Recipes in the 'Chili' category

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Need a slow-cooked, hearty and nutritious meal? Look no further than this magical bean dish – use the slow cooker or the stove. The choice is yours, but everyone will love the results.

This spicy homestyle chili is ready when you get home from work, making it a low-maintenance weeknight dinner. Serve with cornbread for a real Texas treat.

You think you've bean there, done that, but you haven't until you've tried this terrific turkey chili that's loaded with goodness. No doubt you'll veg out.

Feeling saucy? This chili sauce is downright delish. For a variation, mix with mayonnaise and a little bit of milk and use it as a salad dressing.

Talk about a hill of beans. This chili recipe makes for 10 servings. Next time you've got a whole lot of hungry mouths to feed, chalk up mealtime to this chili.

Beans and beef are the two main staples in this casserole delight that's the ultimate comfort food. Serve along side rice and a salad.

What is not to love about this spicy combo? This meal tastes much better if prepared the day before serving. Just remember to keep the cheese on the side and to add it just before serving.

Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! The title says it all -- except that this beefy dish is quite delicious! The rum lends some great flavors to this dish.

In a region perhaps best known for its chili, the southern-style variety is a can't miss. This chili can be made the day before serving and it freezes well. Y'all won't be let down!

This convenient casserole will have you saying cheese, along with chili, corn and casserole. When combined together, the ingredients have all of the makings of a first class meal.

If you've bean there, done that, you'll love this chili that leaves out the legumes. And for those who do love those beans, simply add them at the end.

Come try the cumin and pinto chili. This recipe can be kept frozen for as long as you like. Double the ingredients and keep the extra amount ready for later use.

You will be pining for more Pinto chili after you've finished with this concoction. This recipe freezes really well; just double it and keep the extra amount for your lazy days.

When you're in the mood for homestyle chili, this dish does the trick. It is especially great for a cold winter day and can be easily doubled.

You will candidly love the cannellini. Serve after pouring hot pepper sauce in the chili, and garnish with parsley and shredded cheese. Excellent with muffins!

There's just two simple steps to these chili potatoes. While the potatoes are baking, saute and simmer the other ingredients together. The tasty chili sauce is then served over this hot tater.

For those of you non-meat fanatics, this recipe is sweet relief. A 100% vegetarian dish, it goes great when served with French baguette and a glass of red wine.

If you're up for some chili cheese rice, this is the dish for you. For those who don't have any chili powder on hand, feel free to use a can of chopped jalapenos instead!

This spicy salad will ring your bell. It features beef, lettuce and romaine, mushrooms, red onion, green pepper and chili powder.

Trust the three C's -- chili, chicken and corn. Serve this excellent salad on lettuce, garnished with cherry tomatoes and olives.

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