Steak or ground beef with a few hot peppers thrown into the mix form the base for these manly chili recipes. The only question remaining: which recipe will you try first?
This is always a favorite after that first cold spell of winter. This recipe makes enough to put some away for leftovers. This chili is even better after reheating. An easy recipe that is quick and sure to be a family favorite. Serve and enjoy with crackers, cornbread, cheese or Fritos. This is not a hot chili and is just a tiny bit spicy.
I came up with this recipe by just messing around trying to find a good recipe for chili, and so far every time I make it people line up for a bowl...hope you like it! I usually let mine cook for minimum of 10-12 hours, but i feel the longer it cooks, the more the it brings out all the flavor. This is as mild tasting chili or as hot as you want to make it. I really don't like it too hot so I find my chili to be spicy enough for chili but not so bad that I start sweating.
Spicy Cincinnati-style chili! Serve over hot spaghetti, cooked al dente, and top with Cheddar cheese.
A spicy beef and bean chili that is not for the faint of heart!
Here's a great and quick chili with beans that works well on those cold winter evenings. Serve over rice, noodles, toast points, or in a bowl with a slice of fresh homemade cornbread. Garnish with grated cheese, diced green onions, a dollop of sour cream, a few jalapeño slices or whatever suits your fancy.
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.
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.
A spicy chili with a nice smoky flavor. Good served with a slice of garlic bread. Add 1 cup Bullseye(R) BBQ sauce if not using smoked ground beef.
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.
Only the most dedicated carnivores should attempt to eat this meaty bowl of red. Inspired by Craig Brandon's "Craig's Cold Snap Chili."
Come home to the taste of Santa Fe. This basic black bean chili with New Mexico flavor gets done in your slow cooker while you work. Inspired by WileyP's "Quick Chili with Black Beans."