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Leftover Chili + Leftover Rice = Stuffed Bell Peppers
Combine your leftover chili with some leftover rice, add a bit of cheese (or a bit of salsa, if you have some leftover as well) and stuff the mixture inside a bell pepper. Bake them in the oven at 350 degrees for about twenty minutes, or, or put them in the crockpot on high for a few hours.
02 of 06
Freeze ItThe most obvious answer as to what to do with leftover chili is to freeze it. Chili will keep well in the freezer for several months. To make it easier on yourself in the future, freeze your chili in single-serving portion sizes in order to avoid thawing out and reheating too large of a batch down the road. Freezer-safe zip-lock bags are a great option for freezing and storing leftover chili - just try to remove as much of the air as possible before sealing the bag.
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04 of 06
Maybe you and your family are sick of the giant pot of chili you made, but are they sick of chili cheese dip? Probably not! And who could ever be sick of chili cheese fries? Toss on a movie, gather the family, and snack away on one of these chili cheese dip recipes, which you can make with your leftover chili.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
05 of 06
All you need for these ingenious chili cheese biscuits is some refrigerated biscuit dough, leftover chili and some shredded cheese. Don't they just look amazing?
06 of 06Combine warmed leftover chili with crunchy tostada shells or tortilla chips and use it to top off a big bowl of shredded lettuce.
Got leftover chili? Stick it in the fridge and invite me over for dinner! No, seriously. There's plenty of ways to use up your leftover chili without offering it to strangers on the internet. Here's a few ideas for using up your extra chili.