My Favorite Chili Dogs
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 1 hr.
The recipe in the magazine called for 4 cups of water. The website recipe does not include water so I'm not sure which is a typo. I was skeptical but usually make a new dish according to the recipe so added all four cups. It was very runny and I had my doubts. The magazine called for one hour to simmer but it was still very runny so I continued to cook it for another hour and after that it was a nice, thick, rich chili that was awesome on stuffed baked potatoes. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars was because of the discrepancy between the two recipes. Next time I'll reduce the water to 2 cups.
I thought these were great but I am confused. Someone wrote the sauce was runny and she would add half the water called for. I could not find the recipe called for any water?
This is one of our favorite toppings on hot dogs. This makes a big batch but you can freeze the leftovers & it thaws out fine.
My family and I loved these! Easy to make and delicious. The chili was t spicy but a bit sweet, yum! My only complaint was that the sauce was a bit watery/runny. Next time we I'll add half the amount of water called for.
So much fun to make! The kids enjoyed making the easy chili and grilling the dogs. I added black beans, and a can of green Chiles to the meat. Yum!
The chili tastes more like sloppy joes and much too acidic. Disappointing...
This chili is not good at all! It is vinegary and tasteless! So disappointed! I guess chili is different in Texas than it is in New York.
I made no changes to the chili itself, but I did forgot to line the insides of the roll with mustard, will have to remember that for next time. My guys aren't into chili, and I'd considered reducing the recipe, but I'm glad I didn't. I froze the remaining chili in single person portions.