Two Men and A Garden Chili


1 lb. Ground meat (turkey, burger or a mix)
4-5 Tablespoons Williams chili seasoning or to taste
½ to 1 jar two men and garden salsa (I use medium)
1 to 2 cans Bush’s Chili Beans (I use medium)
Beef broth

-Shape meat into patties and grill (can brown in stock pot if preferred) Char flavor is excellent!

-Crumble grilled patties in a stock pot (char flavor is awesome! – yea I already mentioned – get the point?)
-Add to meat two men and a garden salsa (if prefer less chunky simply blend the salsa prior to adding, flavor is still awesome!)
This salsa adds such a great flavor to the chili and beats the heck out of cutting veggies!
-Add Williams Chili Seasonings
-Simmer on medium heat for 10 minutes (be sure to stir while simmering)
-Add beans and simmer for an additional 15 minutes (use 1 or 2 cans depending on your preference)
-Add beef broth – the amount is up to your preference whether you like a thick or thin chili
-Bring chili to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 45 minute to an hour, the longer the better to allow the ingredients to blend!
-If you can make this a day in advance, allow cooling and then chill overnight it intensifies the flavors that much more! Simply reheat when ready to devour!
-Serve up with some shredded cheese and sour cream!
-We are old fashioned chili eaters, just a bowl of two men and a garden chili with a good old fashioned peanut butter sandwich or grilled cheese.

You can always double the recipe for larger groups or freeze in batches to enjoy later!

Occasionally I will grill extra burgers so we can indulge in a killer Two Men and a Garden chili burger!


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  1. This chili is awesome. I used the screaming hot. Next time, I think I’ll go with the regular hot. It’s even better the second day!!

  2. This chili is excellent! Great time of the year to make a batch to last the weekend. Chili dog anyone?

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