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What? No Beans??
Are you a chili fan? I know that my family and I certainly are. We can eat chili any time of the year and by that, I mean during the Dog Days of summer. Chili is just one of those go-to foods that you make when you don’t know what else to make. I typically have all of the ingredients for chili in my freezer and pantry, at all times. I love making meals that do not require me to go to the grocery store. This chili is a different kind of chili in that it is Texas-themed.
For those of you who do not quite understand what a Texas bowl of chili looks like well, it does not contain any beans. I know, I know, I was shocked and amazed myself. I thought, “Now, how on earth can a beanless chili taste good?!”
Well, folks, it does taste good. With all of the other yummy ingredients mixed into this chili, you don’t even notice the absence of the beans. So, make this chili and enjoy!
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Quick Tip: If you find that you made the chili a tad too spicy simply add a few tablespoons of honey to the mix to balance the bite a bit.