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.
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.