Cold weather calls for a hot bowl of soup. And there’s nothing quite as satisfying as chili. Whether you’re a chili purist (focused on heat+meat), a vegetarian (it’s all about the beans), or an all-inclusive lover of the dish, we’ve got just the right recipe for you.
Rachael’s Meaty, Meat-less Chili (pictured above)
Start the new year off right with a meatless take on chili. Simply sub the chicken stock for vegetable stock to make this version vegetarian.
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Lisa, aka the Homesick Texan, prefers her chili with no beans (or tomatoes). Try out her take on authentic Texas chili.
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Emeril’s Turkey and White Bean Chili
Emeril adds a little kick to his turkey and white bean chili.
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Slow-Cooker Cincinnati Chili
Rachel at Coconut and Lime achieves a balance of not-too-saucy, not-too-dry with her Cincinnati-style chili recipe.
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Rachael Ray’s Argentine Chili with Chimichurri
Rachael Ray serves up an Argentinian-inspired bowl of chili made from sirloin, chorizo and chile peppers. She tops the dish with homemade Chimichurri sauce.
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Pork Green Chile Stew
Take a break from your typical chili recipe. Megan from A Sweet Spoonful shares a recipe for pork green chile stew, a staple in the Northern part of New Mexico.
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Chili in a Biscuit Bowl
Paula Deen offers up this creative twist on serving chili: biscuit bowls. Bet you can't eat just one!
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White Chicken Chili Stew
This twist on chili, courtesy the Food Network Magazine, brings the heat.
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Emeril subs in spicy sausage for beef, but he doesn't let the heat overwhelm the flavors of the dish.
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Meaty, bean-y, with tomatoes or without…how do you take your chili?