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Spicy Beef Chili
This recipe from Food Network Kitchens is light on the liquid ingredients, making every bowlful extra meaty. Perfect for parties and get-togethers, you can make this chili up to two days in advance.
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White Chicken Chili
A great alternative to tomato-based soups and stews, the Neelys' White Chicken Chili emphasizes Latin flavors using jalapenos, poblanos and chili powder. Top off your bowl with a dollop of sour cream, crushed tortilla chips and a lime wedge for a cool, bright finish.
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Tyler's Texas Chili
Tyler's Texas Chili is loaded with aromatic flavors, which he achieves by combining browned beef with garlic, chipotles, jalapenos, tomatoes, sugar, a cinnamon stick and Mexican chocolate. Spoon yourself a hearty bowlful topped with queso fresco, cilantro and lime.
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Beanless Beef Chili
Sandra uses chili seasoning, red pepper flakes and cinnamon to pack a flavor punch in this meaty chili. Top it off with her spiced sour cream.
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Mexican Chorizo & Turkey Chili
If you're looking for alternatives to chicken or beef chili, try Rachael's recipe. It calls for turkey as well as Mexican chorizo — a savory, piquant sausage made of ground pork and chile peppers.
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