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|Calories200Calories from Fat20|
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Nick 6 months ago
Definitely does not look like the picture. It tastes okay and I’m glad I listened to the suggestions for updating the spices and water amounts. Overall easy to make but not the most flavorful
Becky D. 7 months ago
Was a great dinner if you want something light and filling in the winter! I had to double the spices however, and omitted the celery. I only did half the water... I wish I omitted the water altogether though since I included the juice from the beans. Whats great about this meal is how easy it was to prep and also easy to customize!
Peggy G. 8 months ago
Turned out well. Omitted celery. Garnished with diced jalapeños.
ashley dahring 9 months ago
Really good! Skipped the water, could def go a bit heavier on the spices but overall delicious!!
Stefanie Speth-Maiuri 9 months ago
Used the recipe and quantities as a general guide but altered it for what we like and added some spices we usually use with chilli and it was AHHH MAZING!
PD Supremo a year ago
It was good. Added some vegan sour cream and a touch of kosher salt. Like the simplicity of the meal. I will make It again.
Michaela Eggers 2 years ago
Didn’t add the can of water. Cooked for 5 and a half hours on high in my crock pot and added a couple more peppers to clear out my fridge. Would maybe experiment more with the spices next time since the chili powder is a little overpowering, Love that I can stick this in my freezer for easy meals in the future!
Stacey Collins 2 years ago
I love this recipe! it's completely customizable, you can up the spiciness or reduce it. As it is, it's pretty mild. You can also add meat if you prefer but it's great without. A goto for me with all of my allergies.
Matt 2 years ago
Love it! I nix the extra cup of water, substitute in black beans, and add in an chipotle pepper 👌👌 Sometimes throw in brown rice, and other odds and ends. So great and easy.
Ingrid H. 2 years ago
I halved it for my tiny slow-cooker. Delicious!
Benny 2 years ago
It turns out amazing I would totally recommend it to chill people.great four kids to help cook
Yummlykins 2 years ago
Great recipe. I added 1 tsp salt. I also replaced the tomatoes and broth with 1 48 oz bottle of V8 juice and two veggie bullion cubes. I removed the quinoa, and lowered the oregano to 1 tsp. Turned out great!
West 2 years ago
It was soo delicious, I would for sure make it again.
Miller 2 years ago
Great! Needs extra salt and itslerfect!
Collins 2 years ago
All the family loved it!
Katie 2 years ago
It’s more of a vegetable soup than a chili. It was very thin and bland.
Willy R. 2 years ago
Needed more spices and defenitly less water. Doubled the quinoa and added kidney beans. Cooked on HIGH for 5 hours.
Sandra 2 years ago
My son made this for us Saturday . It was DELISH ! I came home today and already have some in the slow cooker . It would also be great to freeze for later . Oh , I added Rotel tomatoes to spice it up !
Weirdos 2 years ago
Doubled the onions, celery, and garlic. Used dry northern beans, uncooked quinoa, and dry lentils. Instant pot on high pressure for an hour. Delicious!
Roberta Mendes 2 years ago
There was way too much liquid after 8 hours in the slow cooker on low!! Had to then transfer it to a pan in batches and heat it to reduce it...disappointing. If you are making this, I would not add as much liquid. Doesn’t look like the picture!
Louise A. 2 years ago
Lovely taste but too much liquid- will halve next time!
Johnny Kara Whitley 2 years ago
Terrific! I prepared bell peppers and tomatoes separately with some of the vegetable broth. I added a bit of tomato sauce & black beans to the chili. Awesome substitute for traditional chili if you’re trying to kick meat!
Bridget McGuinness Paling 2 years ago
I did a 25 oz can of crushed tomatoes and only 2 cups of vegetable stock. I loved it. I played with the spices a little bit but not too far off from original recipe. Definitely weight watchers friendly
kaylee 2 years ago
i didn't expect this chili to turn out so good!!! highly recommend it. with all of the flavor in this chili you don't even notice there's no meat, i'm impressed
John Veeneman 2 years ago
Recipe is great! -1 Star for the directions leading to some blog post about their kid’s birthday that I had to scroll through to basically read “dump it all in a crock pot and hit start”
Jamie 3 years ago
Had to cook this much longer than the 8 hours stated... I think it ended up being 11 hours (8 on low and 3 on high) as others have said came out very watery next time I will leave the can of water out and may add butternut squash and more chilli powder!
Howdy Cooksy 3 years ago
Not bad at all. Definitely improved overnight.
Kristel H. 3 years ago
Super easy, and sneakily healthy! This is going to be a regular item in our house for the winter.
Angie Harriman 3 years ago
Probably won’t make it again. It had to cook for much longer than the recipe said so as to not be soupy. Taste was fine but not much of a chili taste to it even after I added more seasoning.
It's All Good 3 years ago
Great, yes I’d make again