Make a Quick Fall Chili with Canned Burger

With fall fast approaching, bringing in the colder temperatures, many will be looking to enjoy nice warm foods to take the edge off the autumn chills. One food that always warms people up is a nice bowl of chili. This year, instead of making it with ground beef, try our recipe that uses canned hamburger.

To make our quick canned hamburger chili, you will need the following ingredients:

3 14.5 oz. cans of Werling & Sons Canned Hamburger
16 oz. chopped onions
8 oz. diced peppers
8 oz. diced onions
3 garlic cloves
4 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
2 oz. chili powder
2 teaspoons ground cumin
2 teaspoons oregano
1 can dark kidney beans
1 can cannellini beans
24 oz. of chili sauce
1 12 oz. beer or 12 oz. of beef stock

Chili RecipeTo start, place a large pan on the stove and combine the canned hamburger, onions, green peppers and garlic to the mix over medium-high heat. Let all of this combine for about 3-5 minutes, then add the Worcestershire sauce and stir for another three minutes. Next, reduce the heat to about a medium heat and stir in the chili powder, cumin and oregano. Cook this blend together for another five minutes.

At this point you can either transfer the ingredients to a slow cooker or large stock pot – whichever you prefer. Set the heat down to low and add your beans, chili sauce and beef stock or beer. Simmer everything together for about 30 minutes with occasional stirring. Once that’s done, serve and enjoy and feel it warm up your insides.

You can also change things up by adding extra ingredients to make your chili spicier. For example, cutting up a few jalapeno peppers and throwing them in can help add heat to the chili and make the taste even better. Don’t forget a bit of fresh onion or shredded cheese to top off your delicious dish!

Werling and Sons Inc. offers a full range of high-quality canned meats, including chicken, turkey and pork. If you would like more information about any of our products, feel free to call us today at 888-375-1998 or stop in and see us at the store in Burkettsville, Ohio today!

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