Review of Cattle Drive Gold Chili
I have recently discovered Cattle Drive Gold Chili and I love it. In fact I have stopped making my own chili. This is a really hearty thick chili with just the right amount of zing to it. I do not find it too spicy nor too bland. I am not a big fan of a lot of beans either so I was impressed that it was not loaded down with more beans than anything else as is the case in some other canned chili.
The thickness of the chili makes it perfect for chili dogs. It stays mounded up on the hot dog and doesn’t run all over your plate and hands. Throw a little shredded cheese and onions on that dog and you really have something to howl about!
Sometimes I do want a soupier chili to serve to my guests with a sandwich on the side so I modify it a bit. For every two cans of chili I add one can of chopped canned tomatoes and one can of water. I sometimes will add additional chunks of sweet pepper and I have even been known to dice up a potato into the mix. The richness of the Cattle Drive Gold Chili stands up well to the dilution. It still tastes fantastic.
Serve it over pasta add some cheese and sour cream for some Cincinnati style chili.
Oh, and by the way, it tastes great just as it is. Just open the can, dump it in a bowl and nuke it.
Cattle Drive Gold Chili has become a staple in my cupboards because I can truly whip up a simple and delicious dinner at the drop of a hat when I need to. I buy it a case at a time.
Cattle Drive Gold Chili comes in two varieties:
Chicken Chili With Beans - 190 calories per cup and 99% fat free. The first three ingredients are water, cooked beans and chicken breast
Chili With Beans - 290 Calories per cup. The first three ingredients are water, beef and cooked beans.
Cattle Drive Gold Chili is a Castleberry’s product and you can visit their web page at www.castleberrys.com
I am looking forward to trying more products from Castleberry’s.
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