Happy National Chili Day!
Today is National Chili Day! In honor of this tasty day, I wrote down my Chili recipe and I am going to share it with all of you! It has been tested in the Link Kitchen and is husband approved. This recipe does not come with a warning label, but has been known to make Gpa’s head sweat.
COUNTRY LINK CHILI
2 lbs. Ground Beef
1 lbs. Pork Sausage
2 10 oz. cans of Original Ro-Tel
2 15.5 oz. cans of Chili Beans in Chili Gravy
2 cans of V-8 Juice
1/2 Tbsp Chili Powder
Salt and Pepper to taste
*In a skillet brown the hamburger and sausage, drain off any grease. Put the browned meat and the rest of the ingredients into a slow cooker. Stir together and turn the slow cooker to high. Let cook for 4-5 hours or until the flavor has all come together. Serve any way you like. We suggest with corn chips and shredded cheese. Enjoy!
Blessings to you,
Laurie – Country Link
Chili is one of my most favorites! Mixing ground beef and sausage is one of my Mom’s “secrets” too.
We worked cows yesterday and I made a beef roast; tomorrow French Onion soup is on the menu. Sounds like we are in for a cold cold weekend.
Stay warm Robyn! Supposed to drop down in the negatives again here over the weekend. Was in the high 40’s here today. Got to love MO weather!
This looks delicious and right up my boyfriend’s alley! I’m going to print this out and try it out soon. Yum! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Let me know what he thinks! It can be made much hotter if he likes things spicy. I have to keep mine on the mild side so that Gpa and the kids can eat it. Me too for that matter. 🙂
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