The Crazy Kitchen: Easy Peasy Beany Chilli

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Thursday, 25 August 2011

Easy Peasy Beany Chilli

I love my slow cooker but I usually forget about dinner until past lunchtime, by which time it's too late to start cooking in a slow cooker.


But when I'm organised I like to make a veggie chilli (just don't tell the husband that it's got no meat in....).


It's a very easy recipe, I just chop & throw in the pot, I don't bother with the 'frying off' as that just creates more washing up and the whole point of a slow cooker, in my opinion, is the beauty of 'one pot/less washing up' cooking. Since receiving my Cryotex knives it has made the whole chopping process a lot quicker and easier.


Here's my recipe - you can adjust the intensity of the chilli by adding more chilli flakes or chilli powder or leaving it out completely if you like a mild chilli - the cayenne pepper adds enough spice for some.


Ingredients


1 Onion - chopped
2 Small Carrots - chopped
1 Courgette - chopped
1 Small Butternut squash (approx 450g) - chopped
2 Garlic Cloves - chopped or crushed
290g Can Chilli Beans (in the chilli sauce)
400g Can Chickpeas
400g Baked Beans
1/2 Pint boiling water
1 tsp Paprika
1tsp Cayenne Pepper
1/2 tsp Crushed Chilli Flakes




Throw in the slow cooked, give it a mix and turn onto high and leave for around 4 hours before turning down to low for a further 2 hours or until you are ready to eat it.


And as if it didn't have enough veg in already, I added a couple of scoops of Kidz 5 a day to give it a richer flavour.....and to ensure that we all get our 5 a day!


Serve with Baked Potato/Rice and Cheese, or in a bowl with some crusty bread....



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3 comments:

  1. This is my kind of food. Yummy!

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  2. Tha look and sounds yummy but OH would moan about there be no meat!! We have beef chilli con carne for our dinner tonight funnily enough :0

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  3. jessies_online25 August 2011 16:00

    do what I do.....tell him there is meat but it;'s just been cooked a long time so he probably doesn't notice it!! ha

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