What Makes Kentucky Chili Different?

Kentucky chili is a regional cuisine that differs from other variations of the classic dish.

The controversial ingredient that sets Kentucky chili apart is the addition of chocolate.

The chocolate is added to the chili to balance out the acidity of the tomatoes and add a subtle sweetness.


Kentucky chili is typically served over spaghetti and topped with cheese and onions.

Some people love the addition of chocolate, while others find it off-putting.

The dish has a long history in Kentucky, with some restaurants claiming to have been serving it for over 100 years.

Kentucky chili is a beloved comfort food in the state and is often served at community events and festivals.

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