I call this Chili Collage cause it takes several things that are really good by themselves and combines them into something more delicious. It also uses really cheap ingredients and basically all you have to do is heat them up. Total time for this recipe was fifteen minutes.
1 large order of Chili from Wendy's (with or without cheese and onions)
1 can Ranch Style beans
1 can seasoned black beans
1 onion, chopped
1 tablespoon butter
salt, pepper, chili powder, crushed red pepper to taste
Start by lightly browning the onion (this really isn't necessary, the recipe would take five minutes, but cooking onions smells and tastes good). Then add the Wendy's chili (maybe if I say "Wendy's" enough they'll start giving me money), Ranch Style beans, and black beans. Season, garnish, and serve. For my garnish I used cilantro and cheddar, but I did a test run with crushed saltines that looked good too.
The grand total for this meal was five and some change, and it'll serve four really easy. I use Wendy's chili because it's a good way to get beef without having to cook it or pay for it.
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