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  • Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

    Meat or beans or both?
    Toppings?
    Sides?

    I like meat and beans
    Chopped onion, shredded cheese and sour cream
    Served with cornbread

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    Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

    I like my Chili homemade, spicy & meaty with a small amount of beans. Onions & cheese are good toppers.
    You can use the left-over chili for chili dogs too.
    ......or on top of Nachos.
    You can roll tortillas up with shredded cheese, pour chili over top and bake...
    The possibilities are endless...
    Last edited by TexAnn; 09-02-2008, 05:39 PM.
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    • #3
      Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

      I like my chili with meat and beans (dark red - kidney)
      Grated Cheese
      Fresh Onion - diced tiny
      Dollop of Sour Cream
      "Everyone's a star and deserves the right to twinkle"

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      • #4
        Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

        Prefer No Beans, Won't Turn It Down With Beans.

        Lots Of Cheese And Some Crackers.
        One Of The Few Things I'll Put A Dab Of Ketchup In, Not Even A Tbsp In A Big Bowl.

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        • #5
          Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

          I make Chili often in the winter month. Without beans. Serve with fresh onions, shredded cheese and crackers or over tamales

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          • #6
            Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

            I've Heard Of People Who Put Grape Jelly In Theirs! I Just Can't Imagine Why!!!

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            • #7
              Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

              Grape Jelly in Chili ?? I have never heard of that. I don't care for chili myself. SO loves chili, so I make it for him.

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              • #8
                Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

                Originally posted by Ro-Ro View Post
                I like my chili with meat and beans (dark red - kidney)
                Grated Cheese
                Fresh Onion - diced tiny
                Dollop of Sour Cream
                Exactly how I like it!
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                • #9
                  Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

                  Meat & beans (dark kidney)

                  serve sometimes over rice with cheese toast or crackers

                  We usually have during the winter months but since we moved to Florida we have not had in a while..........

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                  • #10
                    Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

                    Meat and beans; in fact, I like to use both the light and dark kidney beans just because it looks pretty. Always crackers and sometimes shredded cheese and finely diced green pepper.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

                      Meat-ground beef-chili beans, onion, maybe green pepper if I have some and some type of tomato sauce, or Ragu if that is all I have of course spices.. Love to have all the leftovers so I can send it for DH lunch. DH likes to have his chili over rice. Lots of shredded cheese and crackers are a must. I wish it was cooler, now I am hungry for chili.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Spin Off inspired by Bean's Chili Recipe

                        Ground beef, red (and sometimes white) kidney beans, celery, onion, shredded carrot and lots of garlic (started making it that way when the kids were small, to get some extra veggies into them ) If I'm making a double batch, I'll throw in 1 jar/can of pasta sauce and 1 can diced tomatoes. Sides are diced onion, tomato, shredded cheese, sour cream, hot pepper flakes for those who like it 'hotter'. I usually serve it with garlic bread or parmesan garlic bread.

                        I like to have chili in single serves in the freezer for quick meals.
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