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They who can't cook, open cans. For this recipe, I open a can of 'Chili W/Beans'. I think one brand would be just as good as another.
Cook spaghetti the normal way and zap the chili. Drain the noodles, mix and eat. Accompany with home-made toast.
Total Time: 15 minutes
Yield: Two normal-size servings, possibly more for kids
Source: A normal bachelor recipe
I am looking for a copycat recipe for Cincinnati Chili (aka Greek chili). A friend of mine brought me a packet, which I lost, but it wasn't specific for ingredients anyway. She was only to find it in Kroger, and doesn't know the recipe either. It is boiled with the hamburger and usually served over spaghetti. It is delicious! I get good herbs relatively inexpensive at my bulk food section, so I would love to make my own "dry."
camo_angels from Willamina, OR
Brown beef and onion until beef is done; drain. Alternate layers of beef and onion mixture, spaghetti, and kidney beans until baking dish is full. Combine tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper. Pour over casserole; extra juice may be needed. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees F.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Cook spaghetti according to package directions. While spaghetti is cooking. Brown hamburger and chopped onion in skillet over medium heat. Cook until beef is browned and onion is tender. Drain stir in tomatoes,beans,tomato sauce, chile powder and salt, breaking up tomatoes. Cook uncovered over medium heat about 10 minutes. Stirring occasionally. Until as thick as desired. Drain spaghetti, top with beef mixture and cheese.