Vegetarian Chicken Chili With Crushed Tortilia Chips and Cheese

READY IN: 58mins
Recipe by Cooking Ms. Wanda

I was craving Chicken Chili and since I no longer eat meat I knew I had to be creative. I decided to try my hand using Vegan Chicken chunks! To my surprise my recipe was amazing and my family loved it too. The carrots added just enough sweetness. The Greek Seasoning adds a hint of lemon flavor and oregano. My family couldn't tell the difference with the Vegan Chicken Chunks. I recommend using the Quorn brand because the texture and flavor is the closest to eating real chicken. I hope you enjoy ever how you like with vegan products or real dairy this is a amazing chili!

Top Review by Vicki Kaye

This was a most delicious recipe.... and so thoughtfully written--an example being to be careful not to burn the garlic (something I am always doing!). To have so many delectable flavors for the taste buds plus to be good for you is a treat indeed. The big bonus for me was to be introduced to the Quorn brand. I had seen this in the frozen section at Sprouts but always passed it by. I almost always am very disappointed in meat substitutes. I followed Ms. Wanda's suggestion and tried their chunks, and she's right--you would never know it's not chicken--except it's more tender than chicken! My husband loved this dish, and was disappointed I had frozen the remainder--he wanted to keep eating it meal after meal. Thank you for giving us a wonderful alternative to a meat based meal without us feeling the least deprived!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In large pot place chick peas, kidney beans, tomatoes, ketchup, sugar, Worcestershire sauce, green chili's, water (add more water if needed) and hot sauce. Stir and cook on medium heat. Add olive oil to skillet and add onions, green pepper, carrots and heat over medium flame. Cook 2 minutes then add garlic, cook until vegetables are tender. Be careful not to burn garlic. Add chili powder, cumin,Greek seasoning and paprika to vegetable mixture. Stir and cook about 1-2 minutes being careful not to burn. Add onion mixture to beans, stir bring to boil, lower heat and simmer for 30 minutes. Add chicken and corn, stir and taste (adjust seasonings as needed. Cook 10 more minutes and serve over rice if desired. Garnish with crushed tortilla chips, chopped tomatoes, chopped onions. Use vegan style grated cheese and sour cream if desired.

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