Three Bean Chili
Pinto, black and red chili beans with onions, tomatoes, bell peppers, green chilies and our own Southwestern seasonings.
Storage and PreparationOnly Store in Refrigerated AreaHolding temperature: 29-35°F, for optimum shelf life and quality. Always store in a cooler. Be careful NOT to freeze, remember soup freezes at 28°F.Heating Kettle Cuisine Fresh SoupProducts should be heated to 165°F as quickly as possible. The time required for heating of our products from 35°F to 165°F ranges from 25 to 45 minutes, depending on the thickness of the soup and the quality of the heating source. Broth soups heat quickly while chowders, chilis and stews take more time.Kettle Cuisine soups can be heated right in their pouches in a 180-190°F water bath (not boiling to avoid breaking the creams), or out of the pouches in a double boiler (stir occasionally).Serving Kettle Cuisine Fresh SoupSoup should be served at 165°F. Lowest recommended serving temperature is 140-150°F.
Tomatoes (Tomatoes, Salt, Citric Acid), Water, Onions, Corn, Red Peppers, Red Beans, Pinto Beans, Green Peppers, Black Beans, Green Chilies (Green Chili Peppers, Water, Salt, Citric Acid, Calcium Chloride), Yellow Peppers, Corn Oil, Spices, Garlic, Sea Salt, Paprika, Fresh Cilantro, Pepper Sauce (Vinegar, Red Pepper, Salt).
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