Think of this chili as a sweet and savory mixture. You get a ton of spice and kick from the jalapeno, but smooth, almost umami, flavor from the white miso. It may sound a little weird, but we assure you it’s delicious. Once you have the base, assume the chili making position. Place everything in the pot, bring it to a simmer, and what you have in 30 minutes is a total one-pot winner!
Easy White Bean Chicken Chili prepared in a crockpot with whole roasted jalapenos, tender beans, corn, and lean chicken breast.
The smoky, complex flavor of this simple Vegan Chili comes from basic pantry ingredients, vegetables, and spices. It makes great leftovers, too.
A warming Spicy Quinoa Chili that's perfect for a cold day!
Learn how to dish up an amazing Comforting Homemade Chili with simple step-by-step instructions.
Why have a plain old baked potato when you can make Chili Potato Bowls? This recipe is a great way to use up your chili leftovers while adding a few special touches, like tender and savory onions and peppers that make a delicious topping for this meal. Super easy and super cheesy!
This vegetarian chili will warm your bones with delicious plant-based protein (and in under 30 minutes!). With fresh veggies, beans, and a blend of spices, this is a simple chili that you would never believe is meatless.
Make chili even more comforting by adding mac and cheese!
This chipotle chili recipe is healthy but hearty and has a kick of spice! Made with simple ingredients you probably already have in your fridge.
There are few things better in winter than getting out of the bitter cold and settling in a warm, cozy kitchen with a hot, hearty bowl of homemade soup. This Bison, Bacon, and Pot Roast Paleo Chili made in a slow cooker is full of amazing flavor with very little guilt.
This Turkey Chili Spaghetti Squash is so flavorful and comforting without being hard on the waistline. It is perfect for a cold-weather meal! The spaghetti squash is a fantastic low-carb option and using turkey makes it much leaner too.
This recipe requires your attention for the first 10 or 15 minutes, then you have a couple of hours to do non-kitchen stuff. It’s nothing more than rendering some bacon, sauteing the onion and pepper, flavoring, browning the meat, deglazing, then adding in all the other yums and letting it do its thing for at least two hours.