Chili is one of those foods that many people can’t get enough of because there’re so many dishes go well with chili. Its versatility is one of the many reasons why it is so well-loved. It can serve as a dinner after a long and tiring day at work. It can also be a dish that you can serve to your guests because honestly, who could say no to a bowl of delicious chili?
But I don’t like chili when it is too thin. It’s just like a soup. I want the chili that’s thick and hearty. Do you feel the same way? If so, you should continue reading because I will discuss the different ways to thicken chili.
There are plenty of ways to thicken chili. It is really up to your personal preferences as well as the ingredients the ingredients you have in your kitchen.
Here are the different methods that you can try to thicken chili:
If you have made a great chili recipe that tastes good but not thick enough for your taste, then don’t fret. Simply follow any of the six methods I have shared above and I am sure that you can salvage that dish.
Believe me, there are lots of people who are also at a lost on how to thicken chili. Why don’t you share this article on Facebook or Twitter? Let’s help your friends who may be clueless on what to do with thin chili.