Saturday Do-It-Yourself – Signature 3 Bean Chili

by TSGal on Sat, August 24th, 2013 at 11:00 am

I love a good one-pot meal!  I often make a large batch of something on Sunday and then package it up in individual serving size containers for lunch throughout the week.  Swag Central is a busy place but this helps me keep the nutrition and pocketbook inline.  Thanks to Swaggernaut Somarluv of Van Nuys, CA for sending in this one-pot recipe!  If you would like to submit a recipe or Do-It-Yourself project you too could be featured and be rewarded with 500 Swag Bucks.  Send your recipe or DIY – including a picture and your Swag Name – to contests@swagbucks.com. If we feature your submission you will get 500 Swag Bucks!

Hello Swagbucks Community! I would like to exclusively introduce to you my famous “3 Bean Chili”.

I was raised on chili growing up when our family didn’t have the funds to buy expensive meals to make at home my parents would make  a big pot of home made chili. When I got older I decided to add on and make a few changes to my family Chili. Below is my easy instruction & Recipe to make this chili. Hope you guys enjoy!

1 Big Stainless Steel Pot
1 Pound of Ground Beef or Turkey Meat
2 Green Bell Pepper,Onions, Broccoli Top Shavings, & Garlic – Each
2 Cans of Red Beans , Black Beans, & White Beans – Each
McCormick Chili powder
Cayenne pepper (if you like spice)
1 Tablespoon of Curry Powder.
1 block of Monterey Jack Cheese
2 Carrots (Grated in a Cheese grater)
3 small cans of tomato sauce or crushed tomatoes (either or or both)
1 green onion chopped
First Step: Take all cans of beans in pot at low heat
Second Step: Chop up all vegetables and add them to beans while it’s cooking.
In a separate frying pan, cook the meat and make sure that you burn it a little bit to add the flavor to the chili. This is the main reason you get the flavor you get. Once meat is thoroughly cooked you then add the meat to the pot of beans.and stir.
Now…  Once you add all this together you bring it to a higher cooking mainly at medium heat now. Cook for 15 minutes at this heat.
Third Step: Add the curry powder, cayenne pepper & chili powder and bring to a higher heat for another 10 minutes. Then turn off and add shredded monterey cheese into the pot when done.
Once that is all complete simply enjoy.
I guarantee you will love it! and its cost effective. 25 dollars tops to make this meal that can feed about 7 people or last about 3 days.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE for trying out my SIGNATURE 3 Bean Chili
And to make it even more economical – I found a coupon for cheese through Swagbucks Coupons:
Thanks again for sharing your special recipe with us!  I can already smell the spices wafting from kitchens across Swag Nation!  Yum!
~TSGal
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