- Pack of twenty four, 15-ounce cans (total of 360-ounces)
- Unique blend of seasonings and good hearty beef
- Delivered authentic chili taste
Every can dented even though package was intact
The Best Canned Chili
And then all you need to do is add some seasoning the ladies here use. This probably is a better base. A little this, a little that and you’ll be in ChiliLand. Though I never bother.
Need I mention this is “without beans”? Makes a big difference, Podner. Better to add a tamale or two than a bunch of beans.
Simply the Best!
Best Pre-made Chili On the Market
Wolf is so far past the rest
Wolf Brand Chili, No Beans
Pretty good- has TVP (soy)
The taste of the chili is pretty good. It is very saucy- much more saucy than I thought it would be and I think it’s best to serve over pasta, beans, or rice. The meat is of a very fine texture. I would have liked slightly larger pieces. The couple of times we ate it we had it over pasta with grated cheddar and it was very satisfying. (By the way, a can has two 1 cup servings of 400 calories each. Good if you want calories for your buck, bad if you’re on a diet. I could easily eat the whole 800 calorie can if I didn’t serve it with something.)
Shipping was great. All the cans arrived without dents and had an expiration date of Jan 2013 (order date April 2011).
Overall, I was fairly happy with the value and taste of this chili and I may order it again to make sure there’s protein in the pantry. I’ll be looking at some other brands though to see if there’s one I like better.