A chili bar should be something in your vocabulary. It’s a great party idea and goes over well with kids. It also gives you the ability to control the spice content either for kids, or adults who are a bit more squeamish about spicy items. Make your base chili and figure out what you want on the side. Maybe some simple things like onions and Fritos. Then start to get more complex with cornbread, jalapenos, cheese and sour cream. Feel free to even create a few chilis if the time calls for it.
- Thinking about who is being served is a big part of having a successful chili bar.
- A lot of bowls are required in order to have a good chili bar.
- You will need enough toppings to make things interesting for your guests.
“Piling on toppings is really what makes this DIY dinner so fun, so try not to skimp. Shredded cheese, chopped scallions, sour cream, and crushed tortilla chips are some classic choices, but definitely think about expanding the selection with things like diced avocados, Fritos, and a mix of hot sauces.”
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