Cosy up to a warm bowl of chilli for an easy, family friendly supper. We've vegetarian chilli, chilli con carne, slow cooker chilli and more.
This main dish has a rich, smoky flavour and tastes great with lemon-scented rice. This dish makes up one part of of a Tex-Mex vegetarian buffet and is ideal for serving alongside green rice, salsa cruda, stir-fried vegetables, rich roast onions, and coriander and cabbage slaw (all of which can be found on this site).
A Veggie bean chilli that I serve with rice and soured cream, but it's also great in a taco with grated cheese, guacamole, etc.
Black bean chilli over rice, with tortillas. Some chopped Cheddar cheese on the table is also nice to put in the wraps, as it melts from the heat of the chilli and adds a great flavour! Don't forget the tequila too!
This heart-warming soup is perfect for a chilly evening. It's packed full of vegetables and mixed pulses, making it an excellent source of fibre. Enjoy it with some crusty French bread to mop up the delicious liquid.
These Cheese and Chilli Flapjacks are great to nibble on at a sunny picnic. You can adjust the Chilli to suit your tastes, leave it out for the kids or replace with another ingredient of your choice. I know what your thinking though. A savoury Flapjack? Are you crazy? But trust me, these are so quick, easy and delicious, one bite and you'll be totally converted. x
This is a great recipe I got from my mum. If you don't like chilli, skip that step or do both. My guy likes chilli but I don't, so I take some out for pasta sauce before adding the chilli powder and beans.
This is a very blokey recipe that is so easy to prepare, even I can do it! The dish is unusual in that it benefits from the fat that cheap minced beef contains.
This chilli is easy to throw together using fresh ingredients. Eat as is with some crusty bread, or use it to top a jacket potato. I like it with grated Cheddar on top.
Recipe given by a family friend
A simple, chilli con carne that will feed the family.
I started putting chilli onto my hot dogs to liven them up a bit instead of just fried onion and it tastes lovely. They are also budget friendly too, the ingredients can be bought for under a fiver. Great for families!
A very easy beef chilli recipe that uses baked beans instead of kidney beans.
A variation on the classic chilli con carne, turning it into a tasty soup.
I've tweaked this recipe over the years and I think it's just about right now. My Mother in Law said it was lovely and she's quite hard to please food-wise!
This was my mother's recipe. This chilli has the addition of chocolate. You won't taste the chocolate, but it will add a special dimension to the dish. Since it's made in a slow-cooker, it's fully transportable.
Top quality steaks are seared with just enough spice to tantalise the tastebuds. Guests will love the paprika new potatoes, too.
This is an amazing chilli, for which I've won several prizes. It may have some surprising ingredients, but don't be put off - it is absolutely delicious. This makes a large quantity of chilli, but does freeze well. Try it. You will not be disappointed!
A deliciously different chilli recipe. Minced turkey is simmered with butternut squash, green chillies, tomatoes, kidney beans, sweetcorn and passata. Enjoy with potatoes, rice, corn bread or tortilla chips.
I often make a pan of chilli con carne, especially when it's cold out. You can of course refine the chlili according to your own tastes or use other spices. I serve usually only with bread and a mixed salad, though you can serve over white rice or a jacket potato.
This is a hearty and flavourful chilli con carne recipe with black beans, mince, chorizo, bacon and lovely spices. Serve with rice. You can use tinned beans to save on time, and you can also use kidney beans if desired.