Few dishes are more comforting—or more versatile—than chili. Over the years, we've created chili recipes for every taste, including beef chili, chicken chili, turkey chili, and vegetarian chili. Here we share with you what we've learned—and what you'll need to know—in order to prepare one of our flavorful, filling chili recipes.
Controlling Chile Pepper Heat
To tame the heat in a chile pepper, you’ll need to do a little trimming.
Most of the heat in a chile pepper resides in the ribs and seeds. To temper that heat, just cut it open, pull out and discard the core and seeds, and cut away and discard the ribs. For maximum burn, leave the seeds and ribs intact. When working with hot peppers, it's a good idea to wear rubber gloves and to wash your knife and cutting board as soon as you're done.
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