What is Chili sin Carne? Very easily. This is a chili con carne for real vegans. So, no animal products are guaranteed. A delicacy with a Mexican touch that is perfect for any season. For the preparation of this delicious dish is actually the Basic recipe of the classic chili con carne taken and the meat just left out. As a meat substitute, you can of course also take soy pretzel or tofu. Fried pumpkin or breaded zucchini are also not a bad idea for the vegan chilli, as are water soaked and chopped walnuts for raw food fanatics.
In today’s recipe for vegan chilli con carne we have opted for an extremely light version of it that you can prepare without any meat substitutes.
Very fast, very easy, very healthy! In addition, 100% gluten-free.
If you fancy something hearty and cozy, but do not eat meat, then you should definitely try this vegan recipe. So let’s go!
Delicious chili sin Carne with guacamole and nachos
The healthy ingredients for your chili sin Carne:
for 2 people
- a red and a yellow pepper
- 1 big onion
- 4 cloves of garlic
- a big red chili pepper
- 1 jalapeno (if you like it very spicy)
- 1 tbsp organic coconut oil
- 200 g of corn in a glass – preferably organic
- 350 g kidney beans in the glass
- 200 g of black beans in the glass
- 3 tablespoons tomato paste
- 1 tablespoon paprika powder, sweet
- 400 g peeled tomatoes in glass
- 2 tbsp cumin
- salt and pepper
- 1 stalk of rosemary
- 20 g dark chocolate
- 1 lime
- 1 tablespoon of maple syrup or sugar beet syrup
- fresh coriander or parsley as decoration
Vegan delicacy in the Mexican style
Chili sin Carne: The preparation
Working time: 30 minutes
Difficulty level: easy
Cut the onion into small pieces. Wash the red and yellow peppers, remove the seeds and finely chop. Cut red chilli and jalapeno just as small and, if desired, crush with a little rosemary and salt in a small bowl. Finely chop garlic cloves. In a large pot, heat the coconut oil to medium heat and fry the onion in a glass. Add the sweet paprika and the cumin and sauté briefly. Then chilli, garlic and jalapeno (careful: only if you really like it really hot!) And sauté for 20 seconds. Add the red and yellow peppers and stir fry until the spices develop their delicious scent.
Add black and kidney beans as well as corn one by one to the remaining ingredients in the pot and stir well. Add peeled tomatoes and pieces of tomato puree and season to taste with salt and pepper. Simmer over medium heat for about 20 minutes, until the peppers soften. If you like the corn and the beans crispier, you can add them to the gravy ten minutes later.
The sweetness is important!
Round off the chili sin Carne with the dark chocolate, the juice of the lime and the maple syrup. Garnish with the fresh coriander and serve with cooked rice, guacamole and nachos. That’s how easy it is!
Cooked with love and enjoyed in good company
Chili con tofu – even better if it is smoked
Red or yellow lentils instead of black beans
Chives and vegan cream as a garnish
Prefer organic natural ice cream as an accompaniment to Chili sin Carne
Dürüm bread or tortillas instead of traditional bread
You can also use cherry tomatoes and basil in the preparation
A healthy autumn variant of chili sin carne with roasted pumpkin
Mexican wraps filled with chili con carne and garnished with avocado and cilantro
Small pieces of avocado and vegan mayo go well with the dish
And here’s a great video recipe for chili sin carne with soy: