In terms of fast-food Chili, most people know that Wendy's serves the iconic dish, but some other chains also have it on the menu.
Whether you prefer to eat it in a bowl with the cheese, onions, and sour cream or you enjoy slathering it on a hot dog or fries, there's always room for some hot peppers.
It's well known that Chili is from one of those dishes that gets richer as it sits, so you do not have to worry about freshness. In addition, it often contains beans, which add great fiber to your diet.
Freddy's frozen custard and steakburgers fans also enjoy the chain's Chili. The chain allows customers to order Chili as a side or on top of any menu item, choosing their onion rings and beloved steakburger.
A&W's Chili is Coney Sauce, as it smothers beef frankfurters made with natural casings and topped with onions for Coney Dogs that originated in Coney Island.
Since opening its restaurant in 1969, Wendy's has taken pride in its iconic Chili. The signature of its famous chili chain is made from beef, hearty vegetables, chili beans and a mix of savory spices.
In addition to the crowd loving broccoli cheddar soup, Panera makes a unique and healthy bowl of turkey chili. It is low in calories with only 300 per bowl and 180 per side and has good fiber.
This medium spicy Chili is made with homestyle beef, diced tomatoes, dark red beans, peppers, onions, celery, and a secret blend of tangy spices.
The chain's signature chili sauce is layered on many menu items, but one widespread ingredient that sets Wienerschnitzel's Chili apart from others on this list is the lack of beans.
The Steak 'n Shake is a dish of chili spaghetti topped with famous Chili, extra chili beef, shredded cheddar, jack cheese, and sliced onions, a Midwestern specialty that customers love!
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