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Thread: I want a "soupy" chili recipe.

  1. #21
    Member LillyandGish's Avatar
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    Dec 2012
    Washington State
    Try Taco Soup!

    1-1/2 lbs ground beef
    1/4 cup chopped onion
    2 chopped green bell peppers
    1 can corn, drained
    1 can light kidney beans, drained
    1 can dark kidney beans, drained
    2 cans 14/16 oz tomato sauce
    2 packets of Lowry's taco seasoning

    Brown ground beef and half way through add the onions and peppers. Drain and return to pot. Add everything but seasoning. Top with water to get desired thinness, add seasoning to taste (I add both packs, but it may be too seasoned for some). Simmer and let the flavors mingle. Top with shredded cheese and fritos.

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    Senior Member quiltin chris's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
    Greenville, OH
    Here's my Chili recipe. My son used to cook for the local bingo hall charity and 17 quarts of this was consumed twice weekly. Enjoy!
    1 pound turkey, ground or use ground beef if desired
    1 1/2 cups onion
    2 cans kidney beans, canned, 15.5 oz.
    1 can tomatoes, diced, 14.5 oz
    2 cups water
    2 tablespoons chili powder
    1/4 teaspoon cumin powder
    1 teaspoon salt

    brown ground meat. add ingredients in order to large stockpot. bring to boil. reduce heat and simmer for 30 minutes. remove from heat and let cool. reheat and serve
    serving size: 10oz. 1.25 cups
    What I make with my hands, I give of my heart.

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    Jul 2010
    Traverse City, Michigan
    I use a quart of home canned stewed tomatoes an d a quart of home canned tomato juice. I also add a couple tablespoons of either brown or white sugar. Sugar Takes away the acidity

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    Senior Member Cosy's Avatar
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    Mar 2011
    Had this recently at a "Soup-luck" party: loved it:
    cook 3 lbs hamburger with 1 chopped onion
    add 1 large can chili beans(30 oz)
    add 3 cans (15 oz )beans, drained, your choice of:

    black beans
    pinto beans
    white northern beans
    butter beans
    kidney beans
    garbanzo beans
    1 large can (46 oz) tomato juice
    1 cup catsup
    1 cup brown sugar
    simmer 20 minutes, add more tomato juice if desired.
    serve with grated cheese, rice, corn chips, tortilla chips

    My personal favorite mix is pinto beans, white beans and garbanzos.
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    Super Member QuiltingVagabond's Avatar
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    Oct 2011
    South Central Indiana
    Here's the way I learned to make chili - Hoosier style

    Brown 1 to 1 1/2 lbs ground beef with onions and drain. Add 1 large can of tomato juice, 1 can of light red kidney beans, 2 cans of Rotel tomatoes with green chilis, and a tablespoon or so of chili powder. Cook 1 cup of elbow macaroni and add to chili. This is a pretty soupy chili, good with crackers crumbled in if you like, or with shredded cheese on top.
    QuiltingVagabond aka Kathy

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    Senior Member Helen6869's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
    SW Georgia
    Thanks to all of you who have shared great chili recipes. I have gotten lots of ideas and suggestions to make my soupy chili!! Will let you know how they turn out as I try them. Thanks All!

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    Feb 2013
    Central Maryland

    I really like this soup it tastes like chili but it is a soup. Great for a cool day!
    Central Maryland

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