The Big Game! 1 Time for Chili. Or, in my case, Chilies – I make at least two different pots for our Super Bowl party. One chili is always a big pot of Texas Red. The other chili is where I add the beans; usually ground turkey and beans, so the guests can think they’re eating healthy. 2
So, to give you a few options for your Super Bowl chili 3, here are my five favorite pressure cooker chilies. 4
Top 5 Pressure Cooker Chilies (for the Super Bowl)
|Pressure Cooker Texas Red Chili|
A bowl of Texas Red – big chunks of meat in a chili sauce. This is the recipe that gets me invited back to potlucks. Of course, here in Ohio, everyone says “where are the beans?” Which brings me to my next recipe…
|Pressure Cooker Pork Chili with Beans|
A takeoff on Texas Red, using big chunks of pork instead of beans. And, that most controversial of Chili ingredients – beans (don’t tell the Texans). 5
|Pressure Cooker Ground Beef and Bean Chili|
This is the chili of my youth. Ground beef and beans in a tomatoey sauce. Unlike the chili of my youth, I add enough chili powder so you can actually tell it’s there.
|Pressure Cooker Pumpkin Chili|
When I need to throw a bone to the vegetarians 6, this is the chili I go with. Pumpkin makes it more interesting than the usual all bean vegetarian chili. (Not that there’s anything wrong with all bean chili.)
|Pressure Cooker Frito Pie|
Another Texas standard, Fritos smothered with chili, and topped with cheese and onions. My kids’ favorite, especially when I do it “walking taco” style in single serving bags of Fritos – the bags act as the bowl.
What do you think?
Questions? Other favorite chili recipes? Leave them in the comments section below.
Enjoyed this post? Want to help out DadCooksDinner? Subscribe to DadCooksDinner via eMail or RSS reader, recommend DadCooksDinner to your friends, and buy something from Amazon.com through the links on this site. Thank you.