I can’t believe it’s fall already. I’m still stuck in mid-summer, but the weather is cool, the heat is on, and the leaves are starting to turn. It’s officially chili weather. Joe likes to serve chili in acorn squash bowls or over rice. I like to eat it out of a plain old bowl. We agree on one thing, though, and that’s that chili is perfect for crisp fall and winter days. This particular chili recipe couldn’t be easier to put together. It simmers for an hour, but the prep is really quick. The finished chili is good, flavorful but not at all spicy, thanks to the addition of Holland House red cooking wine.
Serving Easy Black Bean Chili
We mixed our chili with rice and served it with cheddar cheese and Greek yogurt, but that’s not the only serving option! I think this chili would be great in a crockpot for a party or tailgate. You could use this chili as a topping for hot dogs or burgers. You could also cube half of a block of Velveeta’s pepperjack cheese, stir it in, microwave it, and mix up a cheesy dip for veggies or tortilla chips. I’d keep that one in the slow cooker, too, to keep it warm and melty.
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Holland House cooking wines are made for cooking, so they have the perfect balance of flavor and aroma, with salt added to make it shelf stable. Like Nakano vinegars, Holland House cooking wines are naturally gluten-free. If you’ve never brined meats, the process is similar to marinating (in which you tenderize meats with acidic ingredients), but brining makes meat juicier and more flavorful. You can read more about brining with Holland House cooking wines here. You can connect withÃ‚ Holland HouseÃ‚ on Facebook for more great recipes.
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