What happens when you pour in hot chili peppers, chili powder, ground beef, some sautéed garlic amongst other spices into a pot, simmered and served? There can only be one result, you’ve got yourself a delicious pot of chili!
The spicy yet appetizing hot flavor of the chili is no stranger to any tongue. You can’t have one plate and not feel its impact all the way to the brain. It’s so hot yet so damn good, we just can’t stop at one.
Just as you would expect, the main ingredient is the Chili pepper or Chili powder (or sometimes both!). This thick, rich stew can be served with steak or fries, grated cheddar, sour cream or even some crunchy tortilla chips. You could choose to use it a dipping sauce or yet spice things up (literally) by serving it up with ground beef.
The chili stew is such a delicious part of any menu, it’s even become a major theme for most cooking competitions. So much so that there are even competitions specially set up for cooking of chili. You’d be amazed at how many different ways there are in making a tasty chili.
Recently, I found this Gourmet chili recipe on Smitten Kitchen and have been craving it ever since I made it a year ago. I didn’t do the biscuits, though they look delicious but I served it with some nacho chips and shredded cheddar. It was an instant hit with the whole family as they couldn’t get enough of the thick bowl of spicy delicacy with a special chilly ting.
It’s great for cookouts, family dinners, sports events or a great pick off the menu when you’re eating out.
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