Recipe Roundup: 10 Ways with Chili

Cook, Recipe Roundup


Nothing goes better with football than a big pot of chili — and we’ve got something for everyone. From stewed beef and chicken to warm Moroccan spices, here’s a roundup of some of our favorite variations on the winter classic.


Texas Beef Chili
Most Lone Star chili masters shun beans and tomatoes, so this chili is all about the beef.
Bowl of Red Chili
This chili is similar to the version above, but it uses ground beef instead of chuck. It’s a breeze to prepare in a slow-cooker.
Pebble Bean Chili
Here, meat takes the backseat to rich, flavorful heirloom beans — you’ll never reach for canned ones again.
White Chili
With grilled chicken and Great Northern beans, this is comfort food at its healthiest.
Chicken Chili with Beans
Jalapeno peppers and fresh cilantro give this lightened chili a Latin-inspired kick.
Mole-Style Chili with Black Beans and Andouille
Here, spicy andouille sausage stands in for beef (but you can also omit it for a vegetarian option).
Turkey Poblano Chili
This chili recipe has a shorter-than-usual ingredient list, making it a perfect winter weeknight staple.
Turkey, Two-Bean and Sweet Potato Chili
Lean ground turkey, beans and sweet potatoes — this dish is loaded with nutritious ingredients. Expect plenty of flavor without the added fat.
Moroccan-Spiced Vegetarian Chili
This richly spiced vegetarian chili is delicious with toasted pita points or on a bed of steamed couscous.
Spicy Three-Bean Chili with Warm Corn Tortillas
This spicy chili has an unexpectedly bright and zesty flavor. Bonus: it can be made with mostly pantry staples.

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