Cincinnati-Inspired Chili with Cauliflower Rice (Slow Cooker)
Combine all ingredients in slow cooker and cook on low for 6-8 hours. Garnish each bowl with raw onion if desired.
This is my quick and easy version of a Cincinnati style chili. It won’t be like a tomato-based chili, there will be many flavors going on, some in the background that are hard to pinpoint but that really add to the depth of flavor. I love that the cauliflower ends up looking just like the ground beef, goes undetected by my family, and that I don’t need to serve much else on the side but maybe some sliced fruit or berries. On the nights you have time, get some extra veggies in by serving the chili over zucchini or spaghetti squash “noodles” (traditional Cincinnati chili is often served over spaghetti).