Chili Cheese Biscuit Bake

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Enjoy a Chili Cheese Biscuit Bake recipe and create a twist on the bread with chili theme that all the people in your household will love to eat. And this Chili Cheese Biscuit Bake recipe is really fantastic. The chili cheese biscuit bake recipe does have two parts, first, the chili, and second, the biscuit recipe. So it will take a bit of time to put together. But nothing beats food that is made from scratch, and that is what you will get here. So get your apron on, and get ready for a couple of hours of delicious and fun food preparation. Get the kids to help, if they want to, because this will be a great meal to make together.

Making chili is always fun because there are just so many ways that you can make it. And it always turns out well, no matter what you put in to the dish. In that way, a chili cheese recipe can be altered to suit whatever things you and your family like best. So if you do not like mushrooms, you can simply leave them out of the chili recipe. Or, if you love them, add more, or different kinds. That is what is so great about making chili. You can play with the recipe to your heart’s content, and it is almost always sure to turn out just great. Get the kids to suggest some combinations for the chili. Their ideas are almost always very creative and fun to try.

This recipe includes two types of red kidney beans, one type, dark, and the other type, light. You could consider a completely different kind of bean, the black bean. All beans are tremendous and terrific sources of protein, complex carbohydrates and fiber. The black bean, though, has the highest proportion of indigestible fiber, as well as other phytonutrients that make it perhaps the very best bean to eat from a nutritional standpoint. As well, the black beans look really yummy in a chili dish, bringing a contrast of flavor and color that is very attractive. So consider adding a different bean to this great chili recipe.

The biscuit recipe is also terrific, and it is also made entirely from scratch. You put the raw dough on top of the chili once it is made, and then bake it up. The biscuits puff right up and will serve up wonderfully once they are done. The cheese that is sprinkled on top of the chili keeps the dough from getting too soggy while the whole thing bakes, but it will also melt and make a lovely and gooey layer to dip the biscuits in, when you are eating this chili.

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