Best 5 Chili Recipes for Fall

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Photo by: Matt Armendariz ©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

Matt Armendariz, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.

The ultimate fall comfort food, chili is simple and inviting fill-you-up fare. Whether you want to serve a bowl at your next tailgate, as a simple weeknight supper or for lunch on a lazy Saturday, check out our top five chili recipes below to find the best of what beans, veggies and spices can make.

5. Vegetarian Chili — Emeril serves his spicy chili over rice and tops each bowl with sour cream and smooth avocado.

4. Pat's Famous Beef and Pork Chili — This Neely classic calls for a cup of beer and both black and kidney beans.

3. Guy's Dragon's Breath Chili — Re-create Guy's game-day dish (pictured above) by spooning his meaty chili atop piping-hot French fries.

2. Giada's White Bean and Chicken Chili — This Italian-inspired bowl is made with oregano, fennel and creamy Parmesan cheese.

1. Ina's Chicken Chili — Ina's lean, mean chili recipe uses low-fat chicken breasts and fresh bell peppers.

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