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    Vegetarian version of the Spanish classic, but made with chickpeas instead of chicken.

    Recipe #156650

    Delicious, lowfat bean soup with a Mexican seasoning. This is my kids favorite! I always double the recipe and freeze in small containers so they can take out and microwave. Very low in fat and delicious! Quick and easy too!

    Recipe #42853

    This is weight watchers friendly recipe. I got it from another site. I tried it last week and could not stop eating it. I make it once a week, filling dinner with some crackers or bread rolls

    Recipe #63026

    This is medium-spicy, but like any chili recipe, you can modify this for your own taste by adjusting the amount of chipotle and chili powder used, and the type of canned tomatoes with peppers you use. I used Del Monte's Diced Tomatoes with Zesty Jalapenos, which I think is kickier than the typical tomatoes & green chilis. I brown ground beef on the side for my husband to put into his portion. I usually use cooked dried beans instead of canned.

    Recipe #110546

    4 Reviews |  By Bec

    I don't know who Bluto is but this looks good! Very easy! From an email I received today!

    Recipe #128879

    Winter squash and tomatoes are a winning combination. I've combined this with white navy beans and mozzarella cheese to make a complete and inexpensive meal to make ahead in a 2 quart crockpot. Turn on in the morning and by the time you're back from work, voila! There's dinner. This can be assembled the day before and stored in the refrigerator overnight. Please note tip for preparing squash.

    Recipe #330909

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A nicely spiced vegetable soup that is hearty enough to be a meal. It has an island flavor from the coconut that is slightly sweet with just a touch of herbs.

    Recipe #83279

    This is a different way to serve Lima beans. They sort of remind me of Boston baked beans. I used organic Lima beans my husband grew in our garden. The sour cream goes in at the end.

    Recipe #242303

    this is my chili recipe. it won the "people's choice" award last year at a superbowl party. it is a little spicy - but not too hot to enjoy. add cooked ground meat if you like, but i like this without. it is also nice to top it with chopped fresh jalapeno peppers. also - i use all organic ingredients. if you live near a trader joe's market, they sell all of these ingredients in organics for less money than the regular items cost at most grocery stores.

    Recipe #277671

    This is somewhere between a chili and a minestrone... It is spicy, so I warn you to adjust the seasonings and/or the tomatoes and beans used accordingly if you don't want that! I did not put any pasta in this but you can if you wish at the end of cooking. This is good with homemade croutons and a sprinkling of cheese on top, or with a grilled cheese sandwich, or by itself.

    Recipe #119240

    Recipe #193330

    Cooked Rice is used instead of meat to make this a complete meal. This recipe uses the spicy flavor of green chili pepper, without the sharp heat of chili powder. The cooking and prep time does Not include making the rice. If you want a little sweeter taste, use canned Stewed Tomatoes. There is nothing quite like chili to prove that Cooking is a Creative Sport.

    Recipe #85268

    Full of flavor and you can make it as spicy as you like! This is a vegetarian meal in itself, and adorned with tortilla chips, sour cream and cheese, you will go crazee for more! Freezes well too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #330877

    Chunks of eggplant cook in a slow cooked spaghetti sauce offering a low calorie alternative to ground beef or sausage. From Better Homes and Gardens. French and Italian!

    Recipe #91239

    5 Reviews |  By Katzen

    An awesome vegetarian chili I found on another site and modified quite a bit. It can be made in the crock pot, if you have a large one, or on the stove, otherwise. Very little work, but a lot of taste!

    Recipe #209421

    A hearty vegetarian curry prepared in the crock pot to allow flavors a long melding time, yielding a deep, savory, and, depending on your curry powder, explosive dish.

    Recipe #206165

    4 Reviews |  By KDub

    Based on a recipe from The Simple Little Vegan Slow Cooker. I haven't made this yet but am planning on having it for dinner soon with some homemade biscuits. You can use either fresh or frozen broccoli and cauliflower; both work well.

    Recipe #277838

    6 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    I think I like this better than chili made with meat. Plus it is low fat.

    Recipe #88717

    3 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    From FoodTV.ca, this makes a great dinner accompanied by lots of parmesan cheese and warm garlic bread.

    Recipe #204920

    21 Reviews |  By brew

    Vegetarian food to me up till this point has been pretty bland (plain steamed veggies) or super unhealthy (fried anything). This chilli is very satisfying and filling, and has the benefit of being healthy and delicious! The colors are gorgeous in the pot also. Sub in your favorite vegetables or beans to suit your taste or the season, or indeed, add meat, though I can't see you would need any animals here. I use Chugwater Chilli Mix (a spice mix with chili powder, garlic, spices and masa harina - try it if you can it is FABULOUS) but have tried to recreate the seasonings here. I am not insane by suggesting 1 can crushed tomatoes and 1 can whole, I just like the texture of the whole tomatoes better. The crushed tend to be too runny for my taste. Use one or the other, if that is all you have. All measurements are approximate.

    Recipe #157881

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