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.
Truffles are a gift from the chocolate gods that we simply cannot get enough of. These are our 8 favorite recipes for these lovely bites of sin.
With tomato season in full swing, a simple recipe that will help you use up excess. They are great with sandwiches, salads, the bbq, or just as a nibble.
A stunning pizza is a delicious way to end summer. Sweet nectarines, prosciutto and goat cheese drizzled with chili honey and mint for a summer symphony.
There it is, the best of summer’s corn in a dessert bowl. The crunch of nut brittle with a touch of heat is the perfect end to the cool bowl.
With a dash of chili and cinnamon to warm things up, this chutney is a delicious way to preserve summer’s bounty through the winter.
Hot sauce, chili sauce, red sauce, pepper sauce, anyway you drizzle it, it all means the same thing– hot. Check out ten of our favorite homemade varieties.
Use this smoked salt and chili powder with a coriander lime dip not only for prawns, but also for chicken and squid.
This Grilled Cauliflower dish is an absolute stunner and is served with a pop of pomegranate and chili flavor.
Add spice to your summer table with grilled tomatillos, chiles, and garlic. The smokey flavor will add a festive touch to meats and fresh vegetables.
The combination of the sweet and spicy flavors will convert any Brussels Sprouts hater into a fan. Made with Indian spices and bound with chickpea flour.
This is the ticket to your own hot garlic sauce and you can make Sriracha feel jealous. If needed, cool it down with vinegar and transform a meal with spice.
Crispy, layered, vol-au-vent pastry is the perfect vessel for a savory or sweet filling. The chili and tuna filled appetizers are great as small finger food.
Say goodbye to boring fries forever, and say hi to your favorite new side dish. These avocado fries are finger lickin’ delicious.
With eggs, as a nacho topping, or in a fresh tortilla: Guatemalan red beans with chorizo.
Chili blanca is a hearty, spicy, and satisfying stew that is a given in houses on game days.
Juicy, moist ground beef, smokey paprika, ancho chile, cayenne and fresh habanero pepper, come together to bring you Smokey Habanero Chili.
Turn regular old peanuts from boring to sweet and spicy with this delicious recipe for a perfect beer snack.
One of the first rules of chocolate is that it is always (ALWAYS) a good idea to add chili to it.
The nutty and earthy flavor of mung bean mixed with spices and seasonal cauliflower makes this dish a balanced one item meal.
The addition of cardamom and dark chocolate deepens the complexity of flavors in this chili, which gets its process streamlined by the use of a slow-cooker.
This hearty and healthy chili blends flavors of Thailand and Mexico with coconut milk, lime and chili powder.
Sautéed bacon adds a smoky saltiness to this hearty soup that will keep you warm and satiated through the colder months.
This chili is full of rich, hearty flavors but is made a little lighter with chicken so it won’t weigh you down.
This spicy and tangy chutney is great over rice or crispy pakoras, or mix some into vegetable stir fry for some added heat.
Chock full of hearty ingredients, warm spices, and healthy lean ground turkey, this is one soup to keep on rotation.
Chili is the quintessential one-dish dinner for the cool weather months, switch up the flavor profile with shredded chicken and cannellini beans.
The meatballs, or kofta, are baked, which not only keeps the dish healthy, it leaves your hands free to work on the luxurious gravy.
This super-addictive snack is not for the faint of tastebuds, all that chili creates some serious heat.
This recipe could not be easier. If you have corn, butter, chili powder and cotija cheese you can’t go wrong.
This pasta with boiled and sauted asparagus and sun-dried chili makes for a flavorful side or main dish.
These shells resemble empanadas, with their delicious dough filled with spicy sausages, these are perfect for summer picnics and parties.
This is a crisp and spicy indo chinese recipe of chilli baby corn.
This jam is truly sweet and spicy, but you can vary the chili according to your taste.
This chutney needs no coconut and that in itself makes it super quick to make. The level of spice can be adjusted to taste, of course.
The ingredients are definitely not traditional and the method is super simple, but this is a great and easy midweek supper.
If you are more interested in the food than the football, this recipe is definitely for you.
A delicious seasonal pasta with an extra kick from chili peppers.
This is a great hearty, casual meal to enjoy with friends or just while you’re wrapping up gifts this season.
This is a down-home-style chili made with 90% lean pasture fed, sustainably raised beef and lots of that good ole’ heat we all love.
Stan Frazier, the drummer who traded in his drumsticks for a set of Chef’s knives shares one of his secret recipes.
This fresh cold soup has a heated kick from chili and a fresh twist from the cilantro.
Feeling chilly? Try this meatless chili from Shuchi Mittal. It is sure to warm you up.
Grilled shrimps spiced with chili, garlic, lime and cilantro are a fantastic start on a successful BBQ evening.
Christina Soong-Kroeger recreates her Grandmother’s secret Sambal Udang recipe. By Christina Soong-Kroeger I do love…
This great spicy dish represents the Goan version of an Asian stir fry.
Dress up your pot of chili and pan of cornbread by transforming the duo into a savory cobbler.
Cassie Laemmli serves a flavorful and spicy twist on a healthy vegetarian chili.
Full of vegetables, beans, and meat – this chili is a crowd pleaser even with haters of celery.
Jerri Green serves up a patriotic snack for vegetarians and carnivores alike.
Chili means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Laura Davis “invents” her own version.