Make this NO bean chili and listen to the compliments come pouring in. Not only that, but it's so easy to change up this recipe from a soup to a sauce. Magnificent! German? No. Wunderbar? YES! OR add a couple of cans of kidney beans (red or white) or your favorite types.
Then, of course, this is no longer a "NO" bean version of chili, but a rather wonderful bowl of 'regular' chili! ... add extra spices if you want it HOT!
What makes these soups so wunderbar? They bring back such wonderful memories of Oma's kitchen. So, of course, I had to write my own soup e-cookbook! With the no-risk guarantee ... I know you'll LOVE it! There are 84 full-color pages filled with step-by-step instructions and hints. Do take a quick peek ...
I call this my 'chili soup recipe' and found that it's the best way for someone to learn how to make chili.
I've altered it. I've experimented with it.
The origin of this recipe comes from the Formula Diet (40-30-30) by Joyce & Gene Daust.
My husband and I loved this so much, it has become one of my best ground beef recipes that I use.
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No Bean Chili
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Your Quick Fix Soups e-book is wonderful. My Swiss wife is going to love the soups that I make for her with your recipes. She already loves my soups, but your e-book will greatly expand the variety
Thank you for making the recipes easy to follow and see with the beautiful photos. The extra tips and options that you give after each recipe are very helpful. Thanks for the printable recipe cards, too!"
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