ISO tried and true crockpot chili recipe
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    Smile ISO tried and true crockpot chili recipe

    I've found lots online, but I'd like one that's been tried and is good.

    I don't have canned tomatoes (but do have sauce and paste)


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    I usually don't do mine in the crock but I don't see why you couldn't.

    Here's how I do it.

    2 lbs hamburger meat
    2 cans Tomato sauce ( I use diced tomatoes )
    2 cans Kidney beans
    2 cans Pinto beans
    1 small Onions
    2 Stalks Celery
    Chili Powder (you deceide on how much you want)
    Salt (to taste)

    Saute Onion and celery, set aside.
    Brown and drain hamburger ( can use any ground meat)
    Mix onion & celery to meat put in crockpot.
    Add tomatoes, beans salt and chili powder.
    Cook on low for 2 hours.

    Keep an eye on it as the precooked beans could turn to mush.

    Serve with your choice Tortilla chips, Crackers or Cornbread.

    If you try this one let me know how you liked it.

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    Here's how we do ours in the crock pot:

    1# or so browned ground beef (or venison, or 1/2 and 1/2) with chopped onions
    2 cans chili beans
    1 qt tomatoes (I know you said you didn't have these)
    1/2 jar of salsa
    can of mushrooms
    chili powder to taste

    We serve it with crushed tortilla chips and shredded cheddar.

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    This is my mom's chili recipe. She tried to make a more smooth chili that us kids would like. It's pretty good.

    One lb. ground beef, browned and drained
    Two cans of condensed tomato soup
    One soup can of water
    One can of kidney beans
    Two Tbsp chili powder
    Two Tbsp chopped, dried onions
    Salt and pepper to taste

    Gently stir together in a lightly greased crockpot. Cover. Cook on low eight hours, or four hours on high.


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