Insanely good Instant Pot beef chili. Loaded with peppers, chuck roast, ground beef and lots of beans! A homemade seasoning blend puts it over the top.
The weather here in Virginia has been bipolar. One day it’s 70 degrees, then next it’s 86 with 95% humidity. I just want it to feel like fall already (and stay that way)! When we were having a cooler spell, I couldn’t help but break out our Instant Pot and make a batch of our favorite chili. This is a slightly modified version of our classic stovetop chili. Don’t let the long list of ingredients deter you. This chili is GOOD. Insanely good. It requires a bit of chopping and a homemade blend of spices. Both of which contribute to the depth of flavor in this recipe.
The recipe itself is pretty straightforward. Brown the meat, sauté the veggies, add the remaining ingredients and pressure cook until the meat is fall apart tender. You’ll need about pound of chuck roast and lean ground beef. FYI: the two together are what make this chili! As far as the peppers go, don’t be afraid to add the full amount, even if they’re on the spicier side. I promise you won’t be able to tell when it’s all said and done.