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Original recipe yields 8 servings
I could not find the specific brand of salsa, so used a cheap, generic chunky salsa and it was still excellent. The only thing was there were no instructions to chop the whole tomatoes beforehand. Next time I'll stick them in my blender on chop for a few seconds. I also wouldn't call this chili. There were nowhere near enough beans for that. I'd call this a good hearty vegetable soup. Next time I'll add a can of chili beans or some other type bean to make it more of a chili. I used medium salsa and it really wasn't very spicy at all.
This wasn't terrible, but it just tasted like salsa with corn and zucchini in it. maybe it would be better if you added another can of beans, because the beans are very sparse, which makes it hard to think of this as chili. It also needed a lot more spice than the recipe calls for.
Not spicy; add more chili powder, green chilis, and possibly jalapenos. Pretty good for yourself but I wouldn't make if trying to make an impression.