Home stay coronavirus orders mean millions of Americans spend much more time cooking their meals from scratch. If you’re stuck inside and looking for a simple, ingredient-rich recipe to feed your family, Jessa Duggar has you covered. The star of Counting On recently shared a substantial chili recipe with her fans on YouTube and Instagram.
Counting On: Jessa Duggar’s Hearty Chili Recipe
Mom of three Jessa Duggar, 27, went to social media to share one of her family’s meals: chili.
“We’ve done it at least three times in the last two weeks, because for one it’s so good, and for two it’s easy to prepare,” she wrote. “Try it.” It won’t let you down.”
On YouTube, she posted a video that shows how to make chili. Here is the complete recipe, which will serve six to eight people.
Jessa Duggar’s instructions say to fry the onion and garlic, then brown the ground beef. Then mix the green pepper, tomato sauce and spices, and cook for one or two minutes. Add the rest of the ingredients (do not drain the beans or tomatoes), bring to the boil, then reduce the heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Serve garnished with sour cream and cheese.
In a comment by Instagram, Jessa Duggar assured that the recipe was not too spicy and that it was a success with her children.
Counting On: Fans – And Her Sister Jinger – Say They’re Eager To Try The Recipe
Jessa Duggar’s followers – and her younger sister, Jinger – couldn’t wait to make her chili recipe.
“I’m gonna try it today!” Jinger commented.
“It looks delicious! We should embellish our chili and try this,” a fan wrote. Others said the recipe was “fantastic” and “delicious”.
Several people came forward with their suggestions to change the recipe. Some said they served it on top of the rice or mixed it into noodles to make the meal a little longer. Another pointed out that in their chili recipe they replaced beef with regular beef to make a vegetarian version. Other suggestions included using taco dressing instead of chili dressing, adding diced potatoes, or mixing in corn or using black beans instead of pinto or red beans.