As I promised, I made Chili to go with our scones and homemade bread.  In this house, you may have figured already, that we don’t get too carried away with onions and tons of spices.  Well….you see, we like the flavor, but not the chunk.  Does that make sense?  This Chili recipe is for one of those days, when you are short on time.  It’s so fast to put together, and it only needs simmered about thirty minutes or so.  You can get crazier than me, and add chunky tomatoes, onions and all sorts of other goodies.  I’ve made this Chili before, and added a can of Campbells Nacho Cheddar soup, and that’s really good!  It almost seems too simple to be a family favorite, but it is.  Try this soon, on one of those COLD….in a hurry kind of days.  Serve this with Scones, Hot bread from the oven, crackers or garlic bread. I like to top mine with grated Cheddar Cheese.  Anyway you serve it……it’s Easy Good Chili!
Dip tortilla chips in it…..it’s delicious!

I told you it was easy….
I only add 1 tablespoon of mustard.
The recipe calls for two!
Taste it after you add one.
I’ve had people email me and ask if I like my Wolf Gas Stove.
I love it,
Bring to a boil over medium heat.
Turn heat to low/simmer for at least 30 minutes.
Stir occasionally.

Super Easy Good Chili
2 large – (27 ounce) cans of Kidney Beans – undrained
or your favorite bean….you may add more beans if you like.
2 cans of water from the same bean can
1 lb hamburger
 cooked and drained of grease
1/2 onion chopped
I only use onion flakes or powder
2 small cans of tomato sauce
1 cup of Ketchup or Catsup
3 to 4 tablespoons of Brown Sugar
Try three first and taste it….add more if you like.
2 tablespoons of  mustard
I only use 1 tablespoon
Use the kind in your fridge!

1 pkg chili Seasoning mix (1.25 oz)
I like Albertsons brand
Salt and pepper to season
Top with grated cheese if desired.
Simmer onions and Brown one pound of Lean Ground Beef in large pot or skillet.  Drain excess grease very well.  I take paper towels to squeeze any excess out of the meat.  Add your 2 cans of beans – undrained,  and 2 cans of water from the bean can.  Add everything else, mix well and bring to a slow boil.  Cover pot and turn heat to low/simmer. Let simmer for an additional 30 minutes stirring occasionally. Top with shredded cheddar cheese, serve over baked potatoes, etc.
You can change it up if you like:
If you desire a stronger taste, add in some chili powder. 
If it’s too thick for you, add additional water. 
It you like chunky tomatoes, add a can.
If you want more beans add another small can of undrained beans. 
Add peppers if you like.
Add a can of Nacho Cheddar Soup or Cheddar Soup.
You get the picture…..you can’t mess this chili up!

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