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Chili made in the slow cooker

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Chili made in the slow cooker
Chili made in the slow cooker
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Ingredients: 1-2 lbs. Ground Round (or other ground beef or turkey or chicken) 1 large can pealed whole tomatoes 1 reg. can of tomatoes chili ready 1 small can tomato paste 1 package chili seasoning mix 1 16 oz. thick and chunky salsa (mild, med., or hot) 1 med. can chili beans 12 cup packed brown sugar salt & pepper to taste
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