Taco Chili

There is literally nothing more November than a pot of simmering chili and the sounds of crowds, whistles, and that NFL song that always plays resonating through the house. (If I was good at making this website I could cue that intro song to play right now and it would be super cool, but I’m not.) I’m also not that great at consistently writing in this blog, but I’m trying! Baby is sleeping, husband is yelling at the Chiefs (and the universal remote that keeps getting the best of him) and I just made this delicious and incredibly easy taco chili. And for any DadPod fans out there… this is the perfect recipe for a novice cook or a great meal to throw together when you have your turd friends over to watch football.

I am really obsessed with spice mixes right now, especially the ones that I can just throw on a pound of ground beef and voila we have a meal. If you live in KC… go get this locally made Silva’s taco spice. Yes, Hy-vee will deliver all your groceries including all the ingredients you need to make this chili. If you’re busy or you have a tiny human and you’re not getting your groceries delivered by Hy-vee, you’ve made a grave mistake. My other favorite taco spice blend can be found in Brookside at Savory Spice Shop. This store is just fantastic. It’s a great place to go for holiday gifts and to find tons of spices, blends, mixes and plenty of things you just don’t really need. You can also go to Costco and get Spice Island’s Taco seasoning in bulk. This is very economical if you want to make tons of chili this winter and want an easy way to take 1 pound of ground beef from the freezer to a meal in a maximum of 20 minutes. Continue reading “Taco Chili”