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Monday, February 2, 2009

Missy's Yum-O Chili Remix by Mags

I just love Missy's Chili so I tried it myself... with a few small variations based on what I found at the grocery store. It ended up very THICK so in lieu of heating it in a crock pot (which I don't think it will fit in anyway!), you may want to pour it into a 9x13" pan and make it a "Chili Bake!" :) Here's "my way:"

1.5 lbs of browned, ground beef
16 oz. macaroni noodles (cooked and drained)
1 tsp chili powder (you may want more!)
1/8 cup chopped onion flakes
1 4oz can diced green chilies
1 can Del Monte diced zesty chili tomatoes
1 can chili hot beans (do not drain)
1 can black beans (drained)
1 can red beans (drained)
1 quart tomato juice (for thick chili-bake). 2 quarts for more soupy chili.

Brown the ground beef.
Cook the noodles.
Combine with chili powder and onion.
Add in green chilies, tomatoes, and all of the beans.
Pour in 1 quart tomato juice.
Add in a 2nd quart of tomato juice if you want this more "soupy"

Freeze in a 2.5 gallon freezer bag OR heat in large pot on the stove OR pour into a 9x13" pan and cook for 1/2 hour at 350F.

Top with cheddar cheese if you want!
:) Mags


  1. Our family found this to be a bit bland. We would have liked more of a kick.

  2. You've got to spice it up with more chili powder if you want it HOT because this is a mild dish. There's also a TON of it (the noodles must have multiplied in the pot) so be sure to share with someone...! But it's a good one for a cold day! :)

  3. This made an insane amount of food! Overall, we had mixed reviews. Some people liked it, some did not care for it.

  4. This made a lot! One comment was it's a lot like goulosh. Our family isn't a big chili eating family, so it lasted a long time in our house. It was also a bit mild. Thanks for making.

  5. Our growing boy actually ate it up and enjoyed for the rest of us, it was not a favorite. We really had to spice it up! And we did pass it on and share because there was too much.