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This chili develops its flavor best over time.  Make it ahead of time and chill.  Next day, skim off the fat and reheat.  The hot chili i...

by Christopher Idone


Texas “Chili Queen” Chili

There must be as many recipes for chili as there are cooks in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona—and every one will declare that theirs is th...

by Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach

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Amazing Chili

Every cook has a special version of chili. Here’s mine — it’s meaty and nicely spiced with just the right amount of beans. Not everyone a...

by Johanna Burkhard


Vegetable Chili

We’ve made a vegetable chili that is just as lush and spicy as those with lots of beef and pork.

by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins


Chili Burgers

There are chili burgers and then there are chili burgers made with the real stuff — the original cowboy chili without beans and tomatoes!...

by Jane Butel


My Chili

My chili changes from day to day. I start with a base of chopped beef, tomatoes, and onions. Chili needs to have a tremendous amount of o...

by Kenny Shopsin


Haleem “Chili”

Haleem is favored by northern India’s Muslim community, but you can find it nearly everywhere, from restaurants to street vendors who off...

by Suvir Saran


Chicken Chili

Chili is a new parent-friendly dish: It's nutritious, it's filling, it's got tons of flavor, and it's hard to mess up. Maybe that's why I...

by Debbie Koenig

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Power Chili

Power Boost: The night before making chili, soak the quinoa for 10 to 12 hours. In the morning, drain the quinoa and leave it in a bowl w...

by Rea Frey

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Quinoa Chili

Chili is an American staple. The spicy and hearty stew warms from within on a cold autumn or winter night. It's great for feeding your fa...

by Jo A Kaucher


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