Vegan Taco Chili Recipe
A chili using no meat, eggs or dairy products. Tastes great in a bread bowl and is easy to make! This soup should never be made the same way twice! Add red, green or yellow bell peppers in the first step, experiment with the beans, or add whatever your heart desires. For a non-veggie dish, add 1 lb ground beef and some sour cream. This soup should never be made the same way twice! Add red, green or yellow bell peppers in the first step, experiment with the beans, or add whatever your heart desires. For a non-veggie dish, add 1 lb ground beef and some sour cream.
Great base recipe. In addition to the ingredients listed I added a can of chick peas and a can of black beans. Also, I added a 1/2 TBS of cumin, 1/2 TBS of crushed red pepper, 1 TBS of chili powder, 1 extra minced clove of garlic, 1 TSP of tobasco sauce, and substituted coriander for the parsley. I cooked in the crockpot on low for four hours. Turned out great!
Tastes great, if a little high in sodium. This is a great thing to leave in the crock pot all day and have ready when you come home. The leftovers freeze well, too.
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