Filed under: Nutrition
I get a lot of emails from people thanking me for a particular recipe – My Wife’s Chili. Well, they are thanking me, but they are mainly thanking my wife for her wonderful recipe.
The only downside to the recipe is the prep time. You do have to chop the pepper and onion, cook the beef and then cook all of that plus the other ingredients in one large pot. It takes some time, which people do not always have.
So today I propose a solution – the Crock Pot. Simply cook your beef at your leisure, and either store in the fridge or use immediately, it is up to you. Chop the pepper and onion, and place them with the tomatoes, corn, beans and chili powder in the Crock Pot.
Cook on Low for 6ish hours, and then it will kick off to the Keep Warm setting. This way by the time you get home from work, it is not only all cooked, it isn’t scorching hot, but a perfect serving temperature. Enjoy!
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