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Wintertime Chili

This is a low fat, delicious & vegetarian if you use vegetable broth chili that is very tasty. I got the recipe from my neighbors' sister-in-law, Michele in Texas, and we have been enjoying it ever since.

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  • Heat oil in large stockpot and add first 5 ingredients.
  • Saute for about 10 minutes.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients (except the cheese) and bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover and simmer for 1 hour.
  • Serve with a little cheese sprinkled on top.
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"This is a low fat, delicious & vegetarian if you use vegetable broth chili that is very tasty. I got the recipe from my neighbors' sister-in-law, Michele in Texas, and we have been enjoying it ever since."
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  1. antibalistkmisel
    It's currently on the stove and smells wonderful. I added an extra can of black beans for the protein, and some green peas to make the stew even more colorful.
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  2. StacyMD187373
    Delicious soup! I had some frozen butternut squash that needed to be used, so made this for lunches this week. Had a bit for snack and will serve with cheese and some tortilla chips. Yum! Thanks for posting!
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  3. Roxygirl in Colorado
    I made a few changes: used 1 green pepper, substituted one can of chicken broth, plus 1/2 cup tomato sauce for 14 ounces tomatoes. After I cooked it I decided to try slightly pureeing the soup and LOVED the texture, so I did the rest. The squash pureed roughly and the beans and corn stayed whole. I enjoyed the creaminess of the squash much more. It reminded me of a tortilla soup in a restaurant. Delicious! Roxygirl
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  4. Roxygirl in Colorado
    I made a few changes: used 1 green pepper, substituted one can of chicken broth, plus 1/2 cup tomato sauce for 14 ounces tomatoes. After I cooked it I decided to try slightly pureeing the soup and LOVED the texture, so I did the rest. The squash pureed roughly and the beans and corn stayed whole. I enjoyed the creaminess of the squash much more. It reminded me of a tortilla soup in a restaurant. Delicious! Roxygirl
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  5. tarawildflower
    great stuff. loved it- just remember to not advertise it as vegetarian due to the chicken broth. super yummy though, and I'm not a vegetarian! :)
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