What goes with chili con carne? What can you eat chili with : 23 perfect side dishes

what can you eat chili with

Hot stuff! A delicious chili is always a good idea. But what goes with it? We’ll show you what can you eat “hottest” chili con carne with – side dishes in this post.

You’ve got your favorite chili con carne recipe out again and you’re wondering what to serve with it? Luckily, the choices are wide and varied! From baguettes and bread to fancy fries and spicy dips: We give you an overview of our absolute favorites, which will surely taste good to you too!

Great potato

What can’t be missing from a list of side dishes? That’s right, the potato! The delicious tuber from the earth is super versatile and can be adapted to (almost) any dish. It is also a popular accompaniment to chili, often even prepared directly in the chili pot. We like the tuber best as:

  • Homemade fries
  • Sweet potato fries from the oven
  • Boiled potatoes
  • French fries with ketchup
  • Sweet potato fries from the oven

Tip: Are you at war with carbohydrates? Of course, we still have the right thing for you, because homemade carrot fries with few carbs also cut a great figure as a chili con carne side dish!

Rice Rice, baby!

If you don’t honor the potato so much with your chili, you’d better resort to rice. Not only do these little grains fit right in with Asian cuisine, but they’re also the perfect companion to the popular ground beef dish! The best varieties for chili are:

  1. Top Long Grain Rice
  2. Wild rice
  3. Whole grain rice
Hot rice

Tip: Complications during preparation? We show you how to cook rice the right way!

Chili con carne side dishes from the bakery

How that smells! Our eat bakery also makes a lot of great chili side dishes! Freshly baked bread and baguettes are especially popular. You can find our best side dishes made with flour, yeast and co. here:

  1. Quick rye bread with sourdough
  2. Rye bread with yeast
  3. Simple white bread
  4. Flat bread from the pan
  5. Homemade potato rolls
  6. Crispy Swiss Bürli
  7. Tortilla wraps
  8. White bread with baking powder
  9. Arabic pita bread

By the way: Not in the mood for wraps? Tortilla chips are also great for dipping in chili, and if there’s ever anything left over, they’re also the perfect couch snack.

Side dishes for extra freshness

Want a little extra freshness? Sure thing! For many chili lovers, a fresh salad is simply a must. Not a bad idea when the main player is already so spicy. Our suggestions for you are:

  1. Tomato salad with onions and mozzarella.
  2. Colorful lettuce
  3. Fresh leaf salad
fresh salad

Holy Guacamoly!

What for some is the butter to bread, for others is a delicious dip to chili. With mild variants like sour cream or cottage cheese you take some spiciness out of the dish. If it can’t be spicy enough for you, you can add guacamole to your chili con carne for the ultimate spicy crown. Taste your way through and find your favorite topping:

  1. Guacamole
  2. Sour Cream
  3. Herbed Curd
  4. Sour cream dressing
  5. Sour cream
guacamole in our new mocajete

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