Pots of red that won't have you turning red when you try to make them. Throw one of these recipes into a slow cooker and you have an easy meal.
Make your own special blend of pain or pleasure. I make my own Chili powder to add an extra special original flavor to my chili. I tend to add many more types of dried chili peppers to the mix, last time I used 6 types - whatever the store has at the time. Also you may want to put saran wrap over the carafe before putting the top on and blending as if any of this fine dust gets in the air it will feel like you've been pepper sprayed (trust me on this one).
Warm simple chili that hits the spot during a football game or any other time you really need it.
I threw this together with ingredients on hand and it was a big hit! It has a lot of flavor and is very simple to make!
Delicious white chili with chicken, celery, corn and white beans. Easy to make, and good for you too!
This hearty steak and bean chili benefits from a healthy pour (if you can call 14 ounces a "pour") of Jim Beam bourbon.
This is a recipe that I have decided to make after reviewing many Texas Chili recipes. I believe it to be my own, with the right amount of "heat." This goes well with Cheez-It(R) crackers mixed in or with French bread and honey butter.
Spicy Cincinnati-style chili! Serve over hot spaghetti, cooked al dente, and top with Cheddar cheese.
An easy, hearty and flavorful chili. Just combine the ingredients and let it all simmer!
This chili recipe comes together quickly, with chipotle pepper and chorizo adding a smokey edge.
This recipe is a Southwestern-style chili, using ground beef instead of chuck. The fat left from the beef gives it a unique flavor, and the peppers give it a perfect spicy balance.
I've been making this chili for years, and everybody who tries it just raves about it, even my boss says its better than hers and she's a Chef. Top with shredded cheese and green onions.
Being in Texas, chili is a staple on the few cold days we have each year. This is something I've come up with after years of trying to perfect an easy to make and delicious chili. This is a very spicy chili and the perfect meal for a chilly day. The beans are optional here as they traditionally aren't found in Texas chili.
This is a chili recipe my mom used to make all the time. Enjoy!
Smooth and Spicy... Great with corn bread!
Chili, cheese, onion, corn chips, and tamales, with South-of-the-border spices, served bubbling hot.
When you want a Chili that is full of heat and taste that will leave you with a sweat filled forehead and a red face, but leave you craving for more, this is what you'll want to go for.
Grab your biggest spoon and dig in to this thick meatless chili.
A thick, flavorful chili that slow cooks while you do eight hours of work or man stuff.
A meatless chili that's full of flavor thanks to chili powder, garlic and oregano.
A hot chili with the authentic Mexican taste of mole. Serve in tortillas, over rice, or just on its own.