This Crockpot White Chicken Chili is a healthy, easy dinner recipe that will help you get cozy after a long, busy day.
Chili Chocolate Crinkle Cookies a perfect spin on the usual chocolate cookies of the season. They’re a little, chewy, a little spicy and totally chocolate-loaded.
This Whole30 sweet potato chili with beef is paleo, hearty, and a perfect comfort food for fall, loaded with fiber and protein.
These pork-filled wontons are doused in chili oil and vinegar sauce to be a tangy, spicy, juicy bite we can’t get enough of.
This Chili Lime Shrimp Fajita Bowl is easy, quick and super tasty. It’s absolutely perfect for a delicious lunch or easy weeknight dinner!
It’s easy to prepare and full of great Asian flavors. You can gussy it up with more or less ginger or garlic to suit your own taste, depending on the mood.
This Stout Beer Chili is rich and hearty, with a touch of sweetness. With stout…
Wow the crowd with this Chili Cheese Bean Dip! A little kick of spice and TONS of flavor, this is perfect with tortilla or corn chips.
Without sweet simple syrup, the natural pineapple flavors really shine in this mojito complete with a spiced rim.
These smoky, spicy Malaysian chicken wings can be grilled over coals or roasted in the oven for some of the best chicken of your life.
Let summer grilling do the delicious talking with savory spice rubbed beef skewers served with a charred lime and corn salsa.
Cool off with a frosty pineapple margarita. Blend with a touch of cilantro and green chili for flavor and heat, perfect for a patio cocktail.
Think warm thoughts with three new margaritas using flavors that will inspire your cold beverage.
You can easily make this restaurant-quality dish in the comfort of your own home. So, what are you waiting for? Time to impress your dinner guests!
Kick up the heat as Naren Young at Saxon + Parole dishes the secrets to their chili-infused cocktail.
The best thing in foodie life is to enjoy what nature has to offer…in its very own natural form, even raw. Try this version of Korean beef tartare.
Switch up your breakfast routine with these flavorful tacos loaded with eggs, green chilies, cheese, and cilantro lime crema.
Perfectly seared scallops with a zesty chili lime butter and a creamy pea puree is an easy dish that is sure to impress.
Made with a tender, spiced chuck roast, this hearty chili common in the state of Texas is sure to warm you through and through.
It’s fun to assemble your own food, especially when it calls for eating with your hands! Try grilled beef and spiciness rolled into one bite.
Few things can compare to melt-in-your-mouth braised pork belly glazed in a sweet and spicy chili sauce with pickled greens in a soft steamed bun.
Marinated in Thai spices and soy sauce, this pork crisps up beautifully when grilled. Serve over rice with a sweet chili sauce.
There are so many different chilis, but sometimes simple is best. Try this traditional recipe, made in minutes, and topped with avocado and green onion.
An Italian holiday favorite, eggplant timballo is a stunning presentation for your table. Especially when served with a chili and orange chocolate polenta cake.
Brisket chili is topped with chipotle cheddar biscuits and baked to perfection. A perfect autumn meal for halftime and to warm you to the bone.
Made with the spicy and sweet Korean gochujang chili paste, these baked wings are an easy crowd pleaser.
It’s officially chili season! This collection of recipes feature unexpected flavor combinations to keep things interesting and cozy during the colder months.
Packed with vegetables and lean bison meat, a warm bowl of hearty chili will fuel you on a busy fall day. Make a double batch, you will want leftovers.
Preserve your fall pepper harvest with amazingly spicy chili oil that can be used all year round in a variety of dishes.
Black beans and cannellini combines with fresh cilantro, cumin, and jalapeño for a light soup that is a great first fall chili.
Baked potato wedges and a vegetarian quinoa chili combine for a hearty fall meal that can be enjoyed without feeling greasy after.
Creamy, sweet, savory, with the perfect tender crumb. Cornbread is truly an art that is worth mastering. Check out these tips and have it down to dunk in your chili all autumn long.
Easily grilled and basted in thirty minutes, this Indonesian-style red chili chicken can be skewered or whole and served with a cool vegetable salad.
Loaded with a spicy, sweet, and sour punch, this chicken is easy to prepare and will satiate your hunger pangs at the end of a long day.
Seared salmon is topped with a bright, bold strawberry salsa that also makes a beautiful dip for summer snacks.
A drizzle across your Pad Thai or drenching French fries in a spicy firestorm, there’s no denying Sriracha is on its way to being King of the Condiments.
A tart sauce with the addition of spicy chilis is a great way to use up an abundance of tomatoes. Plus, it goes great on sandwiches, with grilled meats, or with dosas.
Protein-rich beans tossed with creamy cucumber dressing spiked with garlic, lime, and chili pepper. It comes together quickly and is great inside a pita.
A shallow-fried paneer with sweet bell peppers and spicy chilies to balance the cheese. Enjoy as an appetizer or a side dish with gravy.
A traditional Szechuan-style chicken poached with spicy chili oil sauce for ultra tender meat. Get the recipe.
Feel satisfied with this DIY strained yogurt “cheese” that is so simple to make. Add spices and chilies for rich, tangy flavor.
A bold vegetable side with a kick of garlic chili paste and zesty ginger. Let the eggplant soak up the sauce and take on a whole new realm of flavor.
Meltingly tender pork belly that is finished with a sticky honey, garlic and chili glaze with plenty of lemongrass flavor.
A flavorful, simply-made bowl of rajma with fresh roti. Be ready for a creamy, not-too-spicy dish with a dollop of cream and a fried chili on top.
An addictive, quick, and easy snack featuring the Korean condiment gochujang.
Switch up the classic avocado toast with a chickpea pancake topped with avocado, fried egg, feta and chili oil.
Similar in appearance to popcorn, the secret to popped sorghum is working in small batches. Don’t forget to top with delicious seasonings, too.
Think of this recipe as your introduction to the wonderful world of moles. Drizzle it over chicken, with a stuffed poblano, or simply with eggs or beans.
Marinated steak served with a cilantro and yogurt sauce that is also incorporated into a black rice salad with refreshing cucumbers.
Add rich, roasted peppers and chili flakes to your standard hummus for great new color and a delicious tasting appetizer.
This salad is seductive. The carrots and mango are fresh and every bite is permeated by dressing with cashews and steak for a contrast to the crispness.
The chill of winter has set in, and there’s no better way to ease into the seasons than with a giant bowl of spicy and cheesy pasta.
A balance of soy sauce and fiery chilis combine with chicken for great flavor and aroma. Bring on this mix of Indo-Chinese flavors for a comfort food dish.
Sweet, salty, and perfectly satisfying from rich whole milk ricotta, these quick appetizers will keep the appetites satiated while you wait for dinner.
Mole poblano and chili are a perfect match. Spices and tomatoes add depth, while vinegar and squash create balance. The secret ingredient? Smoked Porter
Sweet potatoes, spicy chili, and caramel notes from baked Havarti cheese makes this a holiday, and beyond, dish to heap onto your plate before it is gone.
There is no wrong way to make chili. Include any veggies that are in season, your favorite, or you already have. Here are some great combinations to try.
An easy, comforting fall chili that’s vegetarian to boot. This warm bowl of goodness with warm the soul and give your home a beautiful aroma on a cool day.
Sweet and spicy, this salmon combines simple ingredients for a simply scrumptious meal.
This belly warming dish of meaty, spicy joy should be a regular on your dinner table. And any extras are even better the next day as leftovers.