What is Chili Con Carne? It seems that most people have tried it or at least heard about it. The story of this Mexican dish is very interesting. The name comes from Spain, but the dish itself originated in Texas but was inspired by Mexico. Confusing… So who owns it?
Texans have claimed Chili as their own and even made it the official dish of Texas. The main idea of this recipe was meant for people who went on trails and needed to bring something to boil in the pot over the fire.
The original recipe consists of meat, but our version of Vegan Chili Con Carne, also known as Chili Sin Carne (Chili without meat) is a very easy recipe for some fast meal or casual dinner with friends and family. It’s warm and comforting food, which will leave you feeling full and happy.
P.s Texan Chili fanatics say that it’s illegal to add beans into Chili. But since it’s Chili Sin Carne, we love that extra protein, sorry not sorry!
Fry the Naturli’ Minced in Naturli’ Organic Spreadable , add chilli and cumin.
Chop fresh chilli and add with the beans (remember to drain the water from the beans first) and chopped tomatoes. Add vegetable bouillon, and salt and pepper to taste. Allow to simmer.
Serve with bread, Alpro Naturel, a little fresh chilli and parsley.
This easy and fast Chili Sin Carne recipe will be a great add on for your vegan stew. If you have some extra time on hand, you can leave the chili slow cook in the pot for 10-20 minutes more, which will bring more taste to your dish.
In fact the steps are similar to our Spaghetti Bolognese recipe where you can use our as well. Both of the recipes are easy, and family friendly!