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One Pan Campfire Chili Pie

Rated as 4 out of 5 Stars

"Elbow pasta, chili and cheese are topped with crushed corn chips and shredded Cheddar cheese for this quick and delicious weeknight meal."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 569 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings

Directions

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  1. Pour the whole box of pasta into a large skillet (approximately 12 inches in diameter). Pour 3 cups of cold water into skillet, ensuring that the water covers the pasta. Turn the burner to high, then set your timer for 10 minutes (optional: add a bit of salt to taste).
  2. Cook on high, stirring occasionally, until almost all of the liquid has evaporated.
  3. Add chili and bring to a simmer, then fold in the processed cheese.
  4. Remove from heat and top with corn chips and Cheddar cheese. Serve immediately.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 569 calories; 23.9 g fat; 72.1 g carbohydrates; 20.1 g protein; 42 mg cholesterol; 947 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

This is quick and easy for those last minute dinners. One pan meals make for easy clean up. Grand kid approved.

Most helpful critical review

I used canned chili and I'm sure it would have been much better with leftover homemade chili. If I made it again I'd add onion, maybe some finely diced dill pickles. My 9 year old son loved it, ...

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This is quick and easy for those last minute dinners. One pan meals make for easy clean up. Grand kid approved.

I used canned chili and I'm sure it would have been much better with leftover homemade chili. If I made it again I'd add onion, maybe some finely diced dill pickles. My 9 year old son loved it, ...

The only thing I would do, personally, is use maybe not canned chili, but homemade chili, even if it was just leftovers. Thanks for reading my comment.

This recipe turned out great! I love that it is one pot and easy to prepare with just one free hand! I made a couple of changes by leaving out the corn chips and adding some pre-chopped onion ...

This is indeed a comfort food dish. As much as I like cheese, I still found it a bit too cheesy and wished that the chili flavor would have come through a bit more. I added a half can of fire r...

I really liked this. I did add ground beef for a heartier meal. The corn chips added a nice dose of salt to it. Will def make again.

So simple! My husband is a huge chili pie fan and this was so easy! perfect for a weeknight dinner on the fly!

This was so, so good!! My 10-year old picky eater, who declared at the supermarket while I was shopping for this that she was "not going to eat it" because "chili is gross" and "I can't make he...

Comfort food and dinner on the table in less than 15 minutes? Who doesn't love a speedy dinner! Using Barilla's new Pronto Pasta made this a snap to put together. I skipped the processed cheese ...