Easy Chili Recipe With Canned Chili

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Chili recipes with canned chili are great, because it is easy to use and versatile. Learn about an easy chili recipe with canned chili with help from a personal chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Chef Cassy, and this is an easy chili recipe using canned chili. Canned chili is very easy to use and is versatile. You can use it in lots of different dishes. Today, I'm going to make you an enchilada casserole. Let's get started on the stove top. I've already browned the ground beef, now I've added some taco seasoning to the meat as well as some diced tomatoes with green chili. I'm gonna cook this for about 10 minutes on a medium-high, and then I'm going to assemble my enchilada casserole. Okay, we're gonna start by putting some chili on the bottom of our pan, take it and just spread it all over. Next, I'm gonna add some corn tortillas that I've already torn into bite-size pieces, and you just want to layer the bottom of your pan with the corn tortillas. And then to make the corn tortillas a little bit soft, I like to add a little chicken broth. It also brings a nice little flavor to the dish. Then, you want to add your ground beef mixture that has the tomatoes all over. You're gonna give it a nice layer, and you want to top that with cheese. I have a fiesta cheese as well as a sharp cheddar. And then you want to repeat the same exact steps. Start with the corn tortillas, add your chicken broth to make your tortillas pliable, another layer of the ground beef mixture, and again you want to cover it with cheese. Then you want to top your cheese with a little bit more chili. You want to just smooth it out as best you can, all over the top of your casserole. Then you want to take it and bake it in the oven on 350 degrees for approximately 15 minutes. And now you can enjoy this simple enchilada casserole made from canned chili.


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