What Temp to Cook Chili on the Stove
Most stove-top chili recipes will require you to adjust your cooking temperature as you go. Not all chili recipes are the same, of course, but quite a few ask you to bring the chili to a boil, then turn down the heat and let it simmer. This means that once your chili is assembled, you’ll need to cook it over high heat, but once it boils, you’ll need to turn it down to medium heat. You’ll know you’ve set the heat right when you see a few bubbles coming to the surface of the chili every second or so but it’s not fully boiling.