We go from classic to creative with chili variations that showcase world flavors, spicy chile peppers, meat, and veggies.
Grape tomatoes, Kalamata olives, feta cheese, and lemon zest give this garbanzo bean chili a fresh Greek twist.
Sweet mango and golden raisins temper the spice of habanero pepper in this delicious chili.
Garden-fresh pumpkin, dried cranberries, fresh jalapeño peppers, and turkey put a fall spin on classic slow cooker chili.
Spicy sautéed chicken and crisp veggies simmer in a tasty homemade peanut sauce for chili with an Asian flair.
An Indian-inspired mix of curry, apples, almonds, cocoa powder, and cinnamon updates this beef chili.
South American spices, such as chili powder and ground cumin, add smokiness and heat to ground beef, red kidney beans, and veggies.
For a hearty meal that comes together easily, top steak chili with dumplings that start with a corn muffin mix.
This warm and comforting chili offers a mix of beef and pork. Pinto beans, canned tomatoes, and green sweet peppers keep the recipe classic.
Venison, which has a woody, almost fruity flavor, combines with veggies and seven spices to create a knockout chili.
Serve this beef- and sausage-filled chili over hot cooked rice for a satisfying meal.
This chunky, slow cooker chili owes its deep flavor to an intriguing blend of chipotle peppers, oregano, cumin, and fresh cilantro.
Garlic, chili powder, and cumin give this tomatoey chili recipe lots of delicious flavor.
Red lentils blend right in with classic chili ingredients, such as diced tomatoes, kidney beans, and chopped veggies, in this hearty dish.
In this simple slow cooker recipe, zucchini, black beans, and corn simmer together in a spicy tomato sauce.
Black-eyed peas are an unexpected ingredient in this fiber-rich chili, but they combine deliciously with black beans, diced tomatoes, and onion.
Lean pork tenderloin cooks to perfection in this ready-in-minutes chili. Salsa and chipotle peppers spice it up.
Serve this sizzling chili recipe over macaroni noodles, and then top with sour cream, cheddar cheese, and green onions.
Two different types of peppers plus hot pepper sauce add zip (and lots of flavor!) to this beefy no-bean chili.
Kielbasa adds meatiness and smoky flavor to this mouthwatering spice-filled chili.
If you like your chili blazing hot, this bold and spicy recipe is for you.
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