Beef Chili with Pickled Jalapenos
A little stout goes a long way to take this meaty chili to another level.
This recipe is hearty, healthy and unbelievably easy. Perfect for a weeknight!
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Tex-Mex Corn Chip Chili
A little Tex, a little Mex and a whole lotta comfort.
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With this recipe, it's easy being green. You can use jarred green salsa or make your own.
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Smoky Beef Chili
Put your dried red chiles to work in this fiery recipe. Pass the sour cream!
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Tex-Mex Brown Rice Chili
This is a great option for anyone trying to cut back on meat (just a little).
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Black & White Chicken Chili
You can use crumbled queso fresco or feta as a garnish — it's all good!
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Moroccan Lamb Chili
Carrots, chickpeas and super-tender lamb meat, all topped with a few sprigs of cilantro.
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Three Bean Chili
Think three's a crowd? Nah, these beans get along just fine!
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Beef & Bean Chili
It's a classic for a reason! Serve the chilis on the side so folks can take as many as they want (if they dare).
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Pork and Black-Eyed Pea Chili
Toasted corn muffins on the side? Yes, please!
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Acorn Squash and Chicken Chili
Make this healthy-ish comfort meal your cool-weather family favorite.
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Chicken Mole Chili
If you want mild mole, use sweet smoked paprika. Looking for spicy? Chili powder all the way!
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Chipotle Turkey Chili with Apples and Cheddar
Once you try sweet-tart apples on your chili, you won't go back!
Mushroom, Ancho & Black Bean Chili
Use mixed mushrooms for a variety of umami flavors.
Zucchini & Corn Chili
Who says chili is just for winter? Try this light and bright meal on a cooler-than-average summer night.
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Espresso Chili with Beef & Black Beans
Top this hearty chili with fresh cilantro, chopped red onions, sliced avocado, and crumbled queso fresco.
White Bean, Chicken and Poblano Chili
Winner, winner, chicken chili dinner!
Succotash Veggie Chili
Slow cooker tip: set it for four hours if you prefer your vegetables al dente; six if you like them more cooked through.
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Chorizo & Vegetable Chili in Cheesy Polenta Bowls
Go ahead, serve your chili over cheesy polenta. You deserve it!