Tailgate With Curly’s RoadTrip Eats Kansas City Style Seasoned Brisket Burnt Ends Slow Cooker Chili Spaghetti

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curlys-roadtrip-eats-slow-cooker-chili-spaghetti-01 Football season is finally here! I cannot tell you how excited my family and I are about this. As usual, we like to have football parties. We have them at our home, go to friend’s houses, and even our American Legion where we are members and have football parties. Of course you can’t have a football party without food. One of my go-to’s, and a dish I get compliments on all of the time, is my chili. Since I am partnering with Curly’s BBQ for their delicious new RoadTrip Eats products I have been coming up with recipe ideas to include them in. So of course I decided to make my chili and replace ground beef with Curly’s RoadTrip Eats Kansas City Style Seasoned Brisket Burnt Ends. I brought a batch to our pre-season Cincinnati Bengals football game a couple of weeks ago and it was a huge hit!

When I make my chili, I don’t just make chili though. I live in Cincinnati, and we are famous for Cincinnati-style chili. So of course I make spaghetti to go with my chili! The best part of this recipe is that you can make the spaghetti or not – it is all up to you. Personally, I recommend you try it with the spaghetti though. 🙂 This is an easy recipe that is perfect for the slow cooker and for hosting tailgate parties on game day. And you should need to know how to slice a brisket for making the recipe more perfect.

curlys-roadtrip-eats-slow-cooker-chili-spaghetti-02Curly’s RoadTrip Eats Kansas City Style Seasoned Brisket Burnt Ends Slow Cooker Chili Spaghetti

Ingredients:

  • 1 Package Curly’s RoadTrip Eats Kansas City Style Seasoned Brisket Burnt Ends
  • 2 Cans Chili Beans (Either Medium or Hot, Depending On Your Taste/Crowd)
  • 2 Cans Diced Tomatoes in Tomato Sauce
  • 2 Cups Water
  • 1 Pound of Spaghetti, Cooked
  • Mild or Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Shredded

Directions:

  1. Add the Curly’s RoadTrip Eats Kansas City Style Seasoned Brisket Burnt Ends, chili beans, diced tomatoes, and water to your slow cooker. Cook on low 4 hours.
  2. Place spaghetti in a bowl and top with chili and cheddar cheese.
  3. Enjoy!

Note: You can even add 2-3 more cups water and cook the spaghetti noodles in the slow cooker! This would be perfect for when you take the slow cooker with you to a party.curlys-roadtrip-eats-slow-cooker-chili-spaghetti-03

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Comments

  1. Elena says

    Looks delicious! Thank you for the recipe

  2. HAZELL PEREZ says

    Yummylicious. Thanks for the wonderful recipe to enjoy with family and friends .

  3. shelly peterson says

    Looks really good! We love chili!

  4. Natalie says

    This would be a perfect chili for tailgating!

  5. G K says

    I love chili especially now that football has started! I like the idea of using brisket or pulled pork instead of the usual ground beef.

  6. Austin H. says

    I really want to try these Road Trip Eats from Curlys. I like their products. The burnt ends sound great, especially in some chili.

  7. Janet W. says

    I’d love to try these different varieties, especially the pulled pork! Yum!

  8. Melissa says

    looks yummy perfect for the colder upcoming winter.

  9. Elena says

    Looks yummy and easy to make. Thank you!

  10. Karen Glatt says

    I love your chili recipe and we love chili at my house and this is a really easy recipe to make and I bet it tastes so good. I want to make it really soon!

  11. shelly peterson says

    What a yummy recipe!

  12. Tailgating is so much fun.

  13. Amy Orvin says

    My mom would love to try this. I will have to tell her about it.

  14. Susan P. says

    This is an easy chili recipe! I like to add 4 or 5 kinds of beans to my chili.

  15. rochelle haynes says

    I love chili looking good

  16. Brenda Haines says

    I hope it cools off here soon! I want to make chili, but I need fall to get to the Oregon first lol. It was almost 100 degrees yesterday!

  17. Elena says

    Looks good. I want to try this recipe

  18. Karen Glatt says

    It is getting colder outside this chili would really warm me up and my family. The recipe looks so delicious and easy to make!

  19. Sounds like an awesome road trip.

  20. shelly peterson says

    Perfect recipe for the cooler weather we are having.

  21. James Robert says

    Getting to be that time of year, for chili again and it sounds great

  22. Autumn says

    I would have never thought to put that in chili!

  23. Austin H. says

    Never had chili on top of spaghetti, but it kinda makes sense…sounds good

  24. Barbara Montag says

    This recipe has great ingredients and easy directions.
    A have to make soon!

  25. Zoey says

    This looks so tasty! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  26. Susan P. says

    I haven’t made chili in a slow cooker yet, but will now!

  27. Debra Holloway says

    Oh I love good chili, and after looking at this great pics I feel like one of Pavlov’s dogs. Can ya tell I am getting hungry?

  28. Elena says

    Looks delicious! I love this recipe

  29. Karen Glatt says

    The Chili looks so good with cheese on top. I love chili with cheese on top and this is a hearty recipe to make now that it is Fall.

  30. This is a great recipe.

  31. Lisa Brown says

    now that looks great, spicy and yummy 🙂

  32. James Robert says

    I like this recipe isn’t too difficult to make and looks so good as well

  33. steph y says

    I’d love to try this with deer.

  34. Betsy Barnes says

    I love making chili in the slow cooker! We put chili over rice, definitely going to try over spaghetti! 🙂

  35. shelly peterson says

    What a great chili recipe. Perfect for dinner.

  36. Austin H. says

    I can’t wait to try these RoadTrip Eats. I think I will like the burnt ends the most.

  37. Birdiebee says

    I love chili on cool fall days as well as in the winter. I will have to try this recipe.

  38. Elena says

    Great recipe. Thanks for sharing

  39. Karen Glatt says

    The chili is so easy to make and delicious. I need to make this recipe for my Dad and family. They would love it.

  40. shelly peterson says

    yum, I need to try out this recipe!

  41. My family would love this! Thanks for sharing.

  42. Lynne B says

    I’ll have to look for Curlys Road Trip Eats on my next visit to the supermarket!

  43. Brenda Haines says

    It’s almost chili weather, next week for sure!

  44. Austin H. says

    Never heard of Cincinnati style chili until I saw this post. Sounds great

  45. Your chili looks so delicious! Adding Spaghetti to Chili is unique…must try this recipe. Thanks

  46. Lynne B says

    I’d like to try this but I like my chili thicker so I’d probably use less water.

  47. Lindsay Giedosh says

    There’s nothing like a nice big bowl of chili when the weather gets cooler

  48. Lisa Brown says

    slow cooked chili is the best, looks great

  49. Elena says

    This recipe is perfect for the fall weather

  50. Karen Glatt says

    I love the twist of using spagetti in this recipe. It is a very filling bowl of chili that I want to make!

  51. carol clark says

    this is nice cause your cooking it in the crock pot and your free all day long love it

  52. shelly peterson says

    I love making chili in the Fall.

  53. Barbara Montag says

    We all love chili and would love this recipe.
    Thanks for sharing it!

  54. Lynne B says

    This reminds me of Cincinnati chili but with brisket – that’s a nice upgrade!

  55. Elena says

    Great recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  56. Karen Glatt says

    I really want to try the Road Trip Eats from Curlys. I like their products. The burnt ends sound great, especially in some chili!!

  57. shelly peterson says

    This sounds really good about right now! 🙂

  58. Keri justice says

    Oh my they seriously sell the brisket ends?!? Yum the best part!! Sounds amazing b

  59. Elena says

    Great recipe. I hope you win!

  60. shelly peterson says

    I love slow cooker recipes, will have to try this out.

  61. Karen Glatt says

    I wrote the recipe down and I am getting all the stuff to make it. It looks delicious and hearty!

  62. Stacy says

    I’ve never had spaghetti with my chili, but I like the idea of adding some extra liquid and cooking the spaghetti in the same pot!

  63. Keri justice says

    Oh the spinach artichoke macaroni and cheese you mention there at the end sounds amazing. Never thought about that before! I’ll have to check it out. Also I’ve voted for you, can I vote daily?? Or is it just 1x?

    • It is delicious – you should definitely try it! And you can only vote once – but if you purchase Curly’s RoadTrip Eats you can get a second entry into the $10,000 sweepstakes! Good luck, Keri!

  64. Christina Sparks says

    This looks yummy.

  65. Elena says

    Sounds interesting. I am going to try this recipe

  66. shelly peterson says

    Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

  67. Karen Glatt says

    This is such delicious chili and so filling. I will be making this recipe!

  68. shelly peterson says

    yummy! this would be great for dinner!

  69. Elena says

    Perfect recipe for a cooler weatehr

  70. Christina Gould says

    I’ve never tried chili in the crockpot. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

  71. Karen Glatt says

    This is an easy chili recipe! I like to add ingredients like you have in this recipe. Looks so delicious!

  72. Cynthia R says

    Most of hte time i make my homemade chili in a crockpot. I might do this option if I was in even more of a hurry than usual.

  73. Lynne B says

    This would be great the next time we get together to watch a game.

  74. Sherry Compton says

    This sounds so good. I’ve seen Curly’s products in the store and wondered but never tried. I can’t wait to try this.

  75. shelly peterson says

    What a delicious recipe!

  76. Elena says

    Looks delicious. Thank you for the recip?

  77. Brenda Haines says

    I’m making this next week!

  78. Karen Glatt says

    This Slow Cooker chili with spaghetti is an amazing recipe that I want to make!!

  79. Betsy Barnes says

    So have today is the first day of Fall, getting ready to make lots of chili in my slow cooker. 🙂

  80. Norma says

    Looks good!

  81. Adriane says

    I love a good chili on a cold night! I prefer mine without beans.

  82. Robin Abrams says

    This sounds so good. I think we are going to have this for dinner tomorrow. Thank you for the share

  83. shelly peterson says

    I love how easy this is to make.

  84. Heather Amos says

    This looks delicious! Love how simple it is to make.

  85. shelly peterson says

    Looks like a great chili recipe for my family!

  86. shelly peterson says

    what a great recipe, perfect for game day.

  87. Lynne B says

    You could use this to make a quick and easy steak salad.

  88. shelly peterson says

    Thanks for sharing this yummy looking chili recipe!

  89. Lynne B says

    These burnt tips would be so good in a salad pita pocket.

  90. laurie murley says

    this sounds great I would love to try it

  91. shelly peterson says

    Yummy, I will have to look for the Curly products and give them a try.

  92. Jill Myrick says

    Our family loves chili but I have never thought of putting it over spaghetti. We will be trying this in the near future as I’m sure it’s going to be a hit here.

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  93. Renee Rousseau says

    We love Chili Spaghetti around our house!

  94. Lynne B says

    Still looking for Curlys.

  95. Christy Caldwell says

    I love brisket. This looks really good.

  96. shelly peterson says

    We really enjoy a good chili recipe, the family would love this.

  97. Jennifer H. says

    That would be a great dinner!

  98. Kimberly Flickinger says

    This looks and sounds awesome! Will definitely have to try!

  99. Jerry Marquardt says

    Your special recipe for Kansas City Style Seasoned Brisket Burnt Ends Slow Cooker Chili Spaghetti looks especially yummy I will be making this over the coming weekend,, it looks so delicious.

  100. Buddy Garrett says

    It sounds delicious. I would love to prepare it.

  101. betty league says

    I like the Ingredients and Recipe. Sounds Yummy! I’ll give it a try….thanks

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