Chili con carne

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Chili con carne or chilli con carne, meaning 'chili with meat', also known as simply chili or chilli, is a spicy stew containing chili peppers (sometimes in the form of chili powder), meat (usually beef), and often tomatoes and beans.wikipedia
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Cook-off

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Chili con carne is a frequent dish for cook-offs, and the dish is used as an ingredient in other dishes.
Cook-offs are very popular among competitors (such as restaurants) with very similar dishes, such as chili, and serves as a way to decide which recipe is the best for that particular dish.

Stew

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Chili con carne or chilli con carne, meaning 'chili with meat', also known as simply chili or chilli, is a spicy stew containing chili peppers (sometimes in the form of chili powder), meat (usually beef), and often tomatoes and beans.

Chili powder

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Chili con carne or chilli con carne, meaning 'chili with meat', also known as simply chili or chilli, is a spicy stew containing chili peppers (sometimes in the form of chili powder), meat (usually beef), and often tomatoes and beans.
A chili powder blend is the primary flavor in American chili con carne.

Texan cuisine

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The original dish originated in southern Texas with working-class Mexican women.
Texas is known for its own variation of chili con carne.

Tejano

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Unlike some other Texas foods, such as barbecued brisket, chili largely originated with working-class Tejana and Mexican women.
Chili con carne, crispy chalupas, chili con queso, enchiladas, and fajitas are all Tex-Mex specialties.

Cincinnati chili

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Cincinnati chili, a dish developed by Greek immigrants deriving from their own culinary traditions, arguably represents the most vibrant continuation of the chili parlor tradition, with dozens of restaurants offering this style throughout the Cincinnati area.
The name "Cincinnati chili" is often confusing to those unfamiliar with it, who expect the dish to be similar to chili con carne; as a result, it is common for those encountering it for the first time to conclude it is a poor example of chili.

Slinger (dish)

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It featured a chili-topped dish called a slinger: two cheeseburger patties, hash browns, and two eggs, and smothered in chili.
A slinger is an American Midwest diner specialty typically consisting of two eggs, hash browns, and a hamburger patty (or any other meat) all covered in chili con carne (with or without beans) and generously topped with cheese (cheddar or American) and onions.

Chili pepper

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Chili con carne or chilli con carne, meaning 'chili with meat', also known as simply chili or chilli, is a spicy stew containing chili peppers (sometimes in the form of chili powder), meat (usually beef), and often tomatoes and beans.

Kidney bean

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Small red or pink common beans are commonly used for chili, as are black-eyed peas, kidney beans, pinto beans, great northern beans, or navy beans.
Red kidney beans are commonly used in chili con carne and are an integral part of the cuisine in northern regions of India, where the beans are known as rajma and are used in a dish of the same name.

Pinto bean

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Small red or pink common beans are commonly used for chili, as are black-eyed peas, kidney beans, pinto beans, great northern beans, or navy beans.
It is popular in chili con carne, although kidney beans, black beans, and many others may be used in other locales.

Varallo's

Varallo's, the oldest restaurant in Tennessee, opened as a chili parlor in 1907, competing with other chili parlors that had opened in Nashville during the 1890s.
Other chili parlors opened in later years, but today only Varallo's Restaurant remains, although Vietti chili continues in production in cans.

New Mexican cuisine

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Chili verde ('green chili') is a moderately to extremely spicy New Mexican stew or sauce usually made from chunks of pork that have been slow-cooked in chicken broth, garlic, green tomatillos, and roasted green chilis.
When New Mexicans refer to chile they are talking about pungent pods, or sauce made from those pods, not the concoction of spices, meat or beans known as Texas chili con carne.

Wolf Brand Chili

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Rancher Lyman Davis near Corsicana, Texas, developed Wolf Brand Chili in 1895.
Wolf Brand Chili is a brand of chili con carne currently owned by ConAgra Foods.

Phaseolus vulgaris

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Small red or pink common beans are commonly used for chili, as are black-eyed peas, kidney beans, pinto beans, great northern beans, or navy beans. Beans, a staple of Tex-Mex cuisine, have been associated with chili as far back as the early 20th century.

Tex-Mex

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Beans, a staple of Tex-Mex cuisine, have been associated with chili as far back as the early 20th century.
According to restaurateur Claude Benayoun, business had been slow, but after the 1986 release of the film Betty Blue, which featured characters drinking tequila shots and eating chili con carne, "everything went crazy."

Textured vegetable protein

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To make the chili vegetarian, the cook leaves out the meat or replaces it with a meat analogue, such as textured vegetable protein or tofu, quinoa, or a starchy vegetable, such as potatoes.
Using TVP, one can make vegetarian or vegan versions of traditionally meat-based dishes, such as chili con carne, spaghetti bolognese, sloppy joes, tacos, burgers, or burritos.

Chili dog

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Chili dog is the generic name for a hot dog served in a bun and topped with some sort of meat sauce, such as chili con carne.

Chili mac

Chili mac is a dish prepared using chili and macaroni as primary ingredients, which is often topped or intermingled with cheese.

Texas

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Chili con carne is the official dish of the U.S. state of Texas as designated by the House Concurrent Resolution Number 18 of the 65th Texas Legislature during its regular session in 1977.

Chili burger

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It consists of a hamburger, with the patty topped with chili con carne.

Frito pie

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Frito pie is a dish popular in the Southern, Midwestern, and Southwestern United States, whose basic ingredients are chili, cheese, and corn chips (especially Fritos).

Cornbread

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The dish may be served with toppings or accompaniments; grated cheese, diced onions, and sour cream are common toppings, as are saltine crackers, tortilla chips or corn chips, cornbread, rolled-up corn or flour tortillas, and pork tamales.
In some parts of the South it is crumbled into a glass of cold milk or buttermilk and eaten with a spoon, and it is also widely eaten with barbecue and chili con carne.

Hormel

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Both the Gebhardt and Wolf brands are now owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc. Another major maker of canned chili, Hormel, sells chili available with or without beans, made with turkey or in vegetarian varieties, under their own name and other brands like Stagg.
Hormel Chili and Spam were introduced in 1936 and 1937 respectively.

Saltine cracker

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The dish may be served with toppings or accompaniments; grated cheese, diced onions, and sour cream are common toppings, as are saltine crackers, tortilla chips or corn chips, cornbread, rolled-up corn or flour tortillas, and pork tamales.
They may also be dipped or crumbled in soups, chilis, stews, and eaten with, or crumbled into salads.

Corn chip

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The dish may be served with toppings or accompaniments; grated cheese, diced onions, and sour cream are common toppings, as are saltine crackers, tortilla chips or corn chips, cornbread, rolled-up corn or flour tortillas, and pork tamales.
In the Southwestern US, a popular dish, Frito pie, is made with corn chips and chili.