Just because you don't eat meat or tomatoes doesn't mean you can't eat chili.
From Fine Cooking
A light green salad is a wonderful complement – and light start – to a meal of hearty and rich chilis.
A hearty and chunky chili, full of nutrients and fiber, which will fill you up before it fills you out.
From I Really Like Food
A completely meat-based chili that can also be repurposed as a baked potato topper, on top of pasta, or baked into a calzone.
From Cucina Testa Rossa
For those who like heat, here’s a chili for you. Not spicy enough? We dare you to add scotch bonnets.
From Avocado Bravado
A lighter alternative to the hearty classic, thanks to turkey.
A deeply flavored chili with the unexpected addition of pumpkin.
A sweet yet spicy perfectly balanced chili, full of beef, beans, and vegetables.
From Eating Well
A perfect alternative to a tomato-based chili, this option is full of white beans and turkey. Goes well with cheese, sour cream, and a wedge of lime.
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