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My Chili

Submitted by: oredeb on May 6, 2010
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My Chili

Very inexpensive meal! This recipe can be doubled and tripled for a crowd.

Difficulty: Easy

Servings: 6


1 or 2 lb elk burger , hamburger, or turkey burger
1 quart jar of chili beans or canned chili beans
2 quart jar of diced tomatoes or canned tomatoes
about 2 tablespoons beef baste

Add all to your taste:

chili powder
salt and pepper
3 cloves of garlic


Brown hamburger. Add tomatoes, herbs and spices, and beef baste. Cook together for about half an hour on low. Add beans and cook again for another half hour. Eat!

Categories: Beef, Budget, Chilis, Crowd-Size, Main Dish, One Dish Meal, Poultry, Wild Game

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