If it's for everyday/ at home/ who's to know if it has Beans in it. I am not a purest and I am not from Tejas.
Even now as I read this, I am putting beans in my ears so I don't see the omit beans part.
I am not a picky eater.
However, I have not found a good can of chili I like and there is one kind in the freezer case I don't care so much for either. However, however, however, I like chili. So that's what I think I will stick with. Homemade.
Homemade chili seems to always make a big pot. Enough to experiment and I can make your dip and is different enough I don't have to keep eating chili until I get tired of it.
Actually. I made small recipe stuffed peppers last week. Enough for one meal and a little lunch the next day. Enough to give me a hankering for Spanish rice casserole. If I douible that, remove half before stirring in the rice, it's about the same as my chili, give or take. I can change up the spices if nec for the chili base. This is really good to go Kades. And, no beans afterall.