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Some people sat that chile was invented in Mexico during the 1800s, some will tell you that its origin is in Tijuana, Baja California, or Ciudad Jurez, Chihuahua, Mexico. The Mexican theory is that it was created to be served in cantinas, for outsiders, who wanted a spicy "Mexican" dish to eat, that was free or cheap. Original chili was made with leftovers from the meals and served for free to drinking customers. The chili recipes that originated in America were in wide use in pre-Columbian Mexican culture. Any stew made using significant amounts of chilies might be seen as a forerunner of all modern chili recipesChili recipes come in all types of colors and flavors depending on what part of the country that you come from. They even come in the form of a diet chili. Chili itself is low in carbs, high in flavor and can be made in a very healthy way. Maybe we should change that old saying to "A bowl of chili a day keeps the Doctor away" if its with bean it may keep every one else away too.Here are some chilli recipe which are listed below:19-alarm chilicincinnati chilichili don pedroblack bean chilicamp chilichili seasoning mixlonesome man chilichili with potato dumplingschili in a bowlskyline chilialice's chiliout of this world chilicocoa chilirabia's black bean chilifive can chilispeakeasy chilieasy hearty chilihearty santa fe chilihidden valley ranch chilimexican baked chilicraig claiborne's real texas chilicoors spicy chilieasy pork chilihearty turkey chilihot chicken chilihuntsman's chilimogollon mountain chilinew mexican red chili*** and much more ***Application Features:Share favorite recipe via FacebookShare favorite recipe via TwitterSend Email to your friendCopyright and Powered By AppzVenture 2009-2011