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This is very good chili. I made it yesterday and it's even better the next day. That being said I think my personal preference is for a stronger tomato flavor in my chili but that in no way takes away from this recipe. I loved the bean mixture. Made for ZWT8 U.S. Southwest/ TexMex
Made for DS, and I . I did half the red pepper, and leave out the salt. I also used Heinakein beer, worried at first about the beer, but it did enhance the flavor , and we enjoyed very much. Made for Best of 2011.
Wow, I'm so impressed! This veggie chili is so delicious. I have never used chickpeas in a chili and wasn't sure if I'd like them in there. They are a great addition! I especially LOVE the hint of heat from the chipotles in adobo. I also really loved the addition of beer (which I was wary about, too). It just gave the chili a deeper dimension...another flavor layer. I skipped the cheese, which made this a great vegan chili. Thank you so much for posting. This will be a fave.
Wonderful chili! The flavors were great and the variety of beans was a nice touch. I used Redbridge Lager for the beer. Thanks for sharing! Veg*n Swap 27
This was delicious! Besides the red and green pepper, I added 1 cubanelle pepper because I had it on hand. In place of the chipotle chile, I used 1 tbsp of spicy chiptle salsa and some extra dried chipotle powder. For the beer, I used Dos Equis (yum). I also added about 1 tsp of cumin, just becasue I like it. I let the chili simmer for a good 2 hours, and to thicken it up a bit, I added a couple tsp of cornmeal.
This is so GOOD! Pretty easy to! The only thing I added to it was half of a can of fire roasted tomatoes for a little bit more smokey flavor. I also added a can of sweet kernel corn because I love corn! The Chipotle chiles really make this dish! I used Sam Adams light for the beer because that's all we had in the house. Now my husband is going to be missing a beer but when he tastes this chili he won't care!