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chili family style


my husband and son really "pigged-out" on this chili the first time i made it. it had been simmering for hours and they just couldn't help themselves. it is flavorful but not hot. those who like heat can add their own (my husband always does). it is adapted from the america's test kitchen family cookbook.


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  1. Heat the oil over medium heat in a large soup pot
  2. Add the onions
  3. Bell pepper
  4. Chili powder
  5. Cumin and 1 / 2 teaspoon salt
  6. Cook until onions and pepper are translucent
  7. Stir in the garlic and cook for 15 seconds
  8. Add the beef and increase the heat to medium-high
  9. Cook until no longer pink
  10. For about 10 minutes
  11. Breaking up the meat with a spoon
  12. Stir in the beans
  13. Diced tomatoes and their juice
  14. Crushed tomatoes
  15. Beef broth and another 1 / 2 teaspoon salt
  16. Bring to a boil
  17. Reduce to simmer
  18. Cover and cook for 45 minutes
  19. Remove the lid and continue to simmer at least another 45 minutes
  20. Or longer to develop flavor
  21. Serve
  22. Allowing each person to season their bowl to their liking with salt
  23. Pepper
  24. Hot sauce
  25. Sour cream
  26. Grated cheese
  27. And / or chopped onions

Step 10

Total Time in Minute 120

Ingredients Count 12

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Vegetable oil


Green bell pepper

Gebhardt chili powder

Ground cumin


Garlic cloves

Lean ground beef

Kidney beans

Diced tomatoes

Crushed tomatoes

Beef broth

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