Spicy and satisfying chili con carne is a beef stew flavored with jalapeno and spices. Our version is made with kidney beans and fire-roasted tomatoes so it’s hearty and filling, and you can increase the heat to your preferred spice level. It’s fantastic for game day, potlucks, or a delicious dinner at home. Read more.
Knowing how to cook chili in the electric pressure cooker is a must, especially when the weather gets cold. A combination of beef and/or beans, tomatoes, and spices is simple to prepare in this appliance, with results that are tender and flavorful. No matter what recipe you choose, the method is simple. Read more now.
Made with leftover poultry and a handful of pantry ingredients, white bean turkey chili answers the question of what to make when you don’t want to run to the grocery store. Budget-friendly, high in protein, and ready in 40 minutes, it’s a dinner win! Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of favorites.
Need a break from heavy cold-weather meals? Slow cooker white bean chili with butternut squash is filled with fiber, and has just the right amount of spicy and savory with a touch of sweetness. You’ll be making this healthy dish all season long! Read more now to get the recipe for this veggie-packed chili.
Bring the family together with our pollo verde chili (chicken green chili). The comforting flavors of salsa verde, slow cooked poultry, beans, and the subtle heat of jalapeno hot sauce make for a bowl of happiness. It’ll become your new favorite warming recipe, perfect on its own or over rice. Get the recipe now.
Host a winning game day party with our quick and easy Buffalo chicken chili. Every hot and spicy bowl offers the ideal blend of your favorite stew and the best wings, with tangy blue cheese crumbles on top. An unbelievably simple recipe to prepare, you can keep it warm throughout the game. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
When it comes time to root for your favorite home team, you need the best slow cooker game day chili recipe to keep yourself fueled and cheering! The mix of spices and beef make this a stew that you will want to keep warming up with all season long. Plus, it’s easy to make in the Crock-Pot or Instant Pot. Read more.