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I tried this recipe because I don't like ground beef - I wasn't a huge fan of it (altho not entirely a huge fan of chili in general)but feel I should rate it 5 stars since it won me first place in our chili cook-off! I did add some "Fiesta Party" dip mix from Tastefully Simple (hint: a tiny bit will do you that stuff gets hotter the longer it sits) and used a lot more chili powder than the recipe called for it just didn't seem to be enough...i also cooked this overnight in a crockpot
Thanks Paul. I was looking for a recipe to use Chicken Sausage and alot of peppers and came across this one. Well I am very pleased with the outcome. I DOUBLED the recipe and substituted 1 lb chicken sausage for the Italian(about 5). Used a mix of red, green and yellow peppers totaling 1 1/2 cups, a can of kidney beans and a cup of cooked black beans. Did not have stewed tomatoes so used a 28 oz. can crushed tomatoes in thick puree and about 1/2 teaspoon chipotle in adobo to give it a kick. Husband loved it and I will keep this in my "best chili" file. Even better reheated
Good easy to make chili w/ a nice texmex taste. I did make some modificatins to enhance the flavor. I added cumin powder, 1/3 cup of medium salsa, ancho chili powder, seasoned steak strips, and cayenne pepper because we love our chili hot! To serve I topped it off with cheddar cheese , sour cream, and black olives and diced green onions. This was really good.
This was delicious. Loved the kick from the italian sausage. This is the best chili I have made so far and it was exceedingly simple. I had about a 1/3 jar of veggie spaghetti sauce and used that in place of the tomato paste and it turned out just great! Thanks.
I made some minor changes and loved the chili. I used 1/4 cup dried celery and 1/4 cups dried onion since I did not have regular, and used 1/2 cup red pepper since for both pepper, I then doubled the tomatoes and did not use the water, I also doubled the chili powder and added a can of black beans. This chili was great, my whole family ate it.
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