**Can be made on the stove in a pot as well! Comment to me below for help**
SOME TIPS FOR INSTANT POT CHILI
1. Brown and Flavor the meat with a soffritto.
I love the flavor of the seared ground meat with a light soffritto of onions, olive oil and garlic.
2. Drain and Rinse Your Beans
You will add some liquids later, but the fluids that come with the kidney beans are not something you want to add to your soup.
3. Add Enough Liquids
The instant pot may not pressurize if there’s not enough water in the pot, so make sure to add about 1 to 1.5 cups specified in the video.
**Don’t worry about the chili becoming soupy. If you prefer a thicker chili, try using a tad less water, but remember: After just an hour or so, it will thicken, and by the next day it will be even thicker.
This awesome and simple recipe is my go-to every Fall! (or whenever else the craving for some good chili arises…)
For Full Recipe and Printable Card see here: http://lastminutecook.com/instant-pot-ultra-chili/
My favorite kitchen tools: http://lastminutecook.com/gear
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**Immersion blender: https://amzn.to/2tiCvY4
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