Good ole’ comfort food at its best! My husband took over the Ninja Foodi again. I think he really digs the new Ninja Foodi. He is excited to try the dehydrator and make some beef jerky next. Today I am sharing my husband’s chipotle chili made in the Ninja Foodi.

Chili Cook-off Winner

I have no doubt if this Chili was in a cook-off, Mike would win. In fact, one year he did win a chili cook-off, but that was for a curry chili he made. Mike likes to change up his chili recipes every time he makes it so no two pots of chili are ever the same. You can check out his Brisket Chili, and my White Bean Chicken Chili.

 

I made the cornbread in the Ninja Foodi before he started the Chili and you can find my cornbread in the Ninja Foodi recipes right there. You can change it up to your liking. I have made cornbread with Rotel as well.

Ingredients

Mike likes his chili nice and hearty and thick and it was really tasty. For this recipe you will need 1 lb. sirloin, 1 lb. of boneless pork chops, hominy (in canned good section) tomato paste, onion, can of crushed tomatoes, or whole tomatoes are fine too. He likes using San Marzano brand and Chili seasoning mix, here was his magic secret to the recipe, Six Gun Chipotle chili mixin’s, found in the section where the mixes and gravy packs are. (If you can find this one, you may substitute with 1 chipotle pepper in adobo sauce, chopped, and a regular chili seasoning.) No guesswork and all the amazing flavors and spices are all in the pack.

 

 

You may or may not have heard of Hominy. Hominy is made from kernels of corn. It can be made with either white or yellow corn. Specifically, hominy is made from maize, which is a type of corn is used in making corn meal, corn flakes, and other grain products. Hominy is the essential ingredient in such staples as grits and corn tortillas and has been popular for generations, both in Southern and Latin American recipes.

Hominy in chili is fantastic and quite different. It doesn’t get mushy and keeps its shape, has a nice texture all while bringing an unusually delicious taste to your soups and chili. Be the next Chili cook-off winner and don’t forget to let us know! I hope you enjoy it.

 Chipotle Chili made in the Ninja Foodi

Chipotle chili in the Ninja Foodi

Debbie
Course Main Course
Cuisine American

Ingredients
  

  • 1 lb. Sirloin Steak Cubed
  • 1 lb, boneless pork chop cubed
  • 2 28 oz, can crushed or whole tomatoes in a can
  • 3 oz. tomato paste
  • 1 yellow onion diced
  • 1 pack Chipotle Chili mix
  • 1 can Hominy

Instructions
 

  • Lightly drizzle bottom of Pressure Cooker with Olive Oil.
  • Hit saute mode on medium and saute cubed meat and chopped onion to a light brown. Remove from the pot and stir constantly to help prevent sticking
  • Add two cans of crushed tomato, seasoning pack, one can of water, tomato paste. Bring to a fast simmer for 5 minutes. Add meat, onion, can of Hominy.
  • Put Pressure Cooking lid on. Set on High Pressure, Seal, and set for 20 minutes. Let natural release. Enjoy!

Optional

  • Top with shredded Mexican cheese, and don't forget your cornbread on the side.

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