I love chili pie and sorry Texans, I added beans. If you love a big bowl of red then go to my Chili Con Carne recipe without beans.
Big Goo does not like beans in his chili so let’s just say, he’s going to have to pick them out. Hey, a girls gotta cook what she loves and I love beans.
This is some good chili. I am still on my Superbowl food kick, and this has just made the list. It’s not too spicy, it has a good balance of meat to juice ratio. I love it and hopefully you will love it also.
I roast all my vegetables in this dish from the garlic to the onion. This is the secret, because I am using all fresh vegetables it’s important to bring out the flavors that only roasting can accomplish.
Don’t forget to seed and skin the poblano and Anaheim chili peppers.
I also add my spice blend in batches because I want to build the flavor profile. You can eat this chili with corn chips or crackers it’s really up to you.
Sometimes I cook me a baked potato and top it with this chili and it is fantastic.
It is confirmed, this is a Superbowl must make and I guarantee that it will please your football fans as well.
Big Bowl Chili
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 20 minutes
1 lb. chicken breast, diced 1/2″