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Cold Day Chili

Cold Day Chili

"'I like to make chili from beans I've soaked overnight, but this speedier version tastes just as good on a frosty winter day,' assure Lucile Proctor of Panguitch, Utah. At 90 cents a serving, the mildly sweet mixture of beef and beans is economical, too."
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Ingredients

30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. In a large saucepan over medium heat, cook beef and onion until the meat is no longer pink; drain. Add the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil; reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes or until heated through.

Footnotes

  • Editor's Note: The cost per serving does not include optional ingredients such as garnishes. When there is a choice of two ingredients, the cost is figured with the first one listed.

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I have to admit, I wondered how good this recipe could be, since most recipes I've seen for chili seem to be more involved and take a lot longer. I was looking for quick dinner ideas, since I ha...

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Meat and Beans may be a more accurate title for this one. I gave it a try as my chili recipe has 23 ingredients and takes all day. The quick and easy are definitely evident in the lack of finess...

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I have to admit, I wondered how good this recipe could be, since most recipes I've seen for chili seem to be more involved and take a lot longer. I was looking for quick dinner ideas, since I ha...

This recipe worked very well for me as a base for delicious chili. I improvised according to my family's tastes by adding chopped garlic, chopped bell pepper and cumin. I substituted a 16 oz b...

I have tried and tried for 4 years to find a chili recipe that my husband wouldn't complain about. I finally found it. I made a few minor adjustments to it. I doubled the recipe and used 2 ca...

This chili was fantastic! I substituted one can of Bush's Chili Beans for the Kidney beans (they are red beans in a mild chili sauce) I think this really added a deep chili flavor. And I bought ...

First bite - hmmm. (Mustard??) Second bite - ummm. (Vinegar??) Several bites later, and an empty bowl -- mmmm! I was skeptical of those 2 seemingly random ingredients, but I was pleasantly surpr...

So easy to make and delicious! I didn't alter the ingredients at all and it was perfect. This is my new chili recipe.

This was a good "starter" chili. My husband and I both agreed that it needed more liquid. Next time I make it I will probably use more diced tomatoes, maybe some tomatoe juice and a can of tom...

This is a great base recipe. I don't like runny/watery chili, so instead of water, I used 16 oz of tomato sauce. I also added garlic powder, white pepper, chili powder, and cumin to the beef a...

I've never put mustard or vinegar in chili before. I used dijon mustard and apart from reducing the chili powder to half a T, because my husband can't take too much spice, followed the recipe ex...

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