Vegetarian Chili

Here is an easy chili recipe that is pretty tasty, you can add in more spices according to your preference. One-pot chili is not only simple to clean up, but now it has all the great Frank’s RedHot taste you love. No, we’re not talking any national competitions you’d see on the Food Network, but this recipe and slight variations has won some top honors at a number of local events over the past 15 or so years.

Add diced onions, minced garlic, 1 tbsp ground cumin seed, 2 tbsp chili powder, 1 tsp dried oregano in the pressure cooker. Add all of the remaining ingredients except the kidney beans and simmer for 1 hour. Click below for the Three-Bean Beauty Chili recipe or the complete list of winners.

And this chili recipe is also somewhat unusual because it uses a secret restaurant enchilada sauce instead of tomatoes! Place ground beef into a large skillet and cook, stirring often, until the beef is browned and crumbled, about 10 minutes. We’ve saved the recipes from this guide to your Recipe Box for easy access anytime you visit.

Every real foodie blogger is either pining for an Instant Pot, experimenting with the Instant Pot, developing recipes for the Instant Pot, or even publishing Instant Pot ebooks. Into the beef, stir the chili powder, oregano, cumin, salt, pepper sauce and tomatoes with their liquid.

Once the beans are tender, you’re good to go. If you are using canned beans, now’s the time to add them. I should have known something was off when I saw how much chilli powder was included in the recipe-even with the amount of ground beef it called for. Kidney are red and long while pinto (aka chili beans) are the cheap bean they use to make refried beans but instead they throw in some seasoning to flavor them.