Recipe by Goya
"Classic, medium strength chili the whole family will enjoy. The slow-simmer method takes a little longer, but the results are worth the wait. We used pinto beans, but you can substitute red kidney or black beans."
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Goya Extra Virgin Olive Oil
green bell pepper, chopped
jalapeno pepper, seeded and roughly chopped
Goya Minced Garlic
Goya Adobo with Pepper, to taste
finely chopped fresh cilantro
dry ground cumin
1 (28 ounce) can
whole tomatoes, chopped
Goya Powdered Beef Bouillon
Sazon Goya with Coriander and Annatto
1 (15.5 ounce) can
Goya Pinto Beans, undrained
Shredded Monterey jack cheese
Finely chopped white onions
Simply Sensational Chili Haiku: "Love Goya products! Their recipes always win. Rock my socks' chili!" This is a no frills, slurpin' good chili. I made it exactly as written, except left out the jalapeno to appease to the more delicate taste buds of a toddler, and I also tossed in a can of kidney beans. I also used fresh garlic (5 cloves), left it in the crock pot for 8 hours on low (smelled sinfully good), and served w/ green onion, cilantro, and sour cream. Hubbie says "Good, but no Sazon Goya next time" as he spent the afternoon Googling MSG, which is the #1 ingredient in those wee envelopes. I was just happy to make a Chili that didn't have a generic "Chili Flavor Packet" dumped into it. So /deep breath/ -- to sum up -- this is a simple, and yes, simply sensational, chili that tastes like chili and isn't dominated by any one ingredient or spice. Just.Good.Chili.
I used kidney beans. Will try pinto beans next time. I love chili and this one just wasn't a favorite. Felt like it was a little bland and the base too thin.
This is exactly as advertised; great for the whole family. We live in Texas and not all of the GOYA products are availabe in most grocery stores. So we stock up on them. I omit the beans and this recipe turns out great! I have made this about 6 times and the recipe is very easy to double. This is a homerun for anyone!
I'm not familiar with Goya products so we used what we had. We omitted the jalapeño and seasoning packet. My only complaint was that it was very greasy. Other than that it was quite tasty!
Recipe is perfct, I added a little more adobo/sazon to give it an extra kick and another half of jalepeno
Really tasty....a tad bit salty and I love salt. had to water it down a bit. And...Please before you put in your veggies, make sure you meat is drained of the fat first.....I follow recipes by the T and it did not say this so....while my husband was loving it he said...I just can't finish b/c of the grease. DUH!!!! Ya live and learn. Kinda gross! But overall taste was really good. Tweaking is necessary though with the saltiness.
Taste really good! Thank you!
We used 4 differents kind of beans and did a double recipe and it is just yummy. Can't wait to get the kids to try this :)
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