No matter what the season, slow cooker chili is a MUST in this house. I make it at least once a month because we just can’t get enough of it. I wanted to share my recipe with all of you so you can try it for yourself. I guarantee, it will also become a monthly staple meal in your home. (As long as you like spice, that is!) It’s a super simple to prepare meal that delivers “OH MY GOD!” results.
1-2 lbs stew meat
1 lb hot ground pork sausage
3 cans S&W chili beans
1 can (15-16 oz) tomato sauce
2 packages McCormick hot chili seasoning
1 can or glass jar of sliced jalapenos
minced garlic (use as much or as little as you like)
Brown the stew meat and ground sausage in a skillet (I use a large deep skillet and do them both together because they end up in the same crockpot anyways). Once the meat is mostly cooked, add it to the crockpot.
Add in your chili beans, tomato sauce, chili seasoning packets, half of your jalapenos AND half of the jalapeno juice from the jar, habaneros, and garlic. Mix together. Set slow cooker to low and in about 6 hours you have the most amazing tasting chili you’ve ever had 🙂
If you’d like, top with some shredded cheese and sprinkle in crackers.