Chili (like Wendy\'s)

Posted on: Sat, 03/10/2001 - 1:07pm
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pThis recipe is very dependent on whether you know you or your PA child can eat legumes due to their PA. Also, the recipe book that I'm taking these recipes from is called Famous Recipes and the name of this recipe is actually Wendy's Chili. However, I wasn't sure if it was okay for me to post a company's recipe without permission, so that's why I'm naming the threads the way I am. I just don't want to get into trouble!/p
p Wendy's Chili/p
p 1 pound ground beefbr /
1 - 14.5 Oz. can tomato saucebr /
1 - 14.5 Oz. can kidney beans (with liquid)br /
1 - 14.5 Oz. can pinto beans (with liquid)br /
1/2 cup diced onionbr /
1/4 cup diced green chiliesbr /
1/4 cup diced celerybr /
2 medium tomatoes, choppedbr /
1 teaspoons cumin powderbr /
2 tablespoons chili powderbr /
1 teaspoon black pepperbr /
2 teaspoons saltbr /
1 cup water /p
p 1. Brown the ground beef in a skillet over medium heat; drain off the /
2. Using a fork, crumble the cooked beef into pea-size /
3. In a large pot, combine the beef plus all the remaining ingredients,br /
and bring to a simmer over low heat. Cook, stirring every 15 minutes,br /
for 2 to 3 hours. /p
p Makes about 12 servings. /p

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