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Old 09-23-2018, 03:49 PM   #16
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I'm looking forward to soups, stews and chili, got about 6 more weeks before things cool off.
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Old 09-23-2018, 04:29 PM   #17
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OUTSTANDING!!! Frito pie is one of my favorite cool weather dishes.
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Old 09-23-2018, 05:21 PM   #18
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Speaking as one who tried this only after you posted it, do you cut back on the salt with the chili, if you know about using the Frito's ahead of time?
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Speaking as one who tried this only after you posted it, do you cut back on the salt with the chili, if you know about using the Frito's ahead of time?
Yes. This particular seasoning is “no salt added”. Between the Fritos and the cheese there’s plenty of salt. This was my last packet so I can’t check label. However Williams “no salt added” by itself ——-it’s definitely not salty.

I enjoy trying the various chili seasonings. Read the labels. Ingredients vary wildly.
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Yes. This particular seasoning is “no salt added”. Between the Fritos and the cheese there’s plenty of salt. This was my last packet so I can’t check label. However Williams “no salt added” by itself ——-it’s definitely not salty.

I enjoy trying the various chili seasonings. Read the labels. Ingredients vary wildly.
Your response is very important as a baseline, because we cook "from scratch".

We, because of my wife's love of spices and herbs, have ALL the basics.

In our household, there are no chili seasonings. It's "Mixture? We don't need no stinking mixture!".
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Old 09-23-2018, 06:35 PM   #21
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I understand. We really enjoy cooking similar not same. Sucklebusters-Williams-Morton’s are my go to’s. At times I mix my own- I have the spices. As far as spices go I find these chili mixes perfect and fresh. I really don’t follow a script-at much of anything.

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I understand. We really enjoy cooking similar not same. Sucklebusters-Williams-Morton’s are my go to’s. At times I mix my own- I have the spices. As far as spices go I find these chili mixes perfect and fresh. I really don’t follow a script-at much of anything.

Ymmv.
I just checked..there are two "chili regular", one "chili medium", and a "chili 3000", what ever that is, in her spice cupboard.
I've just learned to taste before I reach for the cumin.
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Old 09-24-2018, 07:07 AM   #23
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I love a good frito pie. Smoked meat makes it even better.
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Looks amazing....yes, great for a fall football game to take the chill out!
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