Now I can make chili that I love to eat! April 14, at pm Reply. Denise Holzer: Not happy at all very plain no flavor! March 3, at pm Reply. Murphy: Add a teaspoon of baking soda to the hamburger, mix,let sit for a few minutes this will tenderize the meat February 3, at am Reply. Ashley: By far my favorite chili I have ever eaten. So much rich deep flavor, perfect acidty. Thank you so much for sharing. January 29, at pm Reply. Amy Panasuk: I had many compliments on this chili. WE added some cubed steak and some green chili slices.
Loving my instant pot!
You'll wish you'd made chili like this sooner
January 22, at pm Reply. Mike: Made this for a dinner party. Was super tasty and easy! November 19, at am Reply. Janet: We loved it! We make the Instant Pot spaghetti recipe weekly and this recipe will definitely be in the rotation also! September 18, at pm Reply. I was planning to make your slow cooker chili, but ran short on time. It was a cold, rainy day and chili would have been a perfect meal. Luckily, I noticed that you have an Instant Pot chili recipe too! Quick, easy, and very tasty! Thank you! September 9, at pm Reply.
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Here you will find a collection of delicious recipes all tested and approved by me, Jaclyn , creator of this food blog. Cooking is my passion so please follow along and share what I create! I would say maybe three hours on low? Let me know what you think! We love this chili!
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Well the chicken worked out great. But 1 TBS. I added some sour cream and a little bit of skim milk to tone it down. But it was super delicious otherwise! Oh seriously? Bummer it was too spicy! Sorry about that! Glad it was delicious otherwise! They are very spicy. Hi Johanna!
I would say, use four or five chicken tenderloins and it will probably take the same amount of time in the crock pot. Super easy and delish! Hi Ashley! It makes about 4 servings, probably about 1. It also depends on how large your chicken breasts are, etc. I hope this helps! I made this on the stovetop.