To make it super sloppy I add my water and meat and then use my hands to turn it to mush. Then throw in everything else. Here is a good "go to" around the house here.
1lb ground beef
chicken stock or bullion (I like the flavor better than the beef and I will add a dash of soy sauce to enhance the "beef flavor")
2 cans S&W diced tomatoes
1 can salsa el pato, the green for less spice, the yellow for more
2 dried chilis of choice (dried thai if you want a super spicy chili!!!)
I don't brown my meat because it needs to be hand mixed in the liquid first for super sloppy chili. I add the chili powder until it covers the top of the meat. The rest of the ingredients I add at amounts that I like (like a teaspoon to a tablespoon of each). The dried chilis and cans of tomatoes go into the blender and then into the pot. Cook and hour and a half to two hours. Easy as pie.