Kettle Cuisine Angus Beef Steak Chili with Beans

I love chili but when it comes to frozen chili I hold reservations on my expectations.  The other day I saw Kettle Cuisine chili was on sale during the week and picked up a box to try for lunch along with some bread to dip.Preparation for the chili is real easy as expected.  All I needed to do was open the package and lift the seal a little and throw it in the microwave for about 5 minutes (lunch is served).

From the first taste, I was hooked instantly.  The chili met and exceeded my expectations in terms of quality of the ingredients and taste especially for frozen meal.

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If you happen to see this item on sale in your frozen section I recommend you give it a try.

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2 Responses to “Kettle Cuisine Angus Beef Steak Chili with Beans”

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    kutin — May 28, 2010 @ 11:05 pm

    I want this chili along with my homemade corn bread! 😛


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    JaneG — October 1, 2011 @ 11:44 am

    It’s especially great for Weight Watchers that you show the nutrition information for the products you are reviewing as it gives us the opportunity to figure out the WW points before we rush out to find the product. I’ve had Kettle Cuisine soups and and this one was particularly good – it’s a great time-saver if you don’t happen to have some of your own homemade chili in the freezer. Sodium count is lower than most canned chilis. Have you tried Trader Joe’s Organic Vegetarian Chili or Tasty Bite All Natural Vegetarian Madras Lentils (gluten free if it’s a concern for you) available at Costco – two more healthy alternatives to have on hand when in a hurry and homemade isn’t available! Also love the pictures as I am very visual and like to see what I’m getting :-) Thank you!


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