After a loooong time, I have finally managed to grab some time and sort out all the recipes that are in the waiting file. Not the most pleasant place to be. But between work, redecorating the house and preparing for some changes in both private and business life, there was not much time left for what I really enjoy doing – blogging about gorgeous food!
But the first recipe I wanted to share with you after a long break is this Chilli sin Carne. I have decided to share this recipe first because I was really surprised when my sister, the only vegetarian not eating beans, not only ate it but also complimented on this Chilli sin Carne. 🙂 That was the biggest compliment any of my dishes has ever received!
So without further talk, I give you my recipe for Chilli sin Carne. And also Chilli sin chilli as no one in my family likes hot and spicy food. LOL!
- 360 gr mix of different kinds of beans – cooked (usually one can)
- 360 gr red beans
- 2 small paprika or 1 big red
- 1 onion
- 1 tablespoon ground paprika
- 4 small tomatoes
- 1 big carrot or 2 small ones
- 2 small potatoes
- ½ cup tomato juice
- 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
- 1 teaspoon dried vegetables spice (broth/powder or cube)
- 1 teaspoon turmeric
- 1 teaspoon coriander
- spring onion to taste (I used 2 - 3)
- 2 teaspoons coconut or olive oil
- Heat the oil in a big sauce pan and add turmeric and coriander.
- Chop all veggies and add first onion. Fry it for a minute or two.
- Add now chopped carrot and tomatoes and let it cook until water from tomatoes disappears.
- Open cans of beans and rinse them with water.
- Add now beans and immediately water. Stir well.
- Add now potatoes and veggie broth. Put the cover on until it boils then set the fire lower and let it cook for 10 – 15 minutes or until potatoes are done.
- As the last add the tomato juice and the rest of the spices (paprika, smoked paprika and salt to taste).
- Before serving sprinkle it with fresh, chopped spring onion.
- No one in my family likes spicy food so I didn't use pepper or chilli pepper in this recipe. If you are a fan or simply don't mind the hot chilli pepper, add one at the end of cooking.
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