Prize-winning chili for a crowd

Chili (1)Need to make a huge batch of chili for a church gathering or a family reunion this summer?  I found this recipe on GenXFinance.com and tweaked the recipe to serve to 80 people at our church camp last year.   If you’re not sure this is enough to feed your large group, spend a few extra bucks and buy a few extra cans of tomatoes and a few more pounds of hamburger to boost the volume just before serving if needed. Scroll down to see the recipe  scaled down to serve just 20.  This chili recipe has lots of meat and is very hearty.  People gave it good reviews at camp last summer.

 

 

If you don’t have quite that many people to feed, here’s the scaled-down version that should serve 20 people.  And keep in mind this freezes beautifully.

 

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For more recipes, be sure to check out my blog post listing 98 Family-Friendly Recipes

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  1. Looks yummy! How does this compare to your Southwest Chili recipe in FF? (That recipe is our favorite, by the way!) :)

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