A Chili For Every Taste

Staff Writer
White Chili
Eating Well

White Chili

Just because you don't eat meat or tomatoes doesn't mean you can't eat chili.



Forty Shades of Green Salad

From Fine Cooking

A light green salad is a wonderful complement – and light start – to a meal of hearty and rich chilis.



Miraval’s Vegetarian Chili

From Tastebook

A hearty and chunky chili, full of nutrients and fiber, which will fill you up before it fills you out.


Chocolate, Stout and Ancho Chili Con Carne

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.


Super Spicy Super Steelers Super Bowl Chili

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.


Turkey Chili

From Avocado Bravado

A lighter alternative to the hearty classic, thanks to turkey.


Brisket Chili

From TheDailyMeal.com

A deeply flavored chili with the unexpected addition of pumpkin.


Beef and Two Bean Chili

From TheDailyMeal.com

A sweet yet spicy perfectly balanced chili, full of beef, beans, and vegetables.


White Chili

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.


Garnishes and Sides:


Baked Potatoes

Corn Chips

Grated Cheese

Sour Cream


Chopped Tomatoes


Sliced avocado