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Using buffalo meat in chili reminds us that this is the quintessential food of the American West. For today's cook, buffalo is leaner than beef and provides a robust flavor that stands up well to the spices and chilies in this rustic chili. For variety, mix and match your favorite beans to enhance the appearance, or add another layer of flavor by substituting dark Mexican beer, such as Negra Modelo, for the beef stock.
This uniquely rich chili combines warm spices and chocolate — like a Mexican mole sauce with traditional vegetarian chili ingredients. Delicious with fresh corn-studded corn bread and maple butter and a crisp, light green salad. Serve garnished with sour cream and avocado slices, if desired. Veggie chilis cook much quicker than meat based ones. If you want to simmer this for a while, turn to low and add another cup of broth.
Chipotle chiles, which are simply smoked jalapeños, flavor this vegetarian chili. Serve bowls of the smoky stuff with squares of warm cornbread on the side to crumble on top. Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available in the Whole Foods Market Family of Brands.
This is good all-around beef chili, with just the right balance of spices and quick enough for a simple family dinner. If desired, lean ground turkey can be substituted for the beef. Serve in bowls topped with grated cheddar cheese and salsa fresca for a festive touch.
A Mexican-inspired chili with a seafood twist. This unusual combination of southwestern spices with seafood and butternut squash is as unique as it is delicious. You can expand on the unusual by substituting anasazi, adzuki or cranberry beans for the pinto beans. Use your choice of canned or cooked dry beans. Serve with a wedge of lime and, if desired, garnish with fresh, sliced jalapeño peppers.
From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook, this salmon is as impressive in presentation as it is delicious. Made with dried red chile peppers, the red chile paste imparts a deep burgundy color and a chocolate-like, mildly spicy flavor while the brown sugar creates a sweet, caramelized topping.
This layered one-pot dish can be assembled quickly and popped into the oven to bake while you're helping the kids with their homework (or finishing your own). This version is meatless, but there's nothing to stop you from sprinkling ground beef that has been seasoned and browned, between the layers, if you like. Serve with a spinach salad on the side for a complete meal.
The smoky and rich flavor of chipotle chiles gives this dip an unusual and complex taste. Serve with chips, raw vegetables or pita bread.
Big flavor from just a few simple ingredients. Grilling brings out the sweetness of bok choy, making it a terrific match for meaty swordfish steaks.
Dried red kidney beans are a great way to stretch your dollar. Plan ahead to allow soaking time for the dried beans. If you prefer to use canned beans, choose a no-salt-added variety. You'll need about 4 1/2 cups, or 3 (15-ounce) cans.
Bask in the big flavor of this new spin on classic, slow-cooked chili. Serve with grated cheese, diced avocado and tortilla chips.
This chili gets hearty flavor from beans, bell peppers and corn. Top it with your choice of classic garnishes, such as sour cream, shredded cheese, green onions, cilantro and lime wedges.
In a modern twist on a game-day classic, cauliflower turns into the surprisingly creamy base for this white bean and chicken chili with mild poblano peppers. Serve sprinkled with sliced green onions and shredded mild cheddar or monterey jack.
Quick, easy and delicious, this chili is perfect for a stress-free weeknight dinner. The corn adds a mildly sweet flavor to the spicy sauce. Add a can of pinto or kidney beans for extra nutrition. Lean ground turkey or beef may also be substituted for the chicken.
"Spatchcock" refers to the method of splitting a whole chicken down the middle, removing the backbone and skewering the meat for easy turning on the grill. Ask your butcher to do this for you, or carefully do it at home on a sturdy cutting board.
Make this simple, tasty recipe for dinner or for lunches throughout the week. Substitute black beans or pinto beans, if you like. Note that this recipe makes a small batch, so double it if you want leftovers.
Chili lime butter adds a delicious finishing touch to grilled corn on the cob. Perfect to accompany any barbecue gathering, large or small. The butter can be flavored one day ahead and then brought to room temperature before serving.
Here's an uncomplicated preparation for a delicious Asian green vegetable. Sweet chili sauce, garlic and ginger provide simple adornments for the tender bok choy leaves and stems. Serve with steamed rice for soaking up the sauce.
Secret Ingredient: Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice
Slices of this cheese-topped corn bread pie go great with steaming bowls of chili or hearty stews.