Sweet and tangy or super-spicy, a warm bowl of chili can perk up any meal. Chili’s versatility makes it a great side for a variety of dishes, and you can season it based on what appeals most to your taste buds.
For a meal that’s famous enough to have its own national day, it’s surprisingly simple to prepare. If you fear bland, watery or just plain lackluster chili, all you need are a few tasty ingredients and some tips on how to put them all together. Follow this sensational chili recipe for a meal that's sure to please.
Select a medium-sized yellow onion to create savory flavor and rich texture in your chili. Peel the onion and dice it with a sharp chef’s knife. Then, heat a small amount of olive oil in a large pot and add in the diced onion. Cook the onion on medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, until the onion softens and begins to brown.
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