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Default my chili is too thick....needs something to thin it out

I use 2 cans of tomato soup in my chili. It's too thick for my wife. What
should I thin it out with? Plean water? Tomato juice?

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Default my chili is too thick....needs something to thin it out


If chili was made with beef.... replace sauce, with beef broth,
..... balancing between both as needed.

A recipe is just a means by which a "COOK", uses to prepare;
then adjusts to taste, which makes them a "CHEF"!


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I use 2 cans of tomato soup in my chili. It's too thick for my wife. What
should I thin it out with? Plean water? Tomato juice?

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Default my chili is too thick....needs something to thin it out

ok, thanks I'll try that.



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If chili was made with beef.... replace sauce, with beef broth,
.... balancing between both as needed.

A recipe is just a means by which a "COOK", uses to prepare;
then adjusts to taste, which makes them a "CHEF"!


On Wed, 3 Nov 2010 15:59:35 -0500, "spus" wrote:

I use 2 cans of tomato soup in my chili. It's too thick for my wife. What
should I thin it out with? Plean water? Tomato juice?

S



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Many thanks for your note....

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ok, thanks I'll try that.



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If chili was made with beef.... replace sauce, with beef broth,
.... balancing between both as needed.

A recipe is just a means by which a "COOK", uses to prepare;
then adjusts to taste, which makes them a "CHEF"!


On Wed, 3 Nov 2010 15:59:35 -0500, "spus" wrote:

I use 2 cans of tomato soup in my chili. It's too thick for my wife. What
should I thin it out with? Plean water? Tomato juice?

S




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