OTHER LANGUAGES: German
Now I would like to introduce you to my recipe Chili sin Carne. A chili vegetarian or vegan, which makes you full and happy without meat.
You want it spicy and uncomplicated? Aquí está, here you are right!
A lot of guests can eat there. My chili quickly gets on the table and makes everyone happy.
Have fun cooking and eating.
1. Chili sin Carne – it’s all in the Shopping
Well, I’ll whisper it in your ear now: Chili sin Carne is one of the fastest stews I know. Guaranteed to work, no matter whether it’s prepared in a student dormitory or in an office kitchen!
The greatest effort is made when shopping. For a good Chili sin Carne, please get the following ingredients:
- smoked tofu
- strained canned tomatoes
- canned kidney beans
- canned sweet corn
- fresh red peppers
- fresh garlic
- fresh red chilli pepper
- flat parsley or spring onions
- olive oil
- vegetable broth
- paprika powder
- salt and pepper
2. The Way to fiery hot Chili – the Preparation
What do you have to do now to prepare your chili quickly and safely?
- Cutting – onion, garlic and fresh paprika in cubes, chilli pepper in fine rings
- Rasps – smoked tofu, lime peel
- Open cans – kidney beans, sweet corn, strained tomatoes
- Mixing – granulated vegetable stock
- Fry – onion, garlic, tofu, paprika and chilli
- Everything in one pot – all ingredients except parsley or spring onion, which are for decoration
- Seasoning – chilli, sugar, salt, pepper, paprika, cumin
That was fast, wasn’t it? 😉
3. Vary and stay vegan
My recipe is a typical preparation, a kind of basic recipe. I would also like to give you some ideas and variation possibilities. Let yourself be inspired by my little overview.
|Instead of meat||Further ingredients|
|Natural or smoked tofu||Soy sauce or Tamari|
|Black beans, mountain lentils or Beluga lentils||Apple vinegar plus sugar|
|Potatoes or sweet potatoes||Thyme and marjoram|
|Soya slices||Grated black chocolate or dark cocoa|
Note Soy chopped: I have not yet found a 100% convincing product, I prefer to stick to the smoked tofu, the taste is excellent!
4. Recipe Chili sin Carne
- 300 g tofu I use 2 pieces of smoked tofu
- 250 g kidney beans equivalent to 1 can
- 250 g sweet corn equivalent to 1 can
- 250 g strained tomatoes
- 2 pc fricasseed red pepper
- 2 pc onions
- 4 pc garlic cloves
- 2 pc chilli peppers
- 3 tbs olive oil
- 3 tbs tomato paste
- 400 ml vegetable broth
- 2 tsp lime rubbing
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 5 pinches black pepper
- 2 pinches brown sugar
- 4 tbs fresh flat parsley, roughly chopped or leek rings from spring onions
- Cut 2 red peppers into 1 cm cubes. Set aside.
- Grate the smoked tofu with a suitable grater and prepare.
- Finely dice the onions. Chop the garlic very finely - do not put it through the garlic press! Otherwise it would become bitter! Remove the seeds from the chillies and dice very finely.
- Sauté the onions with 3 tablespoons of olive oil in a large saucepan. Add the chilli and garlic and sweat it.
- When the onion cubes are glassy, add the grated tofu to the pot and fry at high heat for 3-5 minutes.
- Then add the diced peppers and fry for another 3 minutes.
- Put 1 tin of corn and 1 tin of kidney beans in a sieve. Rinse very briefly with cold water.
- Add the beans and corn to the frying pan, add the strained canned tomatoes.
- Pour in the vegetable stock. Add tomato paste and stir in with a wooden spoon. Season with grated 1 lime, cumin, paprika powder, sugar, salt and pepper.
- Let the chili simmer for a good 30 minutes. Stir well so that nothing burns. Sprinkle with spring onion rings or roughly chopped parsley. Bon appetit!
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OTHER LANGUAGES: German