Are you looking for a delicious, quick and easy chili recipe? Good. You’re in the right place. Keep scrolling and watch as your wildest chili fantasies come true.
Before we go any further, you should know that this isn’t my recipe. I stole it from my mom. She doesn’t have a blog, so…
I’m sure everyone thinks that their mother is the best cook in the world. Mine actually is.
I don’t cook a lot, but 99% of the things I do cook, are the exact same things that she cooks. If you’re interested in recipes at all, let me know. I could also share her amazing meatloaf and sloppy joe recipes.
We all know Cincinnati is notorious for chili, so I’m going to let you know right off the bat, this is not Cincinnati chili. I believe most chili experts would call this a “Texas Chili Recipe.” They may even call it an “Award Winning Chili Recipe.”
I’ve never actually entered it into any contests. I want to because I think it would win.
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Enough babbling. Here are the ingredients for the delicious, quick and easy chili recipe.
- 1 lb ground beef
- 1 small onion, diced
- ½ medium green bell pepper, diced
- ½ tsp garlic, minced
- 1 can diced tomatoes
- 1 can red kidney beans
- 8 oz tomato sauce
- 1 pkg chili seasoning mix (McCormick’s is the best)
- 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1 c water
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Pro Tip: Dicing onions and green bell peppers with your standard knife and cutting board is a pain, and is something they did in the early 1920’s. If you’d like to live in 2019 and make this process quicker and easier, use a Ninja Food Chopper.
Honestly, if I didn’t have one, I’d never make any food that required dicing.
- Lightly brown meat in a large skillet with onion, green (or any other color) pepper, and garlic. Do not over stir, and leave meat in small pieces.
- Drain grease.
- Add tomatoes, beans, tomato sauce, seasoning mix, Worcestershire sauce, and water.
- Cover with lid and let simmer for 30 minutes on low heat.
Makes 6 servings.
- Calories – 265
- Fat – 12
- Carbs – 21
- Protein – 20
See that? This is a chili recipe under 300 calories. If you count calories (like me), this is something you can eat without feeling like you’ve eaten half your daily calories in one meal. Brilliant.
If you want to try something truly amazing, make a peanut butter sandwich and dip it in the chili. I will spare you the instructions on how to make a peanut butter sandwich.
Honestly, have you ever dipped a peanut butter sandwich into your chili? Let me know in the comments. Some people think it sounds really weird, and other people have done it their entire lives. I promise it’s the best thing ever.