Chili recipes

Recipes 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.

Chili con carne recipe 

Chili con carne is basically a meat stew using lots of chili. This recipe is using beef and lots of spices. The chili is cooked over medium heat for about 2 hours. During the cooking time, spices are added in batches. You can adjust the amount of chili and cayenne pepper used to make the dish hotter or milder.
Tags: beef, paprica, chili powder, cumin, Sazon Goya 

Chili con carne with red kidney beans (one of the best versions) recipe 

Here is another recipe of Chili con carne using red kidney beans. It is basically a variation of another version of chilli con carne listed on our website. This recipe uses lots of spices and instead of onion and garlic powders it uses fresh ones, minced. It also uses dried oregano, added at the last stage. The chili is cooked over medium heat for about 2 hours. During the cooking time, a series of ingredients are added in batches. 
Tags: beef, tomato sauce, paprica, Sazon Goya, chilli powder 

Mexican red chili sauce recipe 

A classic red chili sauce, ideal for Mexican dishes such as enchiladas, chimichangas, tamales etc. The sauce can be made in advance and refrigerated for up to one month.
Tags: Ancho chiles, garlic, cloves, salt, olive oil 

Chili tomato sauce (with Anaheim chiles) recipe 

A tasty tomato and chile sauce, great for any Mexican dish.
Tags: tomatoes, anaheim chiles, jalapeno chiles, olive oil, pepper 
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Chili recipe 

Chili, chili con carne or chili sin carne, is a stew, usually using beef or other meat, cooked with spices, herbs and one or more types of chili pepper (in powder, fresh, dried, liquid or smoked form). There are many recipes for chili, all based on the same principle, but each one using different types of ingredients. No matter what the recipe is, one of the secrets in making chili is to refrigerate it for at least a day or two; this will allow the flavors to develop and mature.
Tags: beef steak, chili, cayenne, paprika, red kidney beans 

Pork Chili Verde (Green pork chili) recipe 

Chili verde, literally meaning green chili, is a chili made with pork and tomatillos. Tomatillos are green tomatoes widely used in the Mexican cuisine. The chilli is cooked for about 4 hours until tender and can be served with rice, baked potatoes or tortillas.
Tags: pork shoulder, tomatillos, Anaheim chiles, garlic, onion 

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