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No Bean 30 Minute Chili

I love chili. I know it’s traditionally a cold weather dish but I don’t care if it’s 100 degrees outside. I’ll still crave it. My husband has never understood this.

When I first adopted a clean eating lifestyle I tried a lot of chili recipes. Unfortunately, because I was limiting my dairy and legumes, I was left dissatisfied with the options. Many were thin and full of veggies that just don’t belong in a classic chili. No thank you, zucchini. I’m not making vegetable soup here.

I’m a chili traditionalist. That’s a thing. I made it up but now it’s a thing. I want my chili to look, smell, and taste like chili. It’s that simple.

If that sounds like you too then you’re going to be really happy with this No Bean 30 Minute Chili.

Yes, you can really make it in 30 minutes! Of course if you want to cook it low and slow for 100 hours that’s on you. Me? I like to cook fast whenever possible.

Plus it freezes really well so feel free to double the recipe and save some in the freezer.

This yummy chili is thick. It’s hearty. It’s dark. It doesn’t have beans but you’re not going to notice. It’s a chili you’re going to want to make on a regular basis. I wouldn’t lie to you.

Now go make a batch.

Made this dish? If you share your finished dish on Instagram tag me so I can check it out!

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Ohhhh the beef stock is a nice touch! My mother always made chili that was heavy on the cumin and had kidney beans! I can’t help but follow in her footsteps with the cumin! Again–another whole 30 you’ve made appealing! ??

I have hated chili my entire life, but my 6 year old has spent the past few weeks begging me for chili dogs “with extra spice.” I made this last night, and it was awesome! Three of the four children approved, which almost never happens in this house! There were no leftovers. My son has dubbed it “Mom’s World Famous Chili,” but I suppose I should share the credit with you. ??

I’m with you! I love Chili any way — with beans or without.. with beef or chicken or turkey. This is a super recipe and looks so flavour-packed. These herb/spice ingredients pack a health punch too! Thanks!

Thank you for sharing this. My mom made this for years, but I couldn’t find the recipe. You wouldn’t believe how hard it is to find a simple, no bean chili recipe w/o extra stuff like balsamic, worcestire sauce, etc. Ugh. This is just what I wanted. It’s simplicity makes it so versatile – I use the leftovers as burrito / enchilada filling, nacho topping, for chili dogs. If u have folks that like beans u can always serve some on the side. For those who can’t tolerate beans, I use black eyed peas – their smoky flavor goes great w chili. Thanks again ??

I like my chili with just a bit more zip. I added more salt to my bowl and it was perfect. When I make it again I think I’ll double the salt AMT you recommend for this recipe. But it is definitely delicious! Thanks!

Tried this last night. Believe it or not, it’s very similar to a beef Stew recipe I make minus the tomato paste. My Stew uses roasted poblano peppers so I used that in place of the bell peppers. Best “no beans” chili recipe on the web! You rock Girl!!

Just won 3rd place at a chili cook off with this recipe. I added 1&1/2 cup diced celery & put it with cooked meat in the crockpot on high for 3 hrs. I don’t even like chili and I loved this one! I made both the turkey and a separate ground beef and preferred the ground beef, turkey was really good too! Thanks!

I’ve got this simmering on the stove right now and it smells amazing! I used your recipe but for the spices I used a secret blend from a friend of mine. I might also add beans to half for my SO. Is this chili supposed to be very liquidy? I might keep mine simmering for another hour to reduce the liquid.

Thanks for the outline. With some tweaks/substitutions–due to ingredient lackings– I made a pretty serviceable chili. And thanks for limiting the salt up front. Why on earth would we want the same thing we can get from Hormel out of a can! I put a heaping spoon of corn starch in some beef stock to thicken it up.

Yum!! I sautéed the garlic, then added the peppers, onions and mushrooms (my family loves mushrooms!) and the meat. Then put it in a crockpot to finish while the kids took their nap and voila! Dinner is ready! I love the beef stock touch!



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