This chili recipe is satisfying, filling, easy to make, and feeds the whole family.
Chili Recipe Season
It is fall is Wisconsin and that is chili season. This chili recipe has been made by me so many times, it is one of those that I know by heart. This was not always the case. For years, I worked at tweaking a chili recipe until I got the right amount of tomato chunks, pasta, hamburger, tomato taste, and seasoning. I also wanted something that was extremely easy to make. Often, I need to pull a great meal together for my family un 30-60 minutes. This is one of those recipes that everyone looks forward to and it feeds a crowd.
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Crowd Pleasing Chili Recipe
While some people like their chili hotter and some may like more pasta, there are others that like cheese and raw onions on top of theirs. So, I made the chili recipe the way that I personally like it…I don’t need to add a thing when done except a side of saltine crackers or corn chips. However, I have no problem enjoying the chili with nothing else. I find that a crowd can be kept happy if you let them dress up the chili to their specific taste with toppings.
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As I mentioned, the chili is amazing on its own; however, I do provide diced onions, shredded cheese, sour cream, and hot sauce for people to top their chili with. My family also has different likes for what to have with their chili. Some like oyster crackers, saltines, Ritz crackers, or corn chips.
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No matter which way you have your chili, you should give this recipe a try and see if you like it.
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