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absolutely the best chili EVER!!!! Using olny ingredients I had on hand.... I did not use the cumin, celery or red pepper flakes and instead of only using kidney beans I used a trio of pintos, black beans and kidneys. Also instead of garlic cloves I used garlic powder. This is now my go to chili recipe. Even my very picky eaters gobbled this up after insisting they did not like chili. Thank you so much!!!
I did not add the celery. I also used regular diced tomatoes as I didn't have tomatoes with green peppers and onions. I browned the meat with the onion and garlic then I threw it in the crockpot with the remaining ingredients and let it cook on low all day. I think this is good but it wasn't chili for us until I added more chili seasonings (chili powder coriander mexican oregano paprika onion powder garlic powder). After I added the spices and my husband and I tasted-tested we liked it much better.
I made this recipe as the directions called for: my husband; took one bite and didn't like it - he didn't like the Italian sausage; my mother said it was ok but she thought it had too much cumin; I thought it was too sweet - tomato paste/brown sugar. I won't be making this again.
Chiliville Chili Haiku: "Eek this is too sweet! Needs more beans and less sugar. Overall okay." I thought it'd be unusual to make a chili that had both ground sausage as well as the standard ground beef so I gave this recipe a try but it was just too sweet for us either due to the brown sugar or the Italian sausage. The only change that I made was to halve it but gosh 1 can of beans seemed pretty skimpy to all the meat. I'd make it again but reduce the sugar drop the sausage and increase the beans.