Black Bean Chili #6
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Black Bean Chili #6
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:08:54 AM. Recipe ID 35612. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Black bean chili #6
 Categories: Vegetable
      Yield: 4 Servings
      1    Onion
      1    Sweet pepper (green or red)
      1    -(up to)
      6    Cloves garlic (adjust to
           -taste); "saute" in:
      2 tb Or so of Kidney bean juice
      1 cn Low-salt tomatoes (or
      1 tb Oregano
      1 tb Chili powder (adjust to
      1 tb Cumin
      1 c  Banana peppers w/juice (in
           -jar) (my special touch)
      1 cn Kidney beans w/juice
      1 cn Black beans w/juice
  Date: Sat, 8 Jun 1996 12:26:37 -0400
  From: "Mary Wehring (AdPak)"  You asked for
  Spanish/Mexican vegan dishes. Rice and bean dishes using Mexican
  spices are the foundation of my diet. You could go as simple as
  chili... here's my recipe... everyone has (or should have :>) their
  own. Sorry if canned foods offend anyone... I try to get low-salt,
  but haven't made the jump to soaking my own beans yet.
  "Saute" onion, pepper and garlic in 2 tablespoons or so of kidney bean
  juice.  Add tomatoes, spices and banana peppers; simmer for 10 mins
  or so. Add water or more pepper juice if needed. Add beans. Heat
  through. Serve over rice or potato, or with ff tortilla chips.
  This is a really elementary recipe, and easy to remember because it's
  just one of everything :), but it's served me well over the years.
  You could also do a Spanish Rice... I add the same spices as above
  and a little tomato juice or sauce and/or pepper juice to the cooking
  water before I cover the rice. I make something I call Fajita
  Pitas... strips of veggies saute/steamed in a modified commercial
  fajita marinade (follow the directions, but substitute bean juice for
  oil). I toss some kidney beans in at the end, heat through and serve
  on whole wheat pitas... more satisfying to me than tortillas & easier
  to find fatfree.
  If you wanted to do an appetizer you could make a layered "dip" of
  mashed beans (with chili powder & cumin added) topped with salsa,
  lettuce, onion, & chopped tomatoes and serve it with baked tortilla
  chips. I would put a layer of seasoned rice in there too
  :) but I put rice in everything.
  From the Fatfree Vegetarian recipe list.  Downloaded from Glen's MM

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Recipe ID 35612 (Apr 03, 2005)

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