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Simple, quick, and easy homemade chili, done with a crock pot or good ol’ fashioned stove and stock pot!

1. Brown meat (if you’re using). I usually add just a bit of Adobo.

2. Grab some beans and throw them in the stock pot. (This time, I used 2 cans of chili beans.)

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3. Cut up a couple potatoes, if desired. (Peel them if you’d like.) I also threw in just a touch of Gandules, which are green pigeon peas.

4. Add the browned meat, a touch of tomato sauce, about 1 can of water, and some spices. This time I used a touch of cayenne pepper, paprika, Adobo, oregano, garlic, and a hint of crushed red pepper. I can’t make it too spicy or Hun will be searching for something else to eat. You can leave out the spicy things altogether if you so desire as well.

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5. Stir it all. Let it simmer on the stove on a low temperature for at least an hour.

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Quick & Easy Homemade Chili
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