Famous Chili Recipes
- All About PeppersAll About Peppers Where did peppers come from? One of the most common genuses of peppers, known as the capsicum, is thought to have been in existence millions of years ago in present-day Bolivia, according to the Chicago Botanic Garden's Information and Resources. But, the first known cultivation of peppers happened in Mexico and Central, … Read more
- Recipe: green chile soupRecipe: green chile soup Green Chile Soup 1/2 teaspoon chili powder 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder 1/8 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon water 1 teaspoon vegetable oil 12 fresh or frozen, thawed wanton skins 1 tablespoon butter 1 leek (white part only), thinly sliced 1 cup chopped celery 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 (7 ounce) can … Read more
- Keeping Fit With A Few Simple IdeasKeeping Fit With A Few Simple Ideas Whether you can prepare Beef Wellington that could knock the socks off of a queen or you are one of the unlucky few who can barely boil water, you can benefit from the tips outlined here. Use this guide to take your cooking to a whole new level … Read more
- Healthy Salad Dressings Made EasyHealthy Salad Dressings Made Easy With warmer weather looming on the horizon in Northern America, many women and men start to simplify and streamline their diets. Gone are the heavy chili dinners and beef stews that fill our bellies in the dead of winter. Enter the salad: cool, fresh, crisp bursts of flavor – but … Read more
- Recipe: the mission inn tortilla soupRecipe: the mission inn tortilla soup The Mission Inn Tortilla Soup 1 1/2 teaspoons butter 1 1/2 teaspoons olive oil 1 large yellow onion, diced 1 (28 ounce) can diced tomatoes 1 whole jalapeno or serrano pepper, diced 6 ounces V-8 juice 2 tablespoons chicken stock 2 cups hot water 3/4 teaspoon ground cumin 3/4 … Read more
- The Cooking Basics You Can Really UseThe Cooking Basics You Can Really Use Becoming a good cook is all about knowledge, as well as, a bit of trial and error. Knowing the correct methods and styles can be greatly beneficial. The advice given in this article, will give you the necessary knowledge and insight to help you become the great cook … Read more
- 10 Great Tips On Cooking Meals10 Great Tips On Cooking Meals If you are as busy as most people you are always looking for ways to feed your family in convenient, fast, yet not-too-expensive ways. Try the following suggestions: 1. Cooking several meals for the week at one time. It may take a few hours of your time up front … Read more
- Recipe: p.f. chang’s china bistro firecracker shrimp (2)Recipe: p.f. chang's china bistro firecracker shrimp P. F. Chang's China Bistro Firecracker Shrimp 8 ounces medium shrimp, peeled and deveined 3 tablespoons diced green pepper 3 tablespoons diced yellow onion 10 ounces cooked egg noodles 1 tablespoon minced garlic 3 tablespoons diced red pepper 1 tablespoon green onion (white part only) 1 tablespoon chili … Read more
- Cooking Made Simple To Suit Your Busy LifeCooking Made Simple To Suit Your Busy Life Many people do not realize how fun and exciting cooking really can be. The information provided below will give you an idea for simple approaches to cooking that can make your palate dance with delight. You do not have to be a chef to make outstanding meals … Read more
I’ve seen a great many chili recipes over the past few years. While some of them have very different ingredients (meat recipes and vegan recipes), there are a few spices and ingredients that are similar from recipe to recipe. Check out more about these particular ingredients in Top Five Spices to Use In Chili.
It’s a whole new world of spices…chili spices, that is! Check out my new article on Penzeys Spices and their world of spices, and you might be off on a new chili adventure with different flavors that you have never dreamed of before.
Looking for a new and interesting way to store your favorite spices? Try a masala dabba. You know you want one.
Need an inspiration for a different kind of chili tonight? Why not put this Andouille Crockpot Chili Recipe on your to do list! Put it on in the morning and come home to a finished dinner.
Ever wondered how cooking without a recipe could fit into your cooking style? Take a look at our guest post written by Tina Engberg.Looking for a new recipe to try? How about a Mexican chili recipe? This dish is served over spaghetti noodles, or some other type of noodle, and it’s a spicy dish that’s great to have on a cold winter night. Let us know what you think about it!
Do you know what makes your chili hot? It’s capsaicin! Read more about this fiery part of chili peppers that add a bit of zesty flavor to your favorite chili recipe!
Why not try one of our new chili con carne recipe this weekend? It’s great alone or served over rice or pasta. It’s mighty tasty too! If you like more meat in your recipe for chili con carne, we’ve got you covered too!