Yield: 3 quarts, or 8 to 10 servings
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Twice I have made this chili and it is THE best. My wife also likes it very much. A five star chili!
We found this to be what we feel as an original Mississippi chili and we recommend you try it.
This chili is it!! My husband and I loved it. We just added jalapeno to spice it up.
I’m not exactly a chili purist, but there are limits, and chili doesn’t contain tomatoes. It’s also a bit sweet for me, I like chili with a bite.
Having grown up in Mississippi, I can say this is the one we always had and LOVED!!! It’s the best.
Growing up in Texas I can attest that this may be a close substitute for chili only.
We all have our way of making chili for whatever region we live in. Yes, some chili does not have tomatoes in the recipe. This recipe is awesome. In Ohio we call it Chili Soup. We add pasta or whateveer to thicken it or thin it. This recipe is great … and no it is not too sweet … if it is for you, omit the sugar. Great job !!!!
I grew up in Pennsylvania, now living in Colorado. This is the chili I was raised on! It is the best! No pinto or “chili” beans.
I left out the salt and added a 15 oz. can of kidney beans, drained. We loved it and will add it to my recipe collection to use many times.
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