Emeril’s Vegetarian Chili

October 15, 2010 11:46

I don't have time to watch the Food Network much, but the other day I caught Rachel Ray making a Vegetarian Shepherd Pie. While she was preparing the dish, she mentioned that she and her husband go meatless three or four times a week.  Nice.

That got me thinking, and I made a trip to the Food Network website, which, I found out, is loaded with vegetarian recipes.  While searching around, I came upon a great-sounding recipe for vegetarian chili from Emeril Lagasse.  Since I was more in the mood for chili than shepherd's pie, I made the chili first. Emeril serves his over rice, but I like my chili just by itself.  It came out really tasty.

I brought in a batch for my coworkers, and they agreed.  As the weather gets cooler, please give this one a try.  You'll be happy you did.  Enjoy the weekend :)

p.s., I once again couldn't upload my picture from iphoto.  I do have one of this delicious chili and promise to get it up soon.

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Magdolna

over 7 years ago

6e9Below are the ingredients in Wendy's chili.You'll niotce there is a bunch of fake stuff (although not a ton of carbs).So, making your own Chili would be healthier (and probably tastier) than Wendy's.However, eating Wendy's chili will be way better for you than anything else at Wendy's!So it would be better to eat Wendy's chili than cheat on something worse Chili Base (water, tomatoes, salt, citric acid, calcium chloride), Ground Beef, Vegetable Mix (onions, celery, green peppers), Chili Beans (beans, water, sugar, corn syrup, salt, natural flavorings, onion powder, calcium chloride), Kidney Beans (kidney beans, water, sugar, corn syrup, salt, natural flavorings, onion powder, calcium chloride, disodium EDTA [preservative]), Chili Seasoning (sugar, salt, modified corn starch, chili pepper, onion powder, spices, dextrose, garlic powder, citric acid, disodium inosinate & guanylate, xanthan gum, autolyzed yeast extract, soybean oil, caramel color, extractives of paprika, malic acid, red 40, natural and artificial flavor, silicon dioxide [anticaking agent]).


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