Red Bean Chili
Although red bean chili is probably the most traditional, it still can be infused with newfound zing. Experiment with poblano red bean chili and chicken red bean chili with crushed red pepper flakes. Whatever the temperature, these easy chili recipes kick up conversation at any gathering.See Popular Red Bean Chili Recipes
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Since this chili slowly simmers all day long, the flavors blend together to make each bite satisfying and delicious.
You can make this beef stew ahead of time and reheat it. Or you can make it in the slow cooker.
Combine round steak and beans for hearty game-day bowls of chili.
This hearty high-fiber, high-protein vegetarian chili recipe has celery, sweet peppers, tomatoes, and your choice blend of beans, such as kidney, black, northern, pinto, and/or garbanzo.
A medley of chile peppers give this unique chili plenty of kick while the addition of thick-cut bacon lends an irresistible smoky flavor. Serve with a fresh green salad for a satisfying meal in less than an hour.
In Cincinnati, a "five-way" is a plate of spaghetti topped with chili with beans, onions, and cheese. This hearty chili recipe is all that and more.
Big flavor all cooked together in one skillet ... cowboy style!
Satisfy your family with this hearty chili that includes bacon and beef. Top with cheese and cilantro for a delicious flavor twist.
A medley of peppers and spices infuses this chili with amazing flavor, and just the right amount of heat. Featuring two pounds of ground beef, and tasty blend of red and Great Northern beans, this hearty chili is made to satisfy. Serve with a fresh green salad, crunchy tortilla chips, and your choice of classic toppings for a complete meal the whole family will love.
Not your typical chili recipe, this sassy make-ahead version allows flavors to blend overnight.
A slow cooker brings out all the flavors in this easy bean and beef chili recipe.
A little chocolate takes the edge off the tangy tomato flavors in this spicy pork and bean chili.
Chunks of leftover brisket make this chili much more interesting than one made with ground beef. If you don't have time to cook beans, skip that step and use 3 cups drained and rinsed canned beans instead.
Thinner than most chile con carne and redolent with sweet spices, this Ohio specialty put Cincinnati on the culinary map. Residents enjoy it many ways, including as a hot dog topping and mixed with pasta and topped with a mountain of cheddar cheese.