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When you’re craving the best of both worlds do yourself a favor and make this yummy Cincinnati chili!
Chili, for me, has always been a big simmering pot of tomatoes, beans, ground beef, and chopped up green peppers all swimming in a hot tub of seasonings. That’s basically what you get with the following recipe except the seasonings are a bit on the odd side. However, stick with it, folks because these ingredients make this Cincinnati chili totally praise-worthy. Another great thing about this yummy recipe is that it is served over a bed of pasta noodles. So delicious and comforting! This is the perfect meal to make on a cold winter’s day.
Honestly, I could eat this chili every single day. I’m a fan of spaghetti and a fan of chili so this pot of deliciousness is directly up my alley. Cincinnati chili is a kiddo favorite in my house, too. My sweet little cherubs love gobbling this stuff down. my youngest son is never quite sure if it is chili or spaghetti night. I always say to him, “What do you want it to be?” The answer he gives is what we are having haha! Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: I served this over spaghetti noodles but feel free to use whatever you have on hand.