7 Chili Recipes for the Big Game

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Food stylist: Jamie Kimm Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin,Food stylist: Jamie KimmProp Stylist: Marina Malchin

Once the game is clicked on this Sunday, your chances of stirring a pot come to a screeching halt. You need one-pot dishes that come together — and stay together — throughout your Super Bowl party. That’s why, this week, we’re lining up our favorite chili recipes, ranging from traditional to chicken to white bean. Simmer a pot for the fam or fix it cook-off style. Either way, this Sunday is all about chili.

In the spirit of keeping things easy, consider your slow cooker your most valuable asset. Slow-Cooker Texas Chili (pictured at top) and Slow-Cooker Chicken Chili (pictured above) by Food Network Magazine both come to fruition in just about seven no-hassle hours. Simply pile in the ingredients and kick off.

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Food Stylist: Rebecca Jurkevich Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin

Photo by: Con Poulos

Con Poulos

Food Network Magazine’s Chili con Carne is prepared the classic way.

Tyler Florence’s Beef Chili swaps ground beef for tender morsels of cubed beef.

For a chili recipe that goes heavy on the beans, Ellie Krieger’s Three Bean and Beef Chili is brimming with black, kidney and pinto.

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Not a fan of traditional red chili? Shredded chicken, navy beans and loads of spice coalesce for a heated chili rendition. It may not resemble the chili of your childhood, but Melissa d’Arabian’s White Chili With Quick-Roasted Garlic for Food Network Magazine still hits the same spot.

Vegetarian Chili; Robin Miller

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Tara Donne

A good chili can be both hassle-free and meat-free. Robin Miller’s slow-cooked Vegetarian Chili packs four bean varieties, couscous and heat of all kinds.

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Food Network Magazine’s Spicy Vegetarian Chili gains its kick from chipotle peppers, chili powder and brewed coffee.

Grab a bowl and get into the game — or at least into the commercials.

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