Flavorful and spicy chili that someone can find in almost every restaurant in Southern Colorado. Use it to smother burritos, eggs, fried potatoes, anywhere you use red chili!
I have taken many chili recipes and played with them over time and have come with this one that everyone loves. Optional suggestion: Serve over Fritos and top with Cheddar cheese.
This is a very spicy but not too pepper-hot. If you think this might be too pepper-hot just reduce the amount of jalapeno peppers.You can always add some red pepper to kick it up. I serve mine with grated Colby Jack cheese and corn chips.
Let the taste of Brazil simmer in your home all day. When you're ready, spoon out this hot, hearty stew and count down the days till Festival.
Shake up your chili-making with this flavorful bowl of red--made with inexpensive pork shoulder.
A basic chili that depends on your green chiles. You can roast them yourself for extra smoky flavor. The canned kind works out pretty well, too. Inspired by Johnny V.'s "Pueblo Chili."
Great tasting chili chock full of meat and taste. Great at those fall football parties where you need something substantial.
A delicious alternative to traditional chili, with pork loin, wild rice, white beans, and authentic Mexican red chili. Easy to make in the Crockpot.
This recipe has a little bit of a kick to it and very tasty straight from my kitchen in Las Vegas. Enjoy!
Save a cup of today's coffee as part of the ingredients for tomorrow's chili. Coffee is just one of a team of spice that make this meaty chili so good. Inspired by jon cline from vegas' "AAA Jonny's Trailer Trash Chili."
Slow cooker recipe. Great comfort food. Beans, meat and plenty of natural spice. Serves as a main or side dish. Great for family gathering.
Real men rarely agree how they like their chili. That's why I developed this recipe. I say prepare the rice and beans on the side and use my chili as a topper.
You want bragging rights? Add a pinch of habanero powder (or more) to your bowl!
This is also excellent on hot dogs, and of course, NACHOS!