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Many of us have a certain image in our heads when we think about chili. You might be picturing beans, ground beef, tomatoes, cheese and sour cream. But depending on what region of the country you are in, chili will look and taste different. However, there is one thing chili will always be no matter where you go — a warm and hearty dish for you and your family to enjoy during a cool fall or winter night. Here are some of the best chili recipes you can make at home.
Although this might not be your typical chili because it’s made with white beans, the many ingredients in this recipe spice it up to make it a satisfying dish.
If you are expecting a crowd for game day, this chili dish will get the job done.
When made in your Instant Pot, this dish will not only be quick and easy to make but also perfect for those sticking to a vegetarian diet.
You get three times the beans with this dish. The recipe calls for a mix of black beans, kidney beans and Great Northern beans.
This Midwestern dish can be served with spaghetti and grated cheese topped over it.
This chili is vegetarian, but it’s still packed with flavor and protein.
With just 10 minutes of preparation, you can have this chili recipe on your dinner table. One of the best slow cooker chicken recipes, it’s filled with proteins and the beans cook beautifully in the slow cooker.
You can score with this chili recipe. It has only six ingredients and takes less than 30 minutes to make, meaning you can have it on your dinner table in no time.
Unlike your typical ground beef chili, this dish instead calls for chicken. Nonetheless, it will still satisfy your taste buds.
In just a couple of quick steps, you can have this chili recipe on your dinner table in minutes without having to put in too much effort.
You’ll get a fair share of chicken with this chili recipe. The name of this dish keeps true to its word by including huge pieces of chicken.
Not all chilis are spicy, but this one is. It calls for a healthy helping of chili powder.
Liven up the flavors of your typical chili with traditional Korean ingredients such as soy sauce, rice vinegar, garlic, ginger and ground red pepper.
Because it’s Texas-style, there are no beans in this chili. There is an interesting ingredient, however: unsweetened cocoa powder. It will add a new dimension to your chili.
If you’re trying to live a gluten-free lifestyle, this is the chili for you.
Most times, chili is anything but white. But with the ingredients included in this recipe, it will come out that way.
This chili has some Mexican-inspired ingredients that make it a quick and easy one-pot dinner for your family to enjoy. If you feel like your chili could use a side dish to really make it a meal, here are some easy salad recipes your family will love.
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