Top Rated Chili Recipes

Cincinnati chili is one of those famous regional dishes you need to try. This version is from my family's cookbook.
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This vegetarian chili recipe is packed with protein and flavor.
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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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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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If you’ve been to Cincinnati and have tried their chili, then you know it can only be Skyline Chili. A silky, thin sauce flavored with hints of cinnamon coats finely ground meat for a truly delicious and unique bowl of chili. Topped with shredded Cheddar cheese and diced onions, and you can call it a day. Oh wait, not until you place that chili, cheese, and onions on a bed of fries, though. Click  here to see 15 Over-the-Top Fry Recipes
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Savory? Check. Tangy? Check. A smidge sweet? Check. This well-balanced dressing is inspired by Thai flavor profiles and works with a number of dishes, be it grilled beef salad, splashed on cucumbers as a snack, or as an unique dressing for vegetable slaw. 
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Texas no-bean chili
In Texas, chili is not chili unless it has no beans. Make the perfect Texas-style beef chili with this recipe from Texas native Jack Timmons of Jack's BBQ in Seattle. For a unique blast of flavor and spice, this dish calls for a "trinity" of chiles, a riff off a recipe from Frank X. Tolbert, the co-founder of the Original Terlingua International Championship Chili Cook off. Photo courtesy of Jack's BBQ
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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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Chili Pizza
Combine chili and pizza for a great weeknight meal that the whole family will love.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Vegan Chili and Cornbread Casserole
In the never-ending effort to create good, hearty comfort foods that are vegan, I thought I would combine two of the heartland's most prized recipes: chili and cornbread. I know this sounds entirely not-vegan by nature, but with the help of a standout meat substitute (soy chorizo) and by keeping the cornbread old-fashioned (sans eggs), what we have is a devilish casserole with the capability of making you a local celebrity. Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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Coney Chili Hot Dogs
Enjoy Coney Island-style chili hot dogs – no matter where home is. You can serve over grilled hot dogs or waffle fries.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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