- Prep time: 5 minutes
- Cook time: 20 minutes
- Serves: Makes 6 servings
Stir together sausage, chili seasoning, tomatoes, onions and beans in a slow cooker, then let it do the rest!
- 1 pound
- 1 package chili seasoning mix (1.25 oz)
- 2 cans diced tomato with onions (14.5 oz)
- 1 can light red kidney beans, undrained (15.5 oz)
In large saucepan, crumble and cook sausage over medium heat until browned. Add remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. * Can put uncooked or cooked sausage into slow cooker. Just make sure meat is no longer pink. SLOW-COOKER OPTION: Crumble uncooked sausage into bite-size pieces and put in slow-cooker. Add remaining ingredients. Stir gently. Cover and cook on low heat 4-6 hours. Stir before serving.
- Serving Size 5
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories: 420
- Total Fat 28g
- Saturated Fat 10g
- Cholesterol 40mg
- Sodium 1220mg
- Total Carbs 24g
- Dietary Fiber 6g
- Protein 28g
Reviews for Sausage Chili
Delicious and easy
Hayden , from Cincinnati, OH
What a tasty chili with a minimum of work. The slow-cooker recipe would probably be great with corn meal drops or cornbread baked on top during the cooking. We should try all our ground beef dishes with sausage instead.
I love this Sausage Chili
Bunny, from Toledo, OH
I just really enjoy it. I used to go to the Bob Evans Restaurant on ReynoldsRd. in Toledo and get their Farm Boy Chili and this is the taste I really loved back then and this is as close as I want to get to that taste that I had in the restaurant years ago.
I could be a BE chef
jo, from macomb, MI
made this same recipe before seeing yours! LOL
mark, from Granite City, IL
I just put the tomatoes through a processor for a few seconds and came out perfect.
not as good as moms but i'll take it
mark, from Granite City, IL
so easy and simple! stick to your ribs recipe. not much can go wrong here. guys at work loved it when i kicked it it up a notch or two with "dave's insanity hot sauce" :-)
love the sausage chili
gertrude, from lake wales, FL
love this chili on a cool day. thanks
Cassie, from Butler, PA
My Dad and I love it and I would make it for dinner anytime! ;)
I REALLY LOVE THIS CHILI
Deiona, from detroit, MI
NOW this chili is one of my favors I cook this when its really cold out side it is so yummmm and I like sauage instead of hamburger thanks Bob Evans your a great cook!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BEST CHILI EVER!
Alicia, from Elgin, MN
I made this chili for my family the other night and they loved it. Nana even called it the best chili she'd ever had. Luckily it was so easy to make!
charles, from cuyahoga falls, OH
Brown the sausage before adding to crock pot
SSS, from Centreville, VA
please, please, please do not put raw sausage in a crock pot! The only safe way to handle it is to brown it first. If you brown it with the onions, it's even tastier! Also, DRAIN the beans -- the fluid in the beans is very starchy and salty -- you will get a better crockpot result if you drain the beans before adding. Remember to fill your crock pot at least half full for best results and even heating.
I've been making this chili since 1971!
Terri, from Toledo, OH
I opened the very first BOB EVANS restaurant in TOLEDO, OH on Monroe St. in 1971, and even met BOB EVANS! I love this chili..been making it ever since! Terri Georgia
Ethel, from Dearborn, MI
Better than any Chili I have ever had. Even my own.
The best chili !!!!!!!!!!!!
Therese, from Greenville, OH
This chili is the best I have ever eaten. The bad thing is in the spring you don,t offer it until fall again!
I LOVE YOUR CHILI
Rich, from OAK LAWN, IL
I LOVE THIS SAUSAGE CHILI
I Love this Sausage Chili
Kathy, from Lebanon, OH
This chili is great and so quick to make! I did have to chop an onion to add because I couldn't find canned tomatoes with onions.
Lorraine, from Sebring, FL
Made this chili tonight
Douglas, from Independence, MO
My wife loves Bob Evans chili so I made this recipe tonight and it was just like Bob Evans. Awesome! Thanks. The only problem is it ends up costing about the same as when you buy it by the quart at Bob Evans. Buying two quarts $12.00, making 2 quarts $12.00.