We have been getting some cold weather over the past few weeks. I’m not complaining at all though. This is giving us a break from the humidity and heat.
Cold weather means yummy, warm bowls of goodness. My family requested Chili. I was also doing laundry that day, so I cooked a Cheater Chili. What is a cheater chili? It’s not my normal homemade Chili and it doesn’t take as long as my normal chili does. But the chili is still packed with tons of flavor.
Cold weather, means it's time for a yummy bowl of goodness, Cheater Chili.
- Slap Ya Mama Seasoning Season to taste
- olive oil
- 3 - 4 lbs Ground Meat Depends on how chunky you want it
- 2 16 0z Chili Starter
- 1 Beef Broth
- Chili Powder Season to taste
- Dry Basil Season to taste
- Smoked Paprika Season to taste
- Onion Powder Season to taste
- Garlic Powder Season to taste
- 1/2 jar Picante Sauce
- 1/2 - 1 Onions
- Diced Bell Peppers
- Diced celery stalk
- Fresh Parsley
- Fresh Cilantro
- 2 cloves Diced Garlic
- 1 16 oz Chili Beans pinto Entire can
- 1 16 oz Chili Beans Kidney Entire can
Chili is something that I love eating. My topping variations change each time I make it. Which is the beauty of chili. Chili is a great item to serve to feed a big group of people. Make it fun and do a Chili bar with a variety of toppings. For this Chili our toppings of choice were Corn Chips, Shredded cheese, Purple onions and Sour Cream and Jalapeños. Ingredients:
- Ground meat
- Chili starter in the jar
- Beef Broth
- Picante Sauce
- Bell Peppers
- Chili Beans Pinto
- Chili Beans Kidney
- Onion Powder
- Garlic Powder
- Chili Powder
- Add olive oil to a pot to brown the meat.
- Brown the meat. Season with slap ya mama or season all or seasoning of choice. Once brown. Drain off the grease. Set aside.
- Add a little more olive to pot. Brown onion, bell peppers, celery. Once glistening.
- Add the garlic. Brown.
- Add Ground meat back to the pot.
- Add Beef Broth, Picante Sauce, Chili Starters and all the spices. Stir. Once slightly boiling. Lower to Low to medium heat. Taste.
- Add additional spices if necessary.
- Cook for about 10 minutes. Stir often.
- Add Cilantro and parsley to the pot. Stir.
- Add kidney and pinto beans. Stir.
- Cook for 10 minutes or until beans are tender. Stir often.
- Taste. Serve once ready.
- Add Chili to the bowl. Top with cheese, purple onions, jalapenos, sour cream, corn chips and fresh herbs on top.
- Perfection in a bowl. Yum.
We love making chili in the fall and your recipe sounds and looks so good!
Yes! Thank you so much!
YES to all the fixins on top! Gosh this sounds delicious. Bookmarking your recipe for our next Sunday get-together with friends!
Yay! Awesome! Thank you.
Looks yummy! Pinning this for later!
Thank you. Awesome.
This sounds really delicious! Chili is one of my favorite meals to make on Sundays!