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This is a very tasty chili I omitted the tofu because I served broiled tofu along side. I also served the chili on an omelet. It was so delicious. Thanks Kitten for another do again recipe
This really hit the spot. Delicious! The only change I made, due to what I had on hand, was to use canned diced tomatoes in place of the ground tomatoes and fresh tomatoes. DD even ate it even though she doesn't care for chili and I ate too much. Thanks for sharing.
This was out of this world good. I did make a few changes though based on the ingredients I had. I used 1/4 cup of cauliflower florets, left out the corn, and used black beans and pink beans. I served it with a dollop of low-fat sour cream and a bit of shredded mexican cheese. It was so amazing I could have cried. Yum! Every recipe Kittencal posts is really the best of the best, I am not sure how he does it every time. Make this chili with his cornbread and you'll see what I mean.
Oh, I cannot wait to try this great dish. My 15 year old has announced she is a vegetarian and has stop the meat. I am teaching her (try to anyways, she is a teenager you know) to find yummy dishes with lots of goodness. We look forward to trying this this weekend! Thanks for the great reviews! I'll get back with you on the final taste test.
Great recipe - thanks!
Delish! I paired it up with brown and wild rice and ate it for days :)
Fabulous is right! As the temperature once again dips, it was a treat to enjoy this for lunch. I did make two small modifications that I don't think affected the final outcome. As usual, I cooked the onions, peppers and carrots in a bit of vegetable broth which made this very lowfat. My other change, out of necessity. Realized I only had one cup of fresh chopped tomatoes and decided to add a can of Rotel instead. In volume, a 10 ounce can was a cup plus 1 or 2 tablespoons, it was a good proximate and it added a nice kick. To compensate, I initially omitted the cayenne during the first 25 minutes of cooking then added to taste. The chili itself had a great flavor all of which was absorbed by the tofu, and the vegetables blended nicely without becoming soggy or wilty. Yummy.
I'm a vegetarian and loved this. I posted my info on my site.