This chili will warm you up on a cold day. I have been making this for years..its kinda the way my Texan mom makes hers. I don’t put beans in mine because my kids likes it on all kinds of stuff and it’s not always good with beans. For example, they like it on..tater tots, hot dogs, Fritos, french fries… and always topped with cheese of course. Everything is better with cheese please!! I like mine with cornbread.
Did you know that October is National Chili Month? And what better way is there to welcome in the cooler weather than with ah steaming bowl of chili and a side of cornbread? This chili should have you ready to face the cooler temperatures!
We had snow last weekend in Utah. Yes – snow already. At 1pm on Sunday, I had to scrape about an inch and a half of it off of my car. I guess there’s a reason why they say that Utah has The Greatest Snow on Earth. Too bad I’m not a skier! But with the snow and the cooler weather, it just gives me more of an excuse to make up comforting bowls of chili and cornbread!!
This is a terrific spin on classic chili. We thought we may miss the heartiness that beans bring to chili – this recipe calls for none – but this recipe remains wonderfully robust and filling. Thanks for warming us up, Debbie!
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