"Meatless chili you'd never know wasn't carnivorous!! Double the recipe and freeze leftovers for sure." — Huge
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chopped green bell pepper
crushed red pepper flakes
ground black pepper
1 (20 ounce) can
kidney beans, undrained
hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco®)
dry red wine
canned chopped green chile peppers, or to taste
Excellent! We loved this! Very filling and flavorful. My husband kept going back for more.
This was better than I expected! I left out the bell pepper, mushrooms and red wine because I didn't have them on hand. Otherwise followed the recipe exactly, including the lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce which I was skeptical about. In the end, I'd say to be sure to include these two items and they added a flavor element that "brightened" the rest of the dish. We loved it! I know it will freeze well, so this one will be a staple in our packed lunches.
When I make chili I make a huge pot so I can freeze some. So, I tripled the recipe and used three different kinds of beans. I drained them because I don't like the sliminess of the juice. I added some canned vegetable broth to make up for it. I also didn't use fresh tomatoes because winter tomatoes lack flavor so I used diced canned tomatoes and their juice. My kids won't eat mushrooms so I left them out, but I bet it would be great them. I added corn, chipotle and cilantro.
A great veggie chili recipe- loved having such a variety of stuff in- beans, pepper, mushrooms. But this was also a downfall at least for me because I didn't have any celery or bulgar- turned out great anyways, with great flavour!
I made this recipe for a church supper and three different people wanted the recipe! For added protein I added a tin of chick peas (garbanzo beans). It was appropriately hot as well.
Quite possibly the best meatless chili that I've ever had. Really, really good.
Yummy, was great, and my family didn't even realize how healthy it was. I omitted the carrots (as I don't believe they belong in chili). I also added more beans (an extra can of kidney and two cans of pinto). I didn't have bulgar wheat so I left that out. I used tomato sauce instead of tomato juice. This was not hot at all, which was a plus since my toddler had to have some. Very good receipe, thanks you.
This was delicious! Great recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Lucie's Vegetarian Chili
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 93
This tasty chili is packed with healthy beans and veggies.
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