Polish Chili

homecook

New member
This is a recipe my grandmother handed down since I was a kid. I call it Polish Chili because I think I was in my 30's before I realized chili doesn't have potatoes in it. :ohmy: But my grandmother always called it chili. So here it is.

1-1/2 lb. ground beef
1 small onion, diced or use 2 T. dried onions
3 medium potatoes, cut into bite size pieces
1 can kidney beans undrained
2 cans tomato soup plus 2 soup cans water
1 T. chili powder
1 T. paprika
salt and pepper

Brown ground beef with onions. Drain. Add tomato soup and water. Add chili powder and paprika. Put in potatoes and simmer for 1 to 1-1/2 hours or until thickened. Add kidney beans and simmer for another 15-30 minutes.
(the chili powder and paprika are est. I just dump to cover the top of the pot, do it to taste)
 

buckytom

Grill Master
lol, looking at the title i thought it might be a joke... ya know, something like just a bowel of icewater (chilly), no meat, no beans.

ahem, but otherwise, it looks good homey. thanks. i'll be trying this one this summer. probably in the crock pot.
 

homecook

New member
This is a recipe my grandmother handed down since I was a kid. I call it Polish Chili because I think I was in my 30's before I realized chili doesn't have potatoes in it. :ohmy: But my grandmother always called it chili. So here it is.

1-1/2 lb. ground beef
1 small onion, diced or use 2 T. dried onions
3 medium potatoes, cut into bite size pieces
1 can kidney beans undrained
2 cans tomato soup plus 2 soup cans water
1 T. chili powder
1 T. paprika
salt and pepper

Brown ground beef with onions. Drain. Add tomato soup and water. Add chili powder and paprika. Put in potatoes and simmer for 1 to 1-1/2 hours or until thickened. Add kidney beans and simmer for another 15-30 minutes.
(the chili powder and paprika are est. I just dump to cover the top of the pot, do it to taste)

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buckytom

Grill Master
what, no rye bread???

chadz tutaj!!!!!! :bangin:


lol, looks good homey. that'd happily fill a few bellies at st. stan's.

now stuff some in a steamed bell pepper, and i'll be right over.
 

Lefty

Yank
Sounds good to me too, I was always a fan of dumping a spoon of chili over a baked potato, so this would work for me.

Thanks
 

Deelady

New member
That looks very tasty!! esp with the buttered white bread!! A meal to bring you back to your childhood! :D Will def be making soon!!
Thank HC!
 
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