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5 Can Hearty Chili

There is only one thing I love more than fall…winter! There is something about the cold weather that really makes my home…well home. I love cuddling with my family. I love how my make up sets in the mornings.  I love Christmas lights. I love hot chocolate. I love soup and I love CHILI!  I’m not patient enough to make chili from scratch…so this is the next best thing for me! 🙂 I stole this recipe from my sweet sister Maggie, I eventually made it my own. It is super simple and goes great with crackers or Green Chili Cornbread!

This is what you need:
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A package of ground beef, 1 can of ranch style beans, 1 can of minestrone soup, 1 can of beef broth, 1 can of whole kernel corn, 1 can of diced tomatoes and green chilies rotel.

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Season and brown your ground beef to your liking. I use salt, pepper, cumin, and garlic. Occasionally, I put chopped onions but I didn’t have any today.

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This is where it gets really complicated. When your ground beef is about 90% browned, drain the grease and add the rest of the ingredients to the pan you cooked your ground beef in. (It’s ok if your meat is still a little pink. It will finish cooking in the next process.)

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Set your stoves heat setting to medium and let it simmer for about 30 minutes or so.

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It will eventually thicken up some and that’s how you know it is ready. 🙂  Like I said before, this will taste great with crackers or the Green Chili Cornbread  below! 🙂

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I hope you all give this recipe a try! At first I was a little skeptical but now it’s one of my favorite recipes to make during the winter season! My husband loves it because its really hearty and meaty. It’s a perfect MAN MEAL! 😉  I think you could easily throw the cooked beef and other ingredients in the crockpot and get the same results.  🙂

I hope you like it! – Moni<3

5 CAN HEARTY CHILI

  • 1 Package of ground beef
  • 1 Can of ranch style beans
  • 1 Can of beef broth
  • 1 Can of minestrone soup
  • 1 Can of whole kernel corn
  • 1 Can of rotel

Season and brown your ground beef to your liking. I use salt, pepper, cumin, and garlic. Occasionally, I put chopped onions but I didn’t have any today.

When your ground beef is about 90% browned, drain the grease and add the rest of the ingredients to the pan you cooked your ground beef in. (It’s ok if your meat is still a little pink. It will finish cooking in the next process.)

Set your stoves heat setting to medium and let it simmer for about 30 minutes or so.

It will eventually thicken up some and that’s how you know it is ready. 🙂

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