McCormick® Chili

McCormick® Chili Seasoning Mix is a zesty blend of authentic seasonings, including chili peppers, that makes preparing delicious chili a snap.

Serves: Makes 4 servings.
5 mins Prep time 15 mins Cook time
5 mins Prep time
15 mins Cook time
  • Brown meat in large skillet on medium-high heat. Drain fat.

  • Stir in Seasoning Mix, tomatoes and beans. Bring to boil. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Serve with assorted toppings, if desired.

Cooking tip

Test Kitchen Tips
• Serve chili as a topping for rice, baked potatoes, hot dogs or fries.
• Add assorted toppings, such as shredded cheese, chopped onions or sour cream.

Use McCormick® Mild, Hot or Tex-Mex Chili Seasoning Mix depending on your desired level of heat.
To reduce sodium, try with McCormick® 30% Less Sodium Chili Seasoning Mix or 30% Less Sodium Mild Chili Seasoning Mix.

Blazin Hot Chili: Use McCormick® Hot Chili Seasoning Mix. Add 1 teaspoon McCormick® Crushed Red Pepper or 1/4 teaspoon McCormick® Ground Red Pepper or 1 jalapeño pepper, seeded and finely chopped, with the beans.

Nutrition information

(Amount per serving)

  • 335Calories: 335Cholesterol: 69mg
  • Sodium: 1126mgProtein: 31g
  • Total Fat: 11gFiber: 8g
  • Carbohydrate: 28g

Ratings & Reviews: 8

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  • Sharon R. on 09/09/2013

    before my grandmother passed away, at the age of 98, we had to get those family recipes. One of those was here chili...mild but bursting with flavor. I carefully wrote down her ingredients, she insisted that we must use McCormick Chili Seasoning. Several years after she passed i was making her chili and decided to look on the back of the seasoning to see what they used. To my surprise there was Granny's same ingredients...i do belive she cheated :) The only ingredient that she added was finely sliced celery put in the last 10 minutes.

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  • Elizabeth C. on 06/10/2013

    My families absolute favorite chili. I make it with tomato sauce because of the 4 kids who don't want chunks of tomato in their chili.

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  • Jan on 02/21/2015

    Good chili.

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  • Pamela on 02/02/2014

    Chili is yummy! I mix it different every time. I usually add celery, white onions and carrots chopped in small pieces. Kidney beans and white beans added the last 10 minutes.

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  • Carrie on 01/09/2014

    I made this last night. I used ground turkey, pinto beans and whole canned tomatoes that I cut into smaller pieces. I also added macaroni and onions. My family loved it and asked for more.

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  • linda on 12/27/2013

    have been making this for years love it

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  • Maria on 01/13/2016

    Delicious! I admit I modified a bit, started with onion, garlic, and green bell peppers finely diced and sauteed in the pan before adding in and browning ground beef. Also since I don't love beans in my chili, I used a large 28 oz can of diced tomatoes - perfection! Let it simmer on the stove for about 30 minutes and it was delicious and very rich in flavor. Served with toasted bread, scallions, sour cream & cheddar cheese - delicious easy dinner on a cold night in New England!

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  • John on 04/11/2013

    One of my favorites.

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  • Jan on 02/21/2015

    A good chili. I do give it a small dash of Cheyenne pepper for a kick. Serve the chili with cornbread.

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