Chili con carne commonly known in American English as simply "chili", is a spicy
stew ... did not include beans, proponents of their inclusion contend that chili with
beans has a long enou...
Chili is classified as a stew due to its meat content and its thickness. However,
this classification is debated in some...
No, chili is not considered a soup. The meat in chili is not boiled in the stock or
water. It is either fully cooked before it is added to the chili pot (if ground beef is ...
A2A. Neither. It is chili; it is unique. Soups need stock, chili doesn't. Stews
USUALLY need some kind of thickener like roux, chili doesn't. If you want to get ...
To keep things straight, chile refers to the pepper pod, and chili to the concoction.
..... The famous Chasen's restaurant in Beverly Hills serves more "Soup of the ...
When it comes to the story of chili, tales and myths abound. While many food
historians agree that chili con carne is an American dish with Mexican roots, ...
Jan 25, 2010 ... I want to know what's required to constitute a true chili. Sources say it's all about
the chili powder, so if I add it to my black bean soup, is it a chili ...
What are the technical differences between a soup and a stew. .... On the other
hand red peas stew here is like a chilli (kidney beans stewed to ...
Apr 3, 2004 ... but what makes a soup?....and what makes a stew?.......and where do beans;
navy, pinto, ... Would vegetarian chili be considered soup too?
There are many legends and stories about where chili originated. ... in a food
which they said was almost as “hot as hell's brimstone” and “Soup of the Devil. ....
A night was not considered complete without a visit to one of these “chili queens.”