Originally, it was simply a bowl of chili. If you see the item today (which is rare, since the term is almost obsolete), it's usually an open-face chili burger.
From 1913-1958, there used to be a 24-hour chili parlor called "Ptomaine Tommy's" in Los Angeles. It was the largest and best known chili parlor in town. Ptomaine Tommy served straight chili and a Southwestern variation, a hamburger smothered with chili. He had two ladles, a large and a small. When a customer ordered straight chili, he got out the large ladle. When he wanted the other, he usually said "Hamburger size." So Ptomaine Tommy put up one sign that read HAMBURGER SIZE 15¢, and another that read CHILI SIZE 20¢. Other chili joints followed suit and before long chili was known throughout Los Angeles as "size". They'd say, "Just gimme a bowl of size."
Since Tommy created perhaps the very first chili burger, other restaurants began copying it. They thought the new item was called a CHILI SIZE. So, that's why, today, you might find a chili size on a diner menu that consists of a burger patty topped with chili, cheese, and onions.
depends on the size. With chili it can be difficult. The more the chili the less the calories...Generally speaking.
It depends on the type of chili peppers and their size. You should weigh them if you can.
A fresh red chili is a spicy chili that has a bright color, and you can tell it's not dried out by its aroma and flavor. You can use a fresh red chili as a condiment, or as an ingredient in cooking. Fresh chilies are typically smaller in size than dried chilies, with more flavor and heat.
A chili is a chili. A chili is a sort of vegetables.
There is no definite answer. The answer varies on the ingredients, preparation method, and serving size.
Chili pepper and chili powder are not the same thing. Chili peppers are a vegetable. Chili powder is a mixture of spices used to make chili. This will have cumin, onion, and several spices in it to give chili flavor.
Is chili even chili if it doesnt have beans?
Depends on the size of the Chilli but at an estimate I would go for 1 gram
The hottest chili in the world is infact the ghost chili
No chili is an heterogenous
You can find information on the history of chili at Famous Chili Recipes (www.famouschilirecipes.com)