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Simple Chili Recipes

Find simple chili recipes from our Simple and Delicious Magazine. Get easy to make, simple chili recipes featured in our publication.

Margie's Chili

Margie's Chili

Margie's Chili

I simply spice up canned tomato soup to create a flavorful chili.—Margaret Ganzel, Mankato, Minnesota

Cheesy Chili

Cheesy Chili

Cheesy Chili

"My six grandchildren enjoy feasting on big bowls of this zesty chili," reports Codie Ray of Tallulah, Louisiana. "It's so creamy and tasty you can even serve it as a dip at parties."

Cold Day Chili

Cold Day Chili

Cold Day Chili

"I like to make chili from beans I've soaked overnight, but this speedier version tastes just as good on a frosty winter day," assure Lucile Proctor of Panguitch, Utah. At 90 cents a serving, the mildly sweet mixture of beef and beans is economical, too.
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Quick Chunky Chili

Quick Chunky Chili

Quick Chunky Chili

Heidee's meat mixture is the starting point for this nice hearty chili that cooks up in a jiffy. "Choose different salsa if you like your chili milder or hotter," Heidee recommends.

Zippy White Chili

Zippy White Chili

Zippy White Chili

"This chunky chicken chili doesn't require any fancy preparation or exotic ingredients," notes Jenny Schmidtbauer of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. "I like to serve the zesty mixture over crunchy tortilla chips," she adds.

Weekday Chili

Weekday Chili

Weekday Chili

It's so convenient to pull a batch of the meat out of the freezer to make this hearty chili. Chili powder and red pepper flakes are the easy seasonings that give it zippy flavor.

White Chili with Chicken

White Chili with Chicken

White Chili with Chicken

Folks who enjoy a change from traditional tomato-based chilies will enjoy this version from Christy Campos of Richmond, Virginia. The flavorful blend has tender chunks of chicken, white beans and just enough zip.

Sausage Corn Chili

Sausage Corn Chili

Sausage Corn Chili

Nicely spiced Italian sausage and crunchy corn distinguish this thick chili from usual offerings. "My daughter won a national contest with this zesty recipe," reports Rhea Lease of Colman, South Dakota.

Ham and Bean Chili

Ham and Bean Chili

Ham and Bean Chili

Leftover ham gets an unusual treatment from Carol Forcum of Marion, Illinois in this creative chili blend that features three kinds of convenient canned beans. "I sometimes serve it in bowls over rice or corn bread and garnish it with cheese," she notes.

Wagon Wheel Chili

Wagon Wheel Chili

Wagon Wheel Chili

Youngsters are sure to love the fun shape of the wagon wheel pasta in this zippy chili from Lora Scroggins of El Dorado, Arkansas. It's easy to whip up with canned chili and tomato sauce, so it's great for a hot lunch or quick dinner.

Heartwarming Beef & Pork Chili

Heartwarming Beef & Pork Chili

Heartwarming Beef & Pork Chili

Loaded with both beef and pork, this chili is extra meaty. I keep it mild so it's easy on sensitive stomachs and for children who can't handle hot spices.—Christine Panzarella, Buena Park, California
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