Slow Cooker Red and Green Chili

12 Reviews / 4.6 Average
When you are entertaining guests or have a hectic evening, your slow cooker is the only thing between you and a real food meal like this slow cooker chili with green bell peppers. Pair this with some homemade cornbread on a cool night for the perfect dinner.
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I have clearly been on a slow cooker recipe kick lately! I just love those evenings when dinner is done (and even cleaned up minus the plates – or bowls in this case!). This Dutch Oven Chili is just as easy too!

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  1. 4 stars
    Really great flavor. Recipe made A LOT OF CHILI! So much that our family of 4 couldn’t finish leftovers. Next time I’ll halve the recipe. Going to try with leftover tritip tonight.

  2. 5 stars
    Gave this recipe a five star rating because I never make chilli so I used this recipe for a chilli cook off that I was invited to with some church friends. Who knew, you had the best chilli in town. My chilli won and the crock pot was dry as a bone when I went to get the leftovers. Thanks for the easy recipe.

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

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  3. Could you make this with beef or lamb stew meat, sear and then slow cook a little longer? I mean I know you *can* just curious if it would hold up, require some ingredient modifications, etc.

    1. Amy Taylor (comment moderator)

      HI Michael. I think this is a very flexible recipe and lends itself well to experimentation. Let us know what you come up with. :)

    1. I make this chili several times a year, and typically use 90% lean ground beef and don’t need to drain the fat. I have also used 80% leam ground beef and that was a bit too oily / fatty for my taste.