Best Ever Blue Runner Chili

Texas is known for their chili but Louisiana knows a thing or two, too. Our Blue Runner Homestyle Chili Starter and this recipe are everything you need for a chili night done right. As for toppings, cheese is always good. Green onions and sour cream are even better. And don’t forget the corn chips.

Total Time30 mins

Ingredients

 2 cans Blue Runner Homestyle Chili Starter
 2 tbsp of olive oil
 1 lb ground beef
 ½ cup chopped onions (optional)
 ½ cup chopped shredded cheese (optional)

Directions

1

Shake your cans of Blue Runner Blue Runner Homestyle Chili Starter before opening.

2

Pour 2 tbsp of olive oil into the saucepan.

3

Add 1 lb ground beef to pan on medium heat. Separate beef into smaller pieces with spoon and stir until brown.

4

Pour in 2 cans of Blue Runner Blue Runner Homestyle Chili Starter and stir.

5

Put lid on pan and cook for 3-5 minutes.

6

Serve and add your toppings of choice.

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