Terrific and Never Boring. I have been making this for years and it never gets old. Add a few olives and peppers and WOW, it is fantastic. Enjoy — Bernie
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Ratings & Reviews
Ratings Breakdown (4.7 average)
Terrific and Never Boringby Bernie 3 years ago
Tweeked a lot!by Steve H. 5 months ago
Great fast chili!by Lynn 9 months ago
This is always delicious except...by Christina Jackson 1 year ago
Chili todayby Donna 1 year ago
Best of the BEST Chiliby Craig 1 year ago
Greatby Jaclyn benedict 2 years ago
so good!by t.d. 2 years ago
loved the change up.by Lorena Murray 1 year ago
Fantastic Chiliby cheyenneautumn 3 years ago
Best Chili Everby Adele Briw 3 years ago
Best chili everby Rose 4 years ago
Sensational!by Big Bad John 4 years ago
I only made these changes: I omitted the brown sugar, and instead of the chili powder and cumin, I used 2 tablespoons of Chef Paul's South of the Border Magic and 2 teaspoons of Chef Paul's Chipotle Chile Magic. What a delicious, aromatic, and comforting bowl of chili. Thank you, Johnsonville!
Great recipe!by DA from DC 4 years ago
a dollop of sour cream at serving. Awesome!!!
Pretty Good!by JoAnne S. 4 years ago
Best chili everby bigdaddy 5 years ago
Awesome Chiliby Stacey B 5 years ago
ChaChing!by Nancy A. from Indiana 5 years ago
After seeing a demonstration of this recipe at a Taste of Home Cooking Show, I decided to give it a try. After all, it smelled soooo good, there! :)
My husband LOVED the Chiliville Chili! (I used regular, not spicy Johnsonville ground sausage since it is all that was available to me.)
I followed the directions exactly. If I were to change anything, I would probably use less tomatoes (or chop them up more), as they were slightly overwhelming to me.
Still, I will definitely have another bowl, later!