Be sure to watch the video below for the tutorial on how to make this delicious yet easy chili recipe! This recipe can be a great base recipe in learning how to cook and to lessen the fear of entering your kitchen for the first time. This chili recipe can also be stretched into a few more meals to stretch throughout the week.
Happy cooking! Don't be scared. Just try it xo
(free giveaway info in the video and below)
HomemakerAng's Easy Chili
2-4 lbs. of ground beef or turkey depending how meaty you like
*I used approximately 4 lbs
1 purple onion
a stick of butter
a Quart of water or chicken broth
a small bag of bacon already cooked 2.5 oz ( @ALDI )
1 Quart of marinara sauce ( @ALDI )
2 cans of diced tomatoes and green chiles ( @ALDI )
**1 can of drained kidney beans if you like (I didn't use) @ALDI
1 can of regular diced tomatoes ( @ALDI )
1/2 cup of parmesan cheese ( @ALDI )
2-3 Tbsp minced garlic ( @COSTCO ) or garlic powder
about 3 Tbsp ground turmeric
about 4 Tbsp ground chili powder
about 2 Tbsp dry mustard (or just use regular mustard)
fresh cilantro ( @ALDI )
sour cream ( @ALDI )
cheddar cheese (@ALDI )
tortilla chips ( @ALDI )
Taco Bell or some type of hot sauce to your taste
Chop up a medium purple onion. Take and melt a stick of butter and place in the pan you will use to serve your chili. Add onions and cook until semi-soft. Add your meat and garlic and cook until all of the red in the meat is gone (this means it is finished).
Drain meat as shown in a colander and rinse with HOT water to remove excess fat (unless ground turkey - not needed). Put meat back in the same pan and bring to the stove. Add all of the remaining ingredients above to the plan but the last 5 ingredients. Simmer on stove for about an hour to make your kitchen smell wonderful! Add a child or two in the kitchen for good measure xo
Serve your chili in a bowl and garnish with sour cream, fresh cilantro, cheddar cheese, hot sauce to taste and put a few tortilla chips on your plate to use these to dip into your fantastic creation!
Enjoy! (you can add more water or chicken broth or water to the pot to make more broth the next day)
|dishes from @DollarTree and @WorldMarket|
Don't forget you can stretch this recipe by including the chili in an omelette, garnish over a baked potato or chips-and-cheese!
|This is his 2nd bowl! LOL|
See, I told you that cooking is easy - you don't have to make every single thing from scratch, make it all organic or grow your own...
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