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Beef Chili

Get your taste buds tingling with these recipes for beef chili, including chili con carne, steak chili, ground beef chili, taco chili, spicy chili, Tex-Mex chili and more.

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Chunky Beef Chili

Chunky Beef Chili

Chunky Beef Chili

Meet the Cook: When I first tasted this chili that originated with my brother, I couldn't wait to share it. It's the best I've ever had. My husband and our son, 2, like it, too. -Vicki Flowers, Knoxville, Tennessee

Green Bean Chili

Green Bean Chili

Green Bean Chili

When folks hear this recipe's name, they're certainly skeptical. But after one taste, they're asking for the recipe! This chili is especially nice for those who don't care for kidney beans found in most recipes. - Barbara Scott, Midland, Texas

Southwestern Three-Meat Chili

Southwestern Three-Meat Chili

Southwestern Three-Meat Chili

When Mom came to live with me several years ago, I told her it was now my turn to cook. One goal was to enhance recipes of the great Southwest, so I experimented and test-tried several recipes. This is one of the successful attempts, and served with a fresh green salad, it has delighted many guests. —Bob Wyatt Kansas City, Missouri
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Zippy Three-Bean Chili

Zippy Three-Bean Chili

Zippy Three-Bean Chili

Agnes Hamilton of Scott Depot, West Virginia uses convenient canned pinto, black and great northern beans to speed up preparation of her hearty chili. The one-dish meal has a stew-like consistency and a peppy Tex-Mex flavor.

Vegetable Beef Chili

Vegetable Beef Chili

Vegetable Beef Chili

Marlene Muckenhirn's chili is big on fresh tomato taste. Says the Delano, Minnesota cook, "This recipe works well in a slow cooker."

Sweet Surprise Chili

Sweet Surprise Chili

Sweet Surprise Chili

I’ve won three chili cook-offs with this recipe. Everyone loves it, and they’re always amazed when I reveal the secret ingredient!

Zesty Colorado Chili

Zesty Colorado Chili

Zesty Colorado Chili

Chili is a hearty winter staple up here in the mountains—especially for outdoor lovers like the two of us! —Beverly Bowman, Conifer, Colorado

Beef and Bean Chili

Beef and Bean Chili

Beef and Bean Chili

This tangy chili from Linda Charlier of East Cleveland, Ohio, is chock-full of beef, beans and rich tomato flavor. Linda suggests serving it over cooked brown rice, a baked potato or with a crusty loaf of warm bread. “If there are any leftovers, it freezes well and also makes yummy omelets or filling for homemade burritos,” she adds.

Chili in a Bread Bowl

Chili in a Bread Bowl

Chili in a Bread Bowl

For a simple, speedy recipe, this chili has the rich flavor of one that has simmered a lot longer. Set on the table in the unique heart-shaped bread bowl, it's an especially "hearty" main dish. —Kay Curtis, Guthrie, Oklahoma

Sally's West Coast Chili

Sally's West Coast Chili

Sally's West Coast Chili

We often have chili cook-offs at our church, so we trade lots of different recipes. I was always mixing and matching ingredients and experimenting, trying to come up with an original recipe that would be a little different. That's how I developed this one, and I never fail to get compliments on it! —Sally Grisham, Murray, Kentucky

Spicy Cowboy Chili

Spicy Cowboy Chili

Spicy Cowboy Chili

Toasting the peppers for this chili releases their earthy flavors – but do wear gloves when handling dried peppers and seeds. — Rachel Sprinkel, Hilo, Hawaii
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