Make authentic Wendy's Chili at home without using overcooked burger patties from the night before. Instead they will be overcooked burgers you made yourself. This might sound crazy, but if you want a similar experience that's what you gotta do. The only few differences is I added cocoa powder to offset the heat and add a nice deep red color to my chili.
Prep: 10 minutes
Grill @ 325°F: 6 minutes
Pressure Cook: 20 minutes
Power Pressure Cooker XL
This pressure cooker was used to create this amazing chili recipe. The reason I enjoy pressure cooking is because it can make any of your favorite slow cooked meals in under 30 minutes as opposed to waiting 6-12 hours.
- Preparation is really the only labor intensive part of this recipe. Get your knife sharpened and start chopping your onion, peppers, tomatoes & celery medium to fine diced across the board.
- Grill up 6 beef patties with a nice sear on each side. Don't worry about under cooking these, they will finish in the pressure cooker. Don't worry about over cooking these because the pressure cooker & ingredients for the chili will prevent them from drying out.
- Take your burgers off the grill and break them up until smaller chunks.
- Take a look at your ingredients above and simply add all of that shit in the pressure cooker in any order of your choosing.
- For the Power Pressure Cooker XL, simply close the lid, make sure the valve is set to close and press the Slow Cook/Stew Button and Adjust Time to 20 minutes.
- Once the timer is up, carefully release the valve to open and let it steam for a few minutes until all the steam is let out.
- You can now safely remove the lid and serve yourself some piping hot chili
- I garnish mine with shredded cheddar cheese and chives.
Disclaimer: Nutrition Facts are estimated through MyFitnessPal and should act as a general guideline and in no way represent any actual facts.