A Bowl of Chili: 6 Different Takes on a Classic

A Bowl of Chili: 6 Different Takes on a Classic

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Emma Christensen
Nov 2, 2010
We are of the opinion that you can never have too much of a good thing. Chili is definitely a good thing in our book, and we never tire of finding new ways to make it. The classic chili con carne is a winner, of course, but here are a few alternatives you might consider trying. • Chicken Chili from Martha Stewart (via Bitten Word) - Ready in less than an hour, this stew picks up heat and depth from chiles in adobo. • Spicy Lamb and Chorizo Chili from Bon Appétit - An interesting combination of meats. • Poblano White Chili from Vegetarian Times - The goat cheese in this recipe is really intriguing. • Pumpkin Chili with Cocoa from Tasty Kitchen - A sweet twist! • Black Bean and Espresso Chili from Epicurious - Espresso adds deep roasted flavor • Pork Chili Verde from Simply Recipes - If you’ve never made a chile verde with tomatillos and lots of garlic, you must try it soon. What’s your favorite take on chili? Related: Sweet, Spicy, Smoky: Chili 3000 from Penzeys Spices (Image: Martha Stewart)
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