Place pressure cooker lid on Ninja Foodi with the nozzle on "seal"
Cook on high pressure for 10 minutes
When timer ends, let pressure natural release 10 minutes
Open Ninja Foodi
Turn on sauté function
Sauté, stirring occasionally, until you have reached the consistency that your family prefers. I sautéed for 15 minutes and reached a thick and almost creamy texture!
Serve with shredded cheese, sour cream, oyster crackers or jalapeños. Enjoy!
Tips for this Recipe:1. Make the chili seasoning in bulk. You can double, triple or quadruple the ingredients and make several portions. After mixing well, save extra in a sealed container. Next time you make chili you will be all set with your homemade seasoning blend!2. Alter the sauté time based on the consistency that your family prefers their chili. The nice thing about this recipe is that you can make it more of a soup consistency or if you sauté longer, you will end up with a much thicker chili.3. Freeze your leftover onion. I bought a really big onion and only used about half of it for this recipe. I always save my extra onions in the freezer. Frozen onions work really well for adding to other recipes. I usually end up sautéing them and adding them to hash brown and other fried potato recipes.4. Jalapeños get hotter as they develop deeper lines in them. A smooth jalapeño will be milder than one that has wrinkles and grooves.5. Freeze your leftovers!