Hearty Chili Recipes (Slide 14)


Don't tantalize me with the promise of a recipe and then not show it. Do I have to subscribe to your magazine, and "sign in" before the recipe becomes visible? The notice came in my Emails; I clicked on it to see the "18 best chili recipes" and lo, and behold, no recipes. Just a bit miffed.



09/17/2013 - 10:38pm

This is amazing chili. The spice from the chiles is perfect at 1/2 the amount. Add a tiny bit more brown sugar and you actually feel like eating this as a snack! HUGE hit with non-vegan eaters too.


06/13/2013 - 11:27pm

Excellent! I added a can of mashed beans to thicken the soup and an extra teaspoon of cumin.


11/13/2012 - 9:30pm

They all seem to be very creative recipes, They are all very tame and some I am sure very tasty, but being a Texan and one whom takes special pride in the preparation of not only Chili but most southern, carnivorous flame cooked staples. My suggestion would be to venture beyond the canned food isle and go to the butcher shop, the produce department and spice isle and create your own blend. Food is so much better when you create it yourself. The best part is that if it is good you may never be able to duplicate it again and if it is bad you know what not to do next time.


01/31/2012 - 2:28am

This was absolutely delicious, perfect for people that like a little spice. To help save on calories I used a jar of green salsa and 97% fat free ground turkey. You can add a little more cayenne pepper to increase the intensity of heat (which I did) or decrease if you cannot tolerated spicy foods. This is definitely my new Chili recipe!!


10/24/2010 - 3:24pm

Soooooooooo good!!!! I can't wait to make it again!


10/19/2010 - 4:25pm

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