To say I enjoy a nice bowel of chili is an understatement. I believe I could live off of chili or soup. I am always trying new ways to make both or as I look for new recipes on Pinterest it can lead to hours of scrolling and drooling as I find so many great recipes out there.
Today my picture falls flat on a Pinterest level but looks are deceiving because this chili is actually very good.
I came home from shopping hungry and a little cold so of course I turned to a chili or soup. I only had one can of red beans, half of a package of soy chorizo, half a can of corn with little time to boot but the chili turned out great so I thought I’d share.
Short on time but want to enjoy something tasty? This turns out to be a very cheep meal and who isn’t trying to watch their spending nowadays.
Quick Vegan Chili :
3-4 Servings, Time 20-25 minutes
1 16 ounce can of Red Beans
8 ounce of Soy Chorizo
1/2 can of Corn (about 8 ounces)
1 15 ounce can diced Tomatoes
1 8 ounce Tomato Sauce
1/4 of a onion diced
6 cloves of garlic diced
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
In a large pot on medium/high heat add olive oil, garlic and onion sautéing until the onion is almost translucent then add the soy chorizo cooking a few more minutes. Turn burner down to a low heat adding the remaining ingredients. Let simmer for about 15 minutes then serve.
I used vegan shredded cheese to top my chili and of course crackers but a nice side of corn bread would also be so very good, Enjoy!