You do not want to miss this chili recipe. You know I am a sucker for one-to-one recipes, and that is precisely what this is. Some people like to use a crock pot for soups, but do yourself a favor and put your soups on the stove top. They are way more enjoyable that way, so let all of the flavors meld together before you eat it.
One of my favorite ways to eat this chili recipe is over white rice with sour cream and green onions. For instance, put a few radishes on top for a crunch (and really just beauty) and you’ve got the best soup ever.
I’ll also let you in on a secret. Grab a pre-made Rotisserie Chicken from your local Walmart or grocery store, because it will make all the difference. My mom would boil her chicken because she is the real deal – but for me and my house we will eat Rotisserie Chicken!
This chili recipe is also best served with sweet Jiffy Cornbread. Don’t try anything else, just don’t. do. it.
Around the holidays, it can be difficult to carve out time not only to make dinner, but just sit down and eat around the table. If you sacrifice anything to the hustle and bustle of the season… don’t sacrifice table top time. It is so important to stop, slow down, and appreciate the moments of the season. During this time, ask your family about their day, and maybe do an Advent Study (Check out the one I’m doing here on the blog), put down your devices, turn off the TV and spend time talking to your family. You will thank me later (for the meal and for the advice).Print
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