My favorite soup of them all is chili. There is so many ways to make it and I love experimenting with new versions, but I always seem to come back to my favorite version called Pantry Chili.
I gave this recipe the name of Pantry Chili because it seemed every time I wanted to make it, which was on the spur of the moment, I never had all the ingredients to make it. So I would grab this and that from the pantry or freezer as a substitute. And it always turned out great. Each time a little different, but that’s what made it fun and interesting.
I would substitute the ground beef with ground turkey or ground sausage or turkey sausage. Just what ever I had in the freezer and there was 2 pounds of it. This recipe is meat hearty for sure. The beans I use have been all black beans or red kidney beans and black beans or just plain kidney beans. The picture above shows I just used black beans. I also love using my Freezer Green Peppers instead of all the color version of peppers. The red and yellow peppers can be very expensive during the winter time and it really doesn’t change the flavor of your chili. Just adds a bit of color.
And don’t you just love those mini crackers. They were on sale at the store last week and I just had to grab a box to try them. They are called Nabisco Premium Minis and are perfect for soups and little fingers to grab.
I love this recipe for football games, to bring to a gathering and leftovers are great to make Chili Nachos.
What is your favorite chili recipe?
I was not compensated or asked by Nabisco to talk about their crackers. I just love them!
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