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Firehouse Chili is the type of Chili that is absolutely perfect for these cool Fall days! It's comfort food at it's best! Warm, spicy, filling, and leaves you happy! There is nothing better on a cold and blustery day than a big bowl of chili!
This hearty chili recipe is adapted by a recipe from Taste of Home. I had the opportunity to work with them on a sponsored post and I used their recipe to make this post.
If you are looking for a chili recipe that is thick, filling, and above all tastes great, then this is THE recipe for you!
Every home cook needs a stash of chili and soup recipes! My family loves having soup during the Winter so I am always trying new ones as well as serving up a few of our family favorites such as my Ultimate Crack White Chicken Chili, my Bacon Beer and Beef Chili, and my hearty Kielbasa Chili.
Why Should I Make This Recipe?
Besides the fact that it's delicious, you should try this recipe because it's:
Hearty - this is a very thick chili. It's a delicious stick to your ribs type of chili.
Easy to Make - this is a simple recipe with easy to find ingredients.
Hits the Spot - imagine serving up a nice hot bowl of goodness that is full of flavor on a cold and blustery Winter day.
Stewed tomatoes - you can also use diced or your own homemade canned tomatoes.
Cumin - I know this is a different ingredient for chili, but it really gives it a great flavor.
Oregano - This spice just isn't for Italian recipes.
Ground beef - any blend you love to use in your chili is fine.
The recipe author is Richard Clements, San Dimas, CA and this chili is in the Taste of Home 25th Anniversary Cookbook.
You will find the complete directions in the recipe card at the bottom of the post.
Shredded cheese, tomatoes, sour cream, jalapenos, crushed saltines, or crushed cornbread.
You can make Chili dogs, Chili Mac, Nachos (I do this a lot), Cincinnati Style over spaghetti noodles, and you can serve it on top of a baked potato!
Cornbread, Muffins, Peanut Butter Sandwiches (trust me on this, it works perfectly!) or a salad. Of course of dessert, there is nothing like a savory apple dessert as it pairs wonderfully with the soup!
How to Make The Best Award Winning Firehouse Chili Recipe
- 2 tbsp. canola oil
- 4 lbs lean ground beef
- 2 medium onions chopped
- 4 16 oz. kidney beans rinsed and drained
- 3 14 ½ oz. stewed tomatoes cut up
- 1 14 ½ oz. beef broth
- 3 tbsp. chili powder
- 2 tbsp. ground coriander
- 2 tbsp. ground cumin
- 4 garlic cloves minced
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano
- 1 green pepper diced
- In a large Dutch oven, heat canola oil over medium heat.
- Due to how many lbs of hamburger you will be using, brown the beef in batches so it all cooks evenly.
- Crumble the meat throughout cooking and cook until no longer pink and then drain.
- Add the ground beef back into the Dutch oven and add in the onions and green pepper and cook until they are tender.
- Stir in the remaining ingredients and bring to a boil.
- Reduce heat; simmer covered, until the flavors are blended for about 1 ½ hours.
- Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!
This post was sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Taste of Home on 9/24/2018.
We recently had the opportunity to check out "Special Delivery" which is a subscription box from Taste of Home. As a newlywed, I started depending on Taste of Home back in the 90s to help me discover new recipes and make dinner a little more exciting instead of serving up all of the same old same olds.
For me, Taste of Home cookbooks have always been a go to for me. The recipes are from home cooks like me and contains ingredients that are found easily at any grocery store and they are ingredients that fit the budget. That is why when I heard about their "Special Delivery" subscription box, I knew I had to learn more!
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What Type of Recipes Are Found in Taste of Home Cookbooks?
Can you remember the meals that your Grandma made? You know the type that were so delish and were simple with ingredients everyone could pronounce? The type of recipes that at get togethers people were asking for the recipe? The type of recipe that your Grandma would go home and write down on a 3 x 5 index card? These are those type of recipes! Like this amazingly delish recipe for Firehouse Chili!
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