Review of Campbell’s Chunky Beef & Bean Roadhouse Chili

by StevenHelmer

I ended up buying a can of this for chili dogs yesterday. Read to find out what I thought of it.

Product Description: Canned beef and bean “roadhouse flavored” chili from the Campbell’s Chunky Soup brand. I purchased a can of this chili at one of our local grocery stores yesterday afternoon for $2.37, heated it in the microwave and used the chili when my wife and I made chili dogs last night for our family dinner.

Review

My wife recently purchased a new brand of hot dogs and wanted to use them last night. However, since I’m actually not a huge fan of plain hot dogs, I convinced her to let me stop at the store and get a can of chili so we could have chili dogs instead. When I got there, I ended up purchasing a can of Campbell’s Beef & Bean Roadhouse Chili.

There were a couple reasons why I made this decision. The first was the fact, with the exception of a store brand I don’t like; this brand wasn’t any more expensive than my other available choices. The fact I didn’t have to spend any more on it was definitely a plus.

The other reason is I’ve purchased this brand in the past and, while I didn’t remember much about it while I was at the store, I did remember liking it. That familiarity also aided in my decision. And, as it turns out, it was a good choice.

Chunky Roadhouse Chili
Chunky Roadhouse Chili
Photo By Steven Helmer

While some might argue this chili was a little too soupy for chili dogs, I personally loved the taste of this when I added it to the bun. There are large pieces of meat in it that complement the beans (which are in a larger quantity than I was expecting) and gave it a thicker feel than many other canned brands.

Also, unlike plenty of other canned chili brands, this brand had quite a bit of flavor to it. It wasn’t too spicy (another plus since I know my stomach probably wouldn’t have handled that too well) but had enough seasonings in it to give it a noticeable flavor. In other words, it wasn’t bland like so many other brands and was well worth my money as a result of that.

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Final Opinion

As I mentioned, this is a little more soup-like than some other canned chili brands. But, it still worked well with the chili dogs and the flavor was fantastic. If you are looking for a canned chili brand, this is the one I would recommend looking for.

My Grade: A

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Updated: 09/11/2015, StevenHelmer
 
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blackspanielgallery on 09/11/2015

Unfortunately, my low sodium diet has not allowed chili, even though it is something I enjoyed until a few months back.

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