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April 16, 2013

Chocolate stout chili, from Use Real Butter

Chocolate stout chili, from Use Real Butter (on Soup Chick).

Like Jen at Use Real Butter, I've never tasted chocolate stout, but when I first saw her recipe for chocolate stout chili, I thought molé plus chili, and I'm sure I would love that. Ask for chocolate stout at your local liquor store, or use any dark stout (and, maybe, toss a small square of dark chocolate or some unsweetened cocoa powder into the chili pot?). Here in Rhode Island, it's still chilly enough for chili, no matter that the calendar calls it Spring. I'm going to look for a bottle of chocolate stout and give this recipe a try.

Get the recipe for chocolate stout chili on Use Real Butter.

More on Soup Chick:
Turkey mole chili, from The Perfect Pantry
Portobello vegetarian chili of the gods, from Shockingly Delicious
Good and healthy chili, from Just One Donna!


Posted by: Kalyn | April 16, 2013 at 04:11 PM

I've never had stout of any kind, but I bet this is good!

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