Very tasty, spicy meal with a few extra ingredients. Use your favourite beer to add to the overall flavour. If you can leave this sit overnight for the flavours to develop but is also ok to serve immediately.
This is a great base recipe, and meat eaters will never guess it's vegetarian! If you cannot find black beans use extra quantities of the other beans to make up.
Instead of the usual chilli con carne, try this healthy tofu chilli that's chock-a-block with beans and veggies too. For even more veg, try adding a chopped red capsicum and some diced zucchini.
Vegetarian mince, kidney beans, onion, celery and capsicum are simmered in a slow cooker to create this hearty vegan chilli bean dish. Great with rice and nachos and in tacos and burritos.
Meaty portobello mushrooms make a great addition to chilli beans. Adjust the chilli powder to your own taste if necessary.
This is a great bolognese or chilli (I use it as both). The sauce can be adjusted to your preference or the desired use, just change the quantity of tomato, BBQ or sweet chilli sauce.
Both beef and turkey provide you with vitamin B6; the kidney beans are a prime source of folate; the tomatoes give you vitamins C and E; and the onions, capsicums and corn give you more vitamin C and folate.
This colourful soup is inspired by the spicy and complex flavours of chilli con carne. Full of delicious vegetables and served with tortillas and a refreshing salsa, it makes a healthy main course soup.
Making chilli beef in individual dishes topped with melting cheese turns a simple supper into a real treat. Serve with a crisp green salad.
Slow-cooked beef and beans in a rich tomato sauce spiced with chillies and cumin makes an inviting meal on a wintry day, and warm, crumbly cornbread studded with corn kernels and mild green chilli is the perfect accompaniment. Serve with a crisp salad for a hearty, well-balanced meal.
This Mexican-inspired chilli is sandwiched between layers of cheesy polenta and baked into a savoury vegetarian casserole. Extra chilli can be garnished with shredded cheese, chopped spring onions, a dollop of sour cream and a splash of Tabasco sauce and served with cornbread for an easy meal.
Nothing takes the chill out of a winter evening like a bowl of steaming, spicy Mexican-flavoured lentils. And it's full of other yummy magic foods like capsicums, carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes, kidney beans and coriander. Serve it with rice or in burritos, soft-shell tacos and enchiladas.
Here's a hearty and satisfying chilli – without the meat but with all the flavour. This version combines two varieties of beans with corn in a rich tomato sauce seasoned with herbs and chilli.
Sweet capsicums and warm spices flavour this dish, made with chicken mince rather than the traditional beef for a lower fat content, and served on spaghetti to boost the carbohydrate value.
If you've never experienced the combination of cocoa and chilli, try this delicious stew and discover what Mexicans have known for centuries--that they are a match made in heaven.
This fantastic chilli beans recipe has been honed over 15 years of cooking laziness - prepared in 5 minutes and aged to perfection in a slow cooker. Stir it every couple of hours (if you're in the house) to help fuse flavours and eliminate any pot-sticking. Perfect for use with nachos, tacos, dips etc. You can use a tin of lentils instead of the vegetarian mince.
One for all ages. You can freeze the left overs(if there are any!) You can add other vegetables, corn,carrots, peas or what ever you choose. Get your 5 + A Day in one meal! We have this with corn chips and lettuce salad. Prenzels is a New Zealand company.
Entok is young Indonesian duck and the first time I made this recipe I used entok mince. You can also use duck or turkey…or even chicken mince. This meat makes this dish lighter and less fatty than using beef mince but it still has plenty of flavour.
This recipe was created because I enjoy no-fuss ONE pot cooking, which can be prepared in a reasonably short time, and can be refrigerated to eat again the following day.
A great Mexican chilli mince with red kidney beans. You however, can use it in tacos, burritos or even just on toast.