Skyline Chili — "For those of us who
live in Cincinnati, Ohio and eat this seemingly peculiar concoction regularly,
the recipe below IS Cincinnati Chili (translate that Skyline, Gold Star or
Empress Chili). There are no crushed tomatoes or chili powder in it and the
ground beef is not pre-browned. The Worcestershire sauce, cider vinegar (not
white), cloves, cumin, chocolate and cayenne pepper are all essential to the
recipe as are the amounts of onion and garlic.
Tomato Soup Chili — This was originally submitted to us as a clone for "Frisch's Big Boy" Chili, but we were advised that it tasted nothing like that particular chili, although it is good. We renamed it and removed it from the Restaurant Recipes section.
Tortilla Chicken Chili
— The addition of tortilla chips gives this chicken chili a traditional cornmeal flavor that is almost like eating a chicken enchilada. It's not only easy to make but it's ready in less than 30 minutes!
Vegetable and Bean Chili
— Finding lactose-free meals that are actually tasty and satisfying can be challenging. However, our vegetable and bean chili is entirely lactose-free, featuring a delicious
assortment of veggies, spices and Cabot Sharp Cheddar Cheese.
Vegetarian Chili — This spicy chili will warm you on a chilly (no pun intended) evening, and is also very healthful. You can eat it as a thick soup or serve it over cooked spaghetti, as a sort of sauce.