Vegetarian Chili Recipe
This is an easy vegetarian chili recipe. The recipe produces a hearty homemade boca chili.
Vegetarian chili is excellent to serve to large groups of people at gatherings or parties.
Everyone seems to like it. It can be made the day before, refrigerated, and then reheated.
In fact, it benefits from being prepared in advance because that allows its flavors to develop fully.
Serve with a green salad for a balanced meal. Everyone should have at least one green salad each day.
As with all recipes, if they are available organic ingredients are a healthier choice and the better choice for our planet.
Please use them whenever possible.
The recipe contains soy and, so, is not suitable for anyone following the Paleolithic diet.
You will need a large, heavy (preferably nonstick) covered pot.
(a) Cook Boca burgers according to package directions.
(b) Meanwhile, combine onion, green pepper, red pepper, garlic, jalapeno pepper, chili powder, cumin, oregano, and water in the pot. Bring to a simmer. Stirring occasionally, simmer for approximately five minutes until the vegetables are soft and the water evaporates.
(c) Chop Boca burgers coarsely, and add them to the pot. Also, add the tomatoes, salsa, and broth. Bring to a simmer. Cover and adjust heat to maintain a slow simmer. Cook about 20 minutes until chili is thick.
Add salt to taste.
The food counts are listed as follows.
Total calories / grams of proteins / grams of carbs / grams of fat (grams of saturated facts, if any).
Carbs listed are "net."
Approximate food counts for 2 cups: 250 / 31 / 31 / .3
Again, this recipe contains soy, which has turned out not to be the wonder food many thought and hoped it would be.
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