You’ll love this Clean Keto Chili recipe because it has so much flavor and dimension, but is yet so easy to make!
It’s a cold Sunday in February, and a perfect day for Clean Keto Chili.
I’m sitting at my kitchen table, admiring my clean kitchen for as long as I can because soon it will be time to get my girls and it won’t be clean anymore.
Since this past Wednesday, my parents were taking care of my girls as a birthday present for me. Boy, were these last few days nice. I slept in until about nine every day ( I know, so late, right?) got to work out when I wanted to, and had time to work in peace.
Last night I cleaned the kitchen until it was spotless because my friend was coming over to take some cooking pictures of me for my E-book launch. As much as I am transparent about how messy my kitchen is, I don’t think it’s good for a marketing strategy.
“Hey, buy my E-book, so your kitchen will look as messy as mine from all the cooking.” Although, the mess has to do mainly with having two small children and not so much all of the cooking.
Now, back to the keto chili recipe. Last year, “Keto Chili” was one of the most searched words on Google.
I may have missed that train because I started this blog this past October of 2018. However, it’s cold here in Ohio, and it’s the perfect time to share this fantastic Clean Keto Chili recipe.
Chili is a right of passage for the winter; you can’t go through a winter without having chili.
Also, it’s perfect for game nights or when you are too lazy to cook because there is nothing easier than browning meat and throwing a bunch of ingredients into the dutch oven, or a slow cooker and letting the magic happen.
If you have been reading this blog for a bit, you know how much I love Slow Cooker meals. Easy, peasy lemon squeezy. If you like them too, check out my Chicken Enchilada Soup and Zuppa Toscana recipes.
So, what makes this keto Chili recipe different from the 1 million other chili recipes out there?
Well, for starters, I like to use two different types of meat. Ground beef and Angus, cut into small cubes. You don’t have to do that, but I prefer the different textures and tastes.
Second, I use chipotle in adobo sauce in my chili to give it a smoky, bold flavor that pairs so well with the richness of the meat.
Third, I’ll add some larger. Now, don’t freak out if your Keto because I’m telling you to put beer in your Keto Chili. The beer cooks off anyway, and you can only use half of the bottle if you want or omit it altogether.
The result will still be fantastic. This low carb chili is on the thicker side so if you like chili thinner, add more broth.
Also, it is so much better the next day so if you can wait, let it sit overnight. If you can’t I completely understand because it will make your house smell so good.
More Clean Keto recipes to try:
- Clean Keto Beef Stew
- Keto Beer Can Chicken
- The Best Easy Clean Keto Lunch Recipes
- Easy, Dairy-Free Keto Soup Recipes To Keep You Warm