Are you looking for a good hearty Farmhouse Style Chili? My mom’s stovetop chili recipe is a meaty and mild crowd pleaser! #easychili
Warm Food for Cold Days on the Farm
The full-time farmers in our family have long days of work outside in all kinds of conditions. Farmhouse Style Chili is one of the recipes that they crave to warm up on a cold day. While we’re not planting or harvesting crops in the winter there’s still animals to take care of and lots of maintenance and repairs to do on the farm equipment. So the need to keep working all year around is real. And cold people need warm and hearty meals! Our Farmhouse Meatloaf is another tried and true comfort food recipe.
What to Serve with Chili
My husband grew up eating chili with peanut butter sandwiches. More recently he eats chili served with saltines and cheese. Skyline style chili with spaghetti on top is a dish that he craves too! I have several friends that have a tradition of serving cinnamon rolls with chili, but that’s new to me.
Chili For a Crowd
One of the best family parties we went to last year was a big family campout. A couple people made chili over a campfire and other brought a pot of chili and then dumped them all together for the crowd to enjoy. I would prefer to keep chili separate so that it can begin mild and people that like more heat or spice could easily add more to their bowl.
Printable Farmhouse Style Chili Recipe
Farmhouse Style Chili Recipe
Are you looking for a good hearty Farmhouse Style Chili? My mom's stovetop chili recipe is a meaty and mild crowd pleaser! #easychili
- 1 pound hamburger
- 1 large onion about 1 cup
- 28 ounce can petite diced tomatoes
- 46 ounce can tomato juice
- 2 - 3 tablespoons chili powder
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 16 ounce mild chili beans
Cook and stir hamburger and onion until hamburger is light brown; drain.
Stir in tomatoes (with liquid), chili powder, salt, sugar, tomato juice and Worcestershire sauce.
Heat to boiling; reduce heat. Cover and simmer about 45 minutes.
Stir in beans. Heat to boiling; reduce heat. Simmer uncovered until hot, about 15 minutes.
Note: For thicker chili continue simmering, stirring occasionally, until desired consistency.