This meatless chili recipe comes together in just 5 minutes with 5 simple ingredients. The easiest vegetarian chili you will ever make!
Chili. Let me count the ways I love thee. With cornbread. Or crackers. Or saltines. The limit does not exist.
I friggen LOVE chili. Thick, spicy and sweet stick-to-you-ribs goodness inside a bowl. Soups dream about this their entire lives.
Can you guess what first came to my mind for this month's Recipe Redux theme?
Favorite Kitchen Tool
Did you receive a trendy new cooking gadget as a holiday gift? Or do you have a tried-and-true kitchen tool you couldn’t do without? Show us a healthy recipe highlighting a favorite kitchen tool, gadget, or gizmo.
My favorite kitchen tool, huh? Maybe my Kitchen Aid mixer, or it's super cool spiralizer attachment. Or maybe the handy dandy chopper I got for Christmas. I had to think long and hard about what my favorite kitchen tool ACTUALLY was.
Then it was easy, without a doubt...a tie. Between a rubber spatula, and my Food Network Dutch Oven.
I use the rubber spatula every single day, but the Dutch Oven runs a close second. Is just maaaaybe a little more exciting than a spatula. There I said it.
Most of the time, I don't even cook it, but that's because I'm odd and like my chili best when it's room temp or below. The flavor is SO much better, but if I do heat it up, it coordinates rather nicely with the fire engine red Dutch Oven.
Now it's made with only 5 ingredients, but this is more to serve as a base to doctor up how you like your chili. Here are some of my favorite ways to mix it up. This is such a perfect recipe for when you haven't gone grocery shopping this week, have absolutely no desire to cook, or are feeling especially glued to your couch, and Friends re-runs. Been there, done that to all the above. Hence, why I am a pro at the no-cook chili game.
Money-Saving Tips for this Meatless Chili Recipe:
- Go big. Opt for the big (28 ounce) cans of beans to get more for your dollar. Make a double batch of the chili, or use the leftovers to make these easy bean burgers.
- Add more veggies. Up the amount of veggies without spending a lot by adding a bag of frozen spinach or peppers & onions while heating.
- Buy store brand. The store brand of beans and canned tomatoes are just as good as name brand, but for a fraction of the price.
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