1 easy, Warm and comforting Whisky chili with beans – perfect for a winter night!
Whisky Chili with Beans! I actually prefer chili without beans. Most of my chili recipes are more involved and I wanted my first chili on this site to be simple. It is simple but has a wonderful flavor. This whisky chili is on the meaty, hearty side. I used whisky for flavor, because usually I smoke my meats. I also used smoked ancho peppers I make myself. You can use any smoky pepper you can find. This will most likely be Chipotle but I like ancho better. Ancho is a dried Poblano pepper. This whisky chili is something you make quickly. I usually freeze half and save for later. I prefer to eat chili with cornbread. I have a great rustic cornbread recipe that I will post very soon.
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- 1 easy, Warm and comforting Whisky chili with beans – perfect for a winter night!
- We Would love to hear from you
- Which Whisky to Use?
- Bean or no Beans?
- What is the history of chili?
- Ingredient of the Day-whisky
- Whisky Chili
- SUBMIT YOUR OWN RECIPE
- Joke of the Day!
Which Whisky to Use?
When deciding which whisky to use in your whisky chili it really depends on what you have. I usually have a whisky that cook with. Pick a whisky with a flavor you like, because it will be present in the dish.
I am not really a whisky connoisseur, so it would be great if anyone has whisky options we can post on the page. Let us know below, and I can add them to the post.
Joke of the Day!
“Why do leprechauns hate running? They’d rather jig than jog.”
Bean or no Beans?
Arguments for including beans in chili include:
- Beans are a great source of protein and fiber, making chili a more well-rounded and nutritious meal.
- Beans can help to thicken the chili, giving it a more substantial and satisfying texture.
- Beans can add a subtle earthy or nutty flavor to chili.
- You are a fan of beans in chili.
Arguments for not including beans in chili include:
- Some people prefer the taste and texture of chili without beans.
- Chili con carne (chili with meat) is a traditional dish, and some people believe that beans do not belong in chili.
- Beans can change the texture of the chili, and some people like to keep the chili broth simple and uncluttered.
- You believe beans do not belong in chili.
Ultimately, the decision to include or exclude beans in chili is a matter of personal preference. And one can always add beans as per their desire. I usually make chili without beans, so it is odd my first chili recipe has beans.
What is the history of chili?
Chili, also known as chili con carne, is a dish that has a long and complex history. The origin of chili can be traced back to the early Spanish and Mexican settlers in the southwestern United States, specifically in the state of Texas. These settlers would make a dish called “chili con carne”, which translates to “chili with meat”. This dish was made by combining chile peppers with beef, and often beans, as well as other ingredients such as tomatoes, onions, and spices.
As the dish spread throughout the United States, it evolved and adapted to local tastes and ingredients. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, chili became a popular dish in the American Southwest and its popularity continued to spread. Today, chili is considered a staple dish in American cuisine and is enjoyed in many different variations around the world. It is also a traditional food in Tex-Mex cuisine.
Ingredient of the Day-whisky
Whisky (or whiskey) is an alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. Different grains are used for different varieties, including barley, malted barley, rye, malted rye, wheat, and corn. Whisky is aged in wooden casks, typically made of charred white oak, and the aging process contributes to the color and flavor of the final product. There are many different types of whisky, including Scotch, Irish, Canadian, bourbon, and Japanese. Each type has its own unique characteristics and production methods. What is your favorite whisky to cook with?