My family & I Loved this recipe. I did make some changes as we don't like hot & overly spicy foods. I used low sodium beef broth instead of the water and bullions. I also switched this to 2 cans of light red kidney beans and 2 packages of frozen black eyed peas. No spicy tomatoes or chillies, just 2 cans of petite tomatoes but, I did add chili powder, garlic powder, onion powder, mustard powder, and tomatoe paste. A half hour before it was done I mixed corn starch to broth and added to the pot to thicken the sauce. Basically I turned this into a black eyed pea-chili recipe. I served this with grated cheddar cheese, a dollop of sour cream, and scoopable corn chips. It was fantastic. I usually try to stick to any recipe I try but, there was no going around this one. This turned out better than my usual chili and everyone said so. This was our New Years dinner (as I'm southern & black eyed peas is a family tradition). I have tried so many different recipes in the past and my family says this is the one they want every year on the first! Thanks for a great one!
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My family & I Loved this recipe. I did make some changes as we don't like hot & overly spicy...