The BEST Instant Pot Chili – Dump and Go Recipe – Perfect for Beginners

The BEST Instant Pot Chili – Dump and Go Recipe – Perfect for Beginners
Our Mom’s Chili is the perfect fall soup recipe. We would have it for dinner every single Halloween and it’s a tradition we’ve kept with our own families. You can …


  1. I love you! I don’t mean that in a creepy kinda way. I just made your mom’s recipe minus the sugar and ketchup but with additional spices. I can officially make chili in an IP successfully. Thank you!!!!

  2. Looks great 👍
    I use baguettes 🥖 and Cheese 🧀
    Using a Nutri-pot. Functions are a bit different but I think 🤔 I can figure it out.
    Thanks again

  3. Just got an IP… ive always been attracted to stews or just throwing everything in a bowl and letting everything marry together whilst cooking.

    Makes life simple

  4. Ok 1st how are there 144 dislikes are these people made of stone. The Halloween pics of the kids alone were so cute, and thats coming from a single guy who does not want kids, any way love this vid its a place for me to start and tweek the recipe to make it "my own"

  5. Although it can be a bit pricey the Instant Pot is a fabulous appliance to have when cooking in a reduced sized kitchen or dorm. Also it is great for students, athletes, and working people who need to start a meal early in the day and don't have time to tend to it or cook during the day. Meal prep-wise as a collegiate athlete, the Instant Pot has made a world of difference in meal prep- I've used it to make Bolognese/spaghetti squash from scratch, chili, pulled pork for tacos, turkey stock, roasted pork tenderloin, and many soups which is a lifesaver in the busy winter/competition season.It's worth noting that there's a genuine learning curve to the Instant Pot and it is advised to follow recipes for the first time you use it.Additionally, the size is perfect for dorm storage and makes enough to feed a small family, a few roommates, or a single person for ~4 meals on most dishes.

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