When you’ve got a lot of oddball ingredients lying around, say after preparing a tapas style menu, I find the easiest way to utilize them is to throw ’em all together. My mom would call this slop, but I’m gonna call it chili. :)
To me chili is just an overall term used to describe a conglomerate of veggies, some liquid and some protein thrown together in a pot that will simmer for an hour or more to bring out the flavors. Well, I bet that just made this sound super appetizing.
Anyway, chili is another dish that’s perfect to serve up on game day. After all the chopping and stirring, the pot does the rest of the work. If this veggie-heavy chili doesn’t sound appealing to you, I’ve got a few more options that may win you over.
Paleo Pumpkin Chili and Prime Time Chili with Bacon are a couple more Paleo chilis that I’ve made in the past.
You can also make chili in the crockpot using a grass-fed beef chuck roast or even chicken breast. In Pigskin Paleo, my Paleo cookbook, you’ll find the Mathematics for making Perfect Paleo Chili.
This recipe is part of my series of game day recipes that I’m posting every weekday until Super Bowl Sunday. Along with Prosciutto Apple Crostini there are a few more finger food recipes listed below that will be perfect to serve for your Paleo Super Bowl menu. Also, pick up a copy of Pigskin Paleo before the big game and if you absolutely love it we’d love for you to leave a review on Amazon. :)