Bison Taco Chili Over Noodles
This post for Bison Taco Chili Over Noodles was sponsored by No Yolks as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Looking for an EASY dinner that is extremely delicious too? This Bison Taco Chili Over Noodles is your recipe! It’s like your favorite taco turned into a cozy chili recipe!
I made this hearty chili, for the first time, a few weeks ago. It was a completely random mishmash of food I had in the pantry and sitting in the fridge. An onion, some ground bison (use whatever ground meat you like best), cans of beans, corn, tomatoes, etc. I threw in a packet of taco seasoning and in under 30 minutes, we feasted on an explosion of flavors. No exaggeration, this chili is packed with huge flavor. Satisfying meat, savory chunks of tomatoes, plenty of beans and spiced saucy goodness in each bite. Topped off with classic taco extras like cheese, sour cream and guac, it didn’t take long before this chili was completely devoured. I was a little sad that we had very little leftover because the next day it was even tastier.
To give this meal extra pizzazz, I served the chili over a healthy egg noodle alternative, No Yolks Noodles. No Yolks Noodles are made from egg whites and made the whole dish a little more unique and definitely gave it some major staying power.
Aren’t you just dying for a plate of that deliciousness right now? Chili is one of those magic meals that comes together with very little thought or prep. It tastes incredible. And then there’s the leftovers that make for such convenient lunches. If you have any leftover!
And No Yolks Noodles definitely became my favorite way to serve chili! I’ve even been enjoying the No Yolks Noodles in my soups, salads and using them as a quick and easy side dish with a little butter and parmesan or marinara. These are super handy for a variety of dishes! And I so appreciate that they’re cholesterol free, and low in fat and sodium.
After cooking the onion and ground meat, you pretty much just throw everything into a pot and call it a day. Aren’t those recipes the best? And this one could not be more perfect for the colder months I know we’ll be experiencing soon. Keep this recipe in your back pocket for game day, holiday celebrations, busy weeknights or lazy weekends. You can thank me later.
My whole family loved this recipe. Even the kiddos gobbled it up – and trust me, that’s saying something! If you have the whole fam over during the holidays, this substantial and completely crowd-pleasing chili is a lifesaver. It’s a fabulous option for dinner because it won’t take you away from the fun! Less time in the kitchen, more time living life.
Bison Taco Chili Over Noodles
- 1 pound lean ground bison*
- 1 small onion, chopped
- 1 can black beans, drained
- 1 can pinto beans, drained
- 8 oz tomato sauce
- 10 oz frozen corn kernels, (about 2 1/2 cups)**
- 10 oz diced tomatoes w/chilies
- 1 can diced fire roasted tomatoes
- 4 oz 4 oz can chopped green chili peppers
- 1 packet reduced sodium taco seasoning
- salt to taste
- Spray a large pot or dutch oven with cooking spray and heat over medium to high heat. Sauté onion for 2-3 mins and until soft.
- Add ground bison or other desired ground meat, breaking up pieces with a wooden spoon or spatula as it browns. When almost all of the pink from the meat is gone, add in all other ingredients. Bring to a soft boil and stir to combine.
- Cover and let chili simmer for about 10 minutes.
- Meanwhile, cook No Yolk Noodles according to package instructions.
- Once chili has cooked, taste and add salt or any other seasonings you like, as needed for desired taste.
- Serve hot, over No Yolk Noodles and with toppings of your choice. Enjoy!
Something to think about….
Have you ever tried No Yolks Noodles? Find lots of creative recipe inspiration at the No Yolks recipe page. No Yolk Noodles come in a variety of cuts for all types of recipes including Broad, Extra Broad, Fine, Kluski, Dumplings, and now Stir-Fry. Watch the video below to see how easy it is to use No Yolks Noodles to make Pizza Noodle Cups. How fun are those?!