Mexican Chili Dishes
Mexican chili is the ultimate one-pot supper. It's hot, filling, and just spicy enough to warm the toes (and soul). See how many Mexican chili variations there are for cold nights (and tailgaters).
You can make this beef stew ahead of time and reheat it. Or you can make it in the slow cooker.
Bright and tangy sun-dried tomatoes, sweet peppers and juicy golden raisins elevate this chili to new heights. Don't feel pressured to use expensive cuts of beef in every meal. Stews and chilis offer the perfect opportunity to use cheaper cuts, as the cooking process easily breaks up connective tissue. Look for well-marbled cuts for the richest flavor.
A corn bread topper gives this zesty chili a homey touch. Turkey is a healthier alternative to the red meat.
This wintertime dish looks like navy bean soup, but tastes like a mild-flavored chili. It's topped with a spicy Mexican salsa that's made with tomatillos.
Bright tomatillos and cilantro bring fresh Mexican flavors to this slow cooker chili.
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.
When you prepare chili in a slow cooker, hearty roasts are the ideal meat choice.
This slow cooked stew recipe is similar to a Southwestern white chili. The refrigerated Alfredo sauce gives it a creamy texture.
Green chiles, fragrant garlic, and the perfect blend of herbs and spices lend just the right amount of heat and flavor to this delicate yet satisfying white chili. Short on time? Take advantage of your supermarket deli and use a deli rotisserie chicken. Simply shred the meat with your fingers or two forks while the rest of the ingredients simmer.
Ground beef and brisket both make an appearance in this beanless chili. Try it solo in a bowl, scooped up with tortilla chips or piled on top of a baked potato.
All the chili flavor in this easy one-dish dinner comes from a can of chili peppers.
Naturally mild shrimp and rice are injected with Mexican flavor, both in the shrimp's cooking broth and the rice's pureed pepper sauce.
When it comes to chili recipes, you don't normally find pineapple in the ingredient list, but the fruit adds a hint of sweetness in contrast to the beef and spices.