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Slow-Cooker Tuscan Chili

Slow-Cooker Tuscan Chili recipe
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This Tuscan-style chili can be started on the stovetop and finished in the slow cooker or cooked on the stovetop from start to finish in under an hour.
30 min
4 hr 10 min
6 servings, 1 cup each
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Our Newcomer's Club has an Annual Chili Cook-Off, and I made this recipe. Of the fifteen crockpots of chili made, I won the Gold Medal and a Top Chili Cooker Chef's Hat! My pot was the only one emptied, and everyone wanted the recipe. This recipe will be made many times this Winter, and I give it an A+++!
Yum!! This chili is delicious, my family loved it. The only thing I will do differently next time I make it is double the recipe so there will be more leftovers!! Perfect for a cold day.
Easy, delicious, crowd-pleasing - used sweet Italian sausage. My son and daughter-in-law raved about this chili. This recipe is a "keeper"!
My whole family loved this chili! I added an extra can of bean, but otherwise followed the recipe.
Made this on 11/7/11. I thought it was delicious. I did modify the recipe just a little bit. Since we like garlic and think it adds flavor, and especially since this is sort of an "Italian" recipe, I added three large cloves, coarsly chopped. When the sausage was basically all browned, I added put it in the skillet with the sausage for just two or three minutes, and then put it in the cooker. Having slightly mis-read the recipe, I actually combined the chopped onion with the peppers and stirred that whole mixture into the cooker along with the other ingredients. I figured it wouldn't make much difference in the final product. I also added more of the herbs than specified, like maybe a full teaspoon of each, because we like those flavors. My wife doesn't like hot stuff, but I added to my serving some cracked or crushed red pepper flakes. Again, I thought the whole thing tasted really good.
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