As the weather becomes more gloomy my desire to sit inside, curl up under a blanket and watch Netflix all day grows increasingly strong. Honestly, I prefer to do these things even when the weather outside IS nice but that’s beside the point. The point is, when the weather is cold there is no greater meal than a warm bowl of chili. Whether you like a traditional beef chili or you’re more into a vegetarian chili, we’ve got it all for you!
First up we’ve got a classic Texas Chili. It has three different kinds of beans in it and you’ll really taste all of the strong flavors. It’s the toppings that really make this chili though. Not only does the recipe use shredded cheddar cheese and sour cream but also Fritos, which will add a nice crunchy texture. Texas forever!
Hearty Turkey and Two-Bean Chili
So maybe you like a traditional chili but you’re more of a turkey eater than beef. Well then, this is the Hearty Turkey and Two Bean Chili recipe for you. This recipe is filled with lean ground turkey, white and red kidney beans, onions, garlic and two secret ingredients. Enticing, huh?
This Burger Chili recipe will give your chili more of a browned meat flavor. You’re gonna get big chunks of meat with every bite! When mixed with the caramelized onions, sautéed bell peppers and celery, your chili is going to be so very delicious.
Cheesy Vegetarian Chili
Moving on to our meatless chili. This Cheesy Vegetarian Chili has all the flavors you look for in a tasty chili without any of the meat. It’s a great meal to throw in the crockpot in the morning and let marinate until dinner time. Plus it’ll leave an amazing smell in your house all day. Are you a vegan? Great news! Just remove the cheese and you’re good to go!
Quick Chili con Carne
Most great chilis take a while to cook. Being busy with work, errands and the kids means once in a while there isn’t enough time to spend three to four hours making chili. That’s where this Quick Chili recipe is really going to come in handy. It should only take you about one hour and ten minutes to prep and cook and it still has that great chili taste!
Bonus: Skillet Cornbread
I’m sure you’re already aware but nothing goes better with chili than Cornbread! This southern recipe will compliment whatever type of chili you are eating perfectly. Dip it into your chili or eat it on the side, there is no wrong way to eat chili and cornbread!
Got another chili recipe we forgot? Let us know in the comments!