion.
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