Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 4 hours
I like it. For a shortcut, I used 1 lb. beef, onion powder, skipped the green chilies, 15 oz. tomato sauce, 2 tablespoons chili powder, no salt. DH will put it over hot dogs. Simmered on stove 20 minutes.
"Horrible. This chili was like mush! My husband's comments..."Please don't fix this again! Use your original way of making chili. Tasteless....SO disappointed!"
Question: How many oz in one serving?
I was really looking forward to trying a new crockpot beanless chili. My husband likes no bean chili and asked for it. It was horrible. I followed the recipe exactly, not even a small change. My husband took 2 bites and wouldn't eat it. The beef turned into like a minced meat with a horrible texture and I couldn't taste the spices, pretty much just tomato and minced meat. Very disappointed
I made this as directed. It was super easy and the meat was tender. However, I found this to be lacking of flavor and spice, not necessarily heat. I enjoy depth of flavor in my chili.
I love this recipe! I follow the recipe exactly and it was great. I love chili in the fall and winter. I'm a person that can't have beans, so it's perfect for me.
I made this but used a can of Rotel instead of the tomatoes. We loved it. I probably will add another can of tomato sauce the next time simply because we like our chili to be a little bit more liquid, especially since I only used 1 pound of ground beef instead of the 1-1/2 pounds. We used it as a topping for tamales and it was excellent. We're very particular about our chili for hot dogs and this would be very good. I'll probably make a big bunch to freeze so we'll have it.
Excellent flavor, but just a bit salty for our taste. Will cut back on the salt next time and/or use low-sodium tomatoes and sauce.
This is very good and low in carbs. I also add tomato juice. We eat it without rice or pasta.
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