Cheesy chili from Nigella Kitchen: Recipes from the Heart of the Home (page 31) by Nigella Lawson

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  • Beth891 on February 13, 2024

    Pretty tasty! Made almost as recipe but added a little more cocoa, some tomato puree and finely diced sun-dried tomatoes, and a TSP of marmite. Skipped the mozzarella and instead served it with rice and grated cheese, guacamole and yoghurt on the side. Not my favourite chilli recipe (I love Heston's) but it's much quicker and had a lot of flavour. As written it wasn't spicy (we used a milder chorizo) but that was perfect for us as our 3 year old loved it and we could spice it up at the table.

  • Futuregirl23 on November 18, 2022

    I subbed some of the mince with green tinned lentils which I added near the end (didn’t have enough mince) and it worked perfectly. Really lovely. Only went 4 ways in my house, not 6!

  • pistachiopeas on April 01, 2017

    Easy and delicious. The Spanish chorizo added a lot. Leftovers froze well (without the mozzarella). Served with tortilla chips.

  • No1Alicat on November 16, 2015

    Added mushrooms - can't have chilli without. Very tasty.

  • ithyt on October 19, 2015

    5.13 Yummy - def repeat.

  • okcook on March 25, 2013

    Easy is right. Made mine with Rick Bayless' home made chorizo. Added a couple of halves of habenaros while it simmered to add a nice floral note.

  • ozmcp on March 03, 2011

    Everyone loved this. Very easy to make

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