Texas Red Chili

Winter has once again gone into hibernation here in Southern California. It happens every year, and every year I complain about it. To offset the lack of it, I indulge in stuff like this hearty Texas Red Chili that gives me that cozy feeling that it’s sweater weather outside. Texas Red Chili via Bakers Royale

But you know faking it never hurt, right?

That’s a loaded question, so we’ll leave that one alone and talk food, specifically this Texas Red Chili. It’s easy to make and it’s one of those dishes that’s always a crowd pleaser—so get on your Superbowl food planning and see how you can fit this in your plans. Trust me you won’t be sorry! Hit the jump here to Better Homes and Garden’s Delish Dish for the recipe.

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  1. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonLiz+@+Floating+Kitchen says

    You can have some of my winter. Only 10 degrees here this morning! Eeeek! I need a bathtub full of this chili to counter act those temps!

  2. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonShashi+@+runninsrilankan says

    Congrats on being one of Better Homes and Garden’s bloggers – this chili looks mouthwatering – think I could eat it in 90 degree temps – btw, love your use of Dr Pepper in it!

  3. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonPool Party in Gurgaon says

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  4. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonEmilie @ The Clever Carrot says

    Ooo yum. See, this is family kind of food. Something everyone will love! Bring on the margaritas!

  5. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonAlida @ Simply Delicious says

    This looks to die for, N! It is beyond hot here in South Africa at the moment but I could totally smash a bowl of your chilli. In.My.Face!

  6. Avatar for Naomi RobinsonChris+@+Shared+Appetite says

    Loving this photo Naomi! And chili… totally my wife and I’s go to meal throughout the winter!!! We love making a big batch and freezing portions for easy weeknight meals :)