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Simple, quick veggie chili. I used red peppers, rather than green, and I added a bit of chipotle tabasco. Made for PAC Spring 2007. Thanks for a good basic recipe!
Easy and simple. My only issue is that I'm not much of a spice expert, so I was grasping in the dark with the chili powder and cumin. Since this is a vegetarian chili, the taste is spot on; wholesome and doesn't taste processed. I added mushrooms and I even think when I make it again I will use rice to absorb all the liquids. :) Great recipe! Thank you!
Buonas noches and thank you for helping me put a tasty and healthy meal on the table quickly tonight. I made a couple changes but nothing major. I only had one small green pepper so I used an orange pepper for the second one. Then, I had a bunch of part used cans of various beans that I had opened for other recipes on the tour. So, red kidney beans, black beans and pinto beans all went into the pot. I served it with flour tortillas on the side, a sprinkling of Monterrey jack cheese and a dollop of reduced fat sour cream. Made for Chow Hounds on ZWT5.
Very easy to make, & it freezes well, too! I used a red & a yellow bell pepper along with almost 2 teaspoons of chili powder & 1/2 teaspoon of cumin! That, along with the spicy juice was enough of a kick for us! Very, very tasty, & my veggie son & his wife would love it, I'm sure! Will keep this recipe around! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick A Chef]
Good solid veggie chili. I had to make some subs which, honestly, I wouldn't recommend. I used regular veggie juice. Make sure to use something with some kick. And I left out the chili powder for my kids, but I found it a little bland. For the recipe I made the review would be 3 stars. But as written it's 4. Thanks for a good one to try.