Top Rated Chili Recipes

Vegetarian Chili
I’ve found that some basic planning and a few tricks of the trade can make cooking at home a fun experience that brings the family closer together while inspiring a healthier lifestyle. Your kids can help with the chopping of peppers and onions. Once your vegetables are chopped, the rest is simple. The recipe calls for canned beans, but you can also use dried beans. Kids usually get excited about seeing the beans go from one state to another overnight. You can also “dress up” the recipe by putting out an array of toppings when you serve — kids love choice. Add cilantro, sour cream, shredded cheese, salsa… you name it.  It can be as simple or as complex as you’d like. — Bill Telepan, owner of Telepan restaurant and executive chef of Wellness in the Schools (WITS), a non-profit organization dedicated to making school food healthy.Click here to see the full story: Cooking From Scratch in School Cafeterias -- and at Home
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There are two types of chili recipes out there. There's the type that's made with ground beef, diced peppers and onions, and a store-bought spice package; and then there's the type that doesn't just have you brown the meat, but roast it, calls for more than one spicy pepper, not just bell, and uses things like beer, coffee, and Mexican chocolate to create a bold, flavorful chili with moist and tender meat. This recipe is the latter. 
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Bison Chili
Bison is a healthy, tasty alternative to beef that's perfect for chili. This chili cooks down to a thick, hearty mixture of kidney beans, black beans, and ground bison over the course of two hours, which allows the flavors to fully develop. Click here to see 9 Tips to Make Perfect Chili.
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Add some Chinese chili oil to the Bloody Mary for a spicy kick. The Chinese Chili Bloody Mary is made at China Latina in New York City.
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For a crowd pleasing dish at your next party make this one pot meal. But beware, your guests will be asking you to make this again and again.
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Brisket and Pumpkin Chili
A deeply flavored chili, with the unexpected addition of pumpkin. Perfect to serve on a cool fall night. - Allison Beck
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Pinto Bean Chili
I realize there are about a million and one ways to make chili, so I figured I would make it a million and two.  Click here to see the Vegan Pinto Bean Chili for a Crowd story. 
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As the colder weather approachs and football season is in full swing our tastebuds start to crave those wamer recipes with an some added kick. Here is a great chili recipe for this season that can serve you more family dinner ideas.
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Anytime Turkey Chili
There’s no need to wait until after Thanksgiving to try this recipe. Turkey is a lean, healthy source of protein that’s great other times of the year as well. Try this as an alternative to pork or beef chili.
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Vegetarian Chili
Beans are an ideal source of Clean-Eating protein and even those who aren’t vegetarian love this “meaty” meatless chili recipe. It is still a satisfying version of chili without losing out on hearty flavor. Use leftovers in a wrap for lunch the next day.Click here to see A Healthy Super Bowl Menu.
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For a healthy chili recipe that won't dissapoint you or your waistline, try this recipe. Opt for a leaner cut of ground beef, which has less grams of fat. Next, load up on the vegetables. Try starting your chili with a mixture of onions, carrots, and celery. Then, you can spice your chili with jalapenos or use bell peppers for a milder chili. Add some of your favorite chili spices and stew in the tomatoes. Click here to see How to Make Healthy Chili
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