Meals On Monday BobsKatie Chili

BobsKatie Chili

Happy Monday, it’s time to share something yummy. This weekend we made BobsKatie chili ( Bob- husband+ Katie -me). It snowed this weekend and I am thrilled. It’s the perfect time to make some chili, snuggle up and watch a good movie. This recipe requires soaking the beans overnight and 6-8 hours in a crockpot.

bobskatie chili katherines corner

What You Need

1 Lb Top sirloin steak (cut into bite-size pieces)

¼ Cup carrots (cleaned peeled and finely chopped)

1/2 tsp Salt

1/2 tsp Ground black pepper

1 Tbsp  Olive oil

1 Large onion (chopped)

1 Clove garlic (finely chopped)

2 tsp Chili powder

1/2 tsp Oregano

1/8 tsp Cayenne pepper

1/4 lb Navy Beans

1/4 lb Black beans

1/4lb White beans

1/4 lb Kidney beans

1 1/2 lbs Tomatoes, (diced)

¼ Cup green chili’s ( diced)

2 Cans ( 6 oz) tomato paste

2 Cans ( 8 oz) tomato sauce

8 Cups water

Crockpot (slow cooker)

Large non stick skillet

Salt and pepper to taste



Before You Start! Soak beans overnight according to directions, rinse and drain in a colander

Lets Make It! Sprinkle beef with salt and pepper, add olive to skillet , add beef  stir and  cook for about 5-10 minutes until browned on all sides ,stirring occasionally . Place all ingredients into your crock pot ( slow cooker) mix well , add beef, mix well and let cook on low for 6-8 hours.


**Katie’s Tid Bits** Serve chopped green onions, sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese or crushed corn chips  for topping . You can make this on the stove top too if you don’t have a slow cooker. Bring to a boil reduce heat to low and let simmer for  about 2 hours ( you may need to add more water as it cooks.

Do you have a favorite chili recipe?




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  1. jeanetteann says:

    mmm sounds yummy, it’s a bit warm.37c very hot here at the moment so I will have to leave out the chilli, but certainly a must try
    xx jeanetteann

  2. this looks absolutely delicious! I also love your book post, I am with you and absolutely love books!

  3. Bet this one goes good with snow!

  4. YUM!!!…Although any kind of soup, chili, stew, etc…around this time of the year is good….Actually, ANY time of the year!! LOL

  5. Oh That Looks So Good! I might have to try this one out. Thanks for sharing!

  6. I feel like grabbing this from here.. Thanks for sharing Kathy, and i hope you have a great week…

  7. This chili recipe looks amazing! I love chili in the winter, too, especially with a big pan of buttery cornbread… :) Thanks for sharing!

    PS: Just wanted to let you know that I’m following your GFC from the Monday Mingle GFC/G+ hop. I’m Katie from W

  8. Sounds delicious. I think it is funny how we can open up a can of chili to eat yet when we make chili it takes a village of cans!

  9. Jann Olson says:

    Hi Katherine, this sounds alot like a recipe I got from a friend that she calls steak chili. She served it at a party and I loved it. I haven’t made it yet, but I’m going to pull it out and compare the two tomorrow. I have a really easy chili that was my mom’s recipe. It’s called ‘Quick Chili”. Everything is from a can. Surprisingly it’s quite tasty. Nice when you’re in a hurry. I made tortellin Spinach soup today. It’s been snowing all day and I love a hot cup of soup on a snowy day!

  10. Mmmmmm, looks delish! I make the easy peasy chili right out of my pantry…Lazy Girl that I am! LOL! Yours no doubt is tastier! And, the cornbread – yum! I’m hungry!
    Hugs, GraceinAZ

  11. I can taste it, sounds so good. Thank you so much for sharing. My very first visit here I will follow on my way out so I know my path back here. Perhaps you will find the time to come visit me soon and do the same. I look forward to engaging more throughout the year and beyond. Take care. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

  12. Looks like a great recipe that I will definitely try. Funny, I made chili last night, a great comfort food on a very dreary day!..Especially love it as it is a crock pot recipe. Love my crock pot!

  13. This looks so yummy ,i will have to try. love my crock pot :)

  14. Katie-I love your chili with the combination of all those different beans. and love, love, the addition of the sirloin steak, instead of ground meat. There’s so many flavors, and spices going on, that I can just smell the wonderful aroma from the most amazing chili. such a nice cornbread to have it with the chili!
    Thanks for sharing!


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