American Spice Blog
I don’t think there is ever a bad time of year for chili. It is one of those meals that we can enjoy no matter what the weather may be doing. Here in Upstate NY, at the end of a nasty cold winter, we are still taking full advantage of its warm and inviting effects.
Today, I am sharing a chili recipe from my own blog and 10 of my blogging buddies are going to share some of their favorite chili recipes as well. You will find a lot of variety here – some thing to suit every taste, budget and skill level. We hope that enjoy them, and remember, you can always find great ingredients to make your chili extra special, right here, from The Great American Spice Company.
I’m starting things off with my own Chuck Steak Chili. I use dried chilies like anchos and guajillos to give it a rich, deep and nuanced chili flavor. Don’t be intimidated by the idea of starting out with dried chilis – I will show you how easy it is to get all of their flavor into your pot of chili! Chuck Steak Chili on The Creekside Cook
Now, please be sure to go and check these 10 recipes brought to you by food bloggers from all over!
1. Spicy Porter Short Rib Chili from Gina of Running to the Kitchen
2. Spicy White Chicken Chili from Heather of Girlichef
3. Easy Vegetable Chili from Brandi of Nutmeg Nanny
Filet Mignon Chili with Masa Biscuits from Susan of The View from Grand Island
5. Vegetarian Quinoa Black Bean Chili from Rachel of Rachel Cooks
6. Chili con Carne from Karen of Karen’s Kitchen Stories
7. Grass Fed Beef Chili from Beth of Tasty Yummies
8. Three Bean Chili from Michelle of Taste as You Go
9. Mom’s Spicy Chili for Seniors from Dorothy of Shockingly Delicious.
10. From Faith of An Edible Mosaic: Cincinnati Chili
I hope you enjoyed this tour of chili recipes from food bloggers – if you have any questions about a specific recipe, be sure to leave a comment on their blog, and they will happy to help.
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