This vegetarian chili is one of those super easy chili recipes, because it starts with prepared salsa. With two kinds of beans and lots of vegetables, this chili recipe is uber healthy, too.
Prepared salsa, canned beans and tomatoes and frozen corn make quick work of this easy chili recipe. But the real secret to this easy chili is the meat. Use leftover beef brisket, beef stew meat or Trader Joe's frozen carne asada (a lovely seasoned beef that adds tons of flavor to this easy chili recipe).
This is one of those classic chili recipes that's easy to make and appealing to everyone in the family. Feel free to add your own favorite seasonings to this chili recipe.
Rotisserie chicken makes this an easy white chicken chili recipe. But this certainly isn't one of those chili recipes that tastes flat or boring. Fresh tomatillos and cilantro give this white chicken chili an authentic flavor.
Chili recipes don't get much easier than this set-and-forget Crockpot chili, which is ideal for tailgating, watching football or potlucks. If the chili gets watery, as sometimes happens with slow cooker recipes, remove about 1/2 cup of the juices, mix with 2 Tbsp. of cornstarch until dissolved and return to the Crockpot.
Leftover cooked turkey and jarred salsa make this turkey chili recipe a cinch to prepare. It tastes great topped with sour cream and Monterey Jack cheese.
Two kinds of meat -- ground beef and sausage -- give this beef chili exceptional flavor. Top with shredded cheddar cheese and sour cream.
This vegetarian chili recipe is as tasty as it is healthy. Feel free to add and subtract vegetables according to your taste. Broccoli, for example, makes a nice addition to this chili recipe.