Monday, October 23, 2017

Chili & Rice

Chili over Rice
This is positively my favorite way to have Chili! I don't remember how it happened that we first had it this way, but it quickly became a family favorite.

Simply make the Chili, and serve it over a bed of Rice. Accompaniments include Salad, Tortilla Chips or Corn Chips, and Avocado. Raw Chopped Onion may also be added for those who like it. 

Chili 

Saute
optional -1 T oil
1 (12oz) bag 3 pepper & onion blend or 1 chopped onion, 1chopped green peppers
1 tsp fresh garlic
Add
1 (15 oz) can rinsed Kidney beans
1 (15 oz) can rinsed Black beans
1 (15 oz) can rinsed Chickpeas
3 (15oz) cans chopped tomatoes, with juice
2 cups frozen Corn
3 T Taco Seasoning
Optional "heat" - your favorite kind, to your taste
Simmer, covered, 30 min over low heat, stir occasionally OR If desired, all ingredients can be simmered in Crock Pot or Slow Cooker on high for about 3 hours, instead of cooking on the stove top

Bowl of Veggie Chili




Tip for Dining with Omnivores:
This dish is great topped with Mexican Style Finely Shredded Cheese or Mild Cheddar. Sour Cream also goes well. Shredded Chicken would also go well on top.

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2 comments:

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE Vegan Chili! I need to bust out some recipe attempts soon!

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  2. yum! a few years back a friend mentioned to me she always serves rice when she serves chili. I had never even considered, but they go so well together! thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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