This is a vegetarian version of chilli con carne. Good to eat with pasta or rice or use it in tacos or in nachos.
Recipe by: snewby
Spicy and chock full of veggies and silken tofu. Healthy and delicious - serve with tortillas and any other veggies you like.
Recipe by: GUELPH CLOG GIRL
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.
Recipe by: Elaine Russell
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.
Recipe by: CliveElliott
The addition of a little cocoa adds richness to this hearty beef stew. It's perfect for a cold day and takes almost no time in a pressure cooker.
Recipe by: Spyce
This is a very blokey recipe that is so easy to prepare. It even has the blokey secret ingredient of baked beans. This makes an excellent chilli con carne-type pasta sauce.
Recipe by: bugrit
Yes this is hot but I like chillies. This tastes even better the next day so is ok to leave in the fridge if it doesn't get eaten all in one go. It also makes a good nachos or taco sauce.
Recipe by: MatthewWebb
Spaghetti Bolognese, Mexican style; mince cooked with red kidney beans and served with spaghetti. For a healthier option I like to use turkey mince.
Recipe by: fallingfate
This is a truly spicy chilli con carne! Serve with tortillas, sour cream, guacamole and lettuce. You can cut down the chilli a bit if you prefer.
Recipe by: EDD RYAN
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.
Recipe by: CYPRESSBOB