Curl up with a big bowl of chili for a satisfying meal. Whether you like beef, chicken, turkey, or just beans, we've got a recipe you'll love.
Ready in only 30 minutes, this quick, meatless chili is made with black beans, meatless burger crumbles, and canned tomatoes.
You can substitute ground beef for the meatless burger crumbles, if desired. Top with a dollop of sour cream, corn chips,
and chopped fresh cilantro just before serving.
Add a dash of hot sauce to your bowl for extra heat. Use a variety of your favorite beans, if you wish, in this recipe.
Save time by making this chicken chili with smoked chicken from your favorite barbecue restaurant, or use a barbecue-flavored
rotisserie chicken from your local supermarket.
Quickly put Game-Day Chili together and then leave simmering for three hours. Dark beer and green chiles give this recipe
a rich, spicy taste.
This slow-cooker chili recipe is as easy as it is delicious. Browning the meat before adding it to the slow cooker brings
out the rich flavor of the dish.
This hearty beef chili features boneless chuck roast and a medley of traditional chili seasonings. Serve with homemade cornbread
for a complete meal.
We've loaded this chili with beef and beans for zinc and B vitamins, tomatoes and green peppers for vitamin C, and butternut
squash for beta-carotene.
Pick up shredded pork from your favorite restaurant, or use one of the ready-to-serve products from your supermarket. The
flavor profiles of commercial barbecue sauce can range from sweet to smoky, so use whichever brand you prefer.
Don't let the long list of ingredients deter you; chances are you'll have most of them on hand.
This chili starts with frozen corn and diced poblano chile peppers to help you save time in the kitchen.
Hearty Playoff Chili is an easy way to serve large crowds. Guests (or kids) will love eating it right out of a bag of corn
Lean meats make this chili great for filling you up without blowing your diet. Try serving this satisfying dish with warm
This 7-ingredient chili recipe is ready to eat in less than 30 minutes. For a fun presentation, slice tops from hearty round
dinner rolls or larger bread bowls and fill with chili.
This white bean and chicken chili is packed with hearty beans, chunks of chicken, and tender shoepeg corn. Fresh lime juice,
green chiles, cilantro, and cumin all contribute to the Southwestern flavor.
Ready in 30 Minutes
Chopped zucchini and squash lend this chili its hearty, slow-cooked flavor that's perfect for a busy weeknight.
Ready in 60 Minutes
This classic-tasting chili recipe will warm you up on a chilly night.
Ready in 45 Minutes
For true Tex Mex flavor, serve with a side of tortilla chips and top with fresh avocado slices.
Once the chilly weather sets in, we guarantee you'll be looking forward to this spicy dish after a long day at work.
Store-bought rotisserie chicken shortcuts the cook time, while white ale adds spice, body, and flavor.