Chili recipesRecipes for probably the most famous Mexican or Tex-Mex dish, chilli con carne. Here you can find recipes for beef chilli, chicken chilli, bean chilli and many more, from mild to extra hot, all of them delicious and easy to make.
A classic Texas style chili, made with beef, bacon, dried chilies, spices, beer, coffee and Mexican chocolate. This chili is typically served with corn tortillas, sour cream and guacamole.
Tags: chipotle chilies, ancho chilies, beef, bacon, garlic
Pork shoulder cooked in a chili, oregano and coriander sauce, wrapped with cheese in flour tortillas. A simple, delicious, typical Tex-Mex dish.
Tags: Ancho chiles, pork shoulder, oregano, garlic, onion
This is the best chili con carne recipe by far. It is based on the Chili con carne (best version) recipe
but has a several modifications, mainly by using bacon, dried chillies, beer and some extra spices. The chili freezes well - it actually tastes better after 24 hours. It can be served with Mexican fried rice or jacket potatoes and sour cream.
Tags: chipole chiles, ancho chiles, beef, bacon, garlic
Chile con carne, or chilli with meat, is one of the most popular Mexican or Tex-Mex recipes. It is basically a spicy meat stew with lots of spices. This recipe uses Chipotle chiles, a dried, smoked Jalapeno type of chile and has a great smokey flavor. The chilli takes quite some time to cook, since the meat that is being used is not tender enough - a long cooking process is therefore required to tenderize the meat. Chilli refrigerates well for 1 or 2 weeks and can be frozen for one or two months. Refrigerating chili for at least 24 hours actually improves its taste and the extra time allows for the flavors to enhance.
Tags: beef, Chipotle chilli, garlic, cayenne pepper, onion
A classic Mexican chicken in mole paste recipe. The chicken is first boiled, then cooked in a sauce made with mole paste. Mole paste is a famous Mexican type of sauce that is made with a variety of ingredients including chiles, Mexican chocolate, raisins, almonds and much more. You can buy ready made mole paste in jars from supermarkets or you can make your own (a recipe is included). The chicken in mole paste dish can be served with refried beans, corn tortillas and Mexican fried rice, or with condiments of your liking.
Tags: chicken breast, mole paste, chicken stock, corn tortillas, mole paste
A classic Tex-Mex dish, pork Asado is pork slow cooked in a garlic and chile sauce. The chiles used in this recipe are dried and before using them, they have to be dehydrated, ie, soaked in water for 8 to 10 hours. It is therefore best to soak the chiles a day ahead.
Tags: ancho chiles, pork shoulder, garlic, onion, coriander
A basic red and smooth chile sauce, made with chile powder instead of fresh chiles. This sauce is ideal for use in most Mexican recipes that call for a red sauce. It can be used with enchiladas, burritos, fajitas, chimichangas and many more. The heat of the chili sauce can be adjusted to taste, by using a combination of mild and hot chili powders.
Tags: chile powder, cumin, onion, garlic, sugar
An extra hot version of chili con carne that uses a combination of chili peppers, chili powder, Tabasco sauce and chorizo sausage (which is a hot Mexican sausage). This dish can be served with Mexican fried rice, sour cream and salsa.
Tags: ground beef, chorizo sausage, chili powder, jalapeno chili, garlic
Here is another chili recipe that is hot and delicious. The ingredients used in this recipe may look a lot, but most of them are spices and herbs that are added together at the final stage of cooking. Unlike many other chili recipes, this one does not use red kidney or other type of beans. Instead, it uses a variety of fresh and powdered chili peppers, such as jalapeno, green chilies, cayenne etc. The resulting dish is quite hot, but equally tasty. Serve it with Mexican fried rice. sour cream and fresh chopped coriander for a complete meal.
Tags: ground beef chuck, garlic, chili, jalapeno, tomato sauce
An award winning beef chili recipe using a wide range of ingredients such as mild and hot chili powders, garlic and onion powder, chicken bouillon granules, red and white pepper, beef stock and much more. The process is fairly simple as the meat is first browned and then cooked slowly, while adding the rest of the ingredients.
Tags: beef chuck, chili powder, garlic powder, chicken bouillon granules, hot chili powder
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