My Ultimate Chilli Recipe | Slow Cooker | High Protein | Vegan

My Ultimate Chilli Recipe | Slow Cooker | High Protein | Vegan
This is a real winter warmer and crowd pleaser of a recipe, which I can happily say is loved by herbivores and meat-eaters alike. Add as much or as little heat as you like in the form of fresh chillies or chilli powder. I know that a lot of my subscribers have had bumper squash harvests this year, and this would be a great way of using them 🙂

For those of you who are interested, when served with 80g of cooked quinoa, this dish provides 21g of beautiful plant protein, all for under 420 calories.

As promised here is the link to the full written recipe –

Chilli for a crowd

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My Ultimate Chilli Recipe | Slow Cooker | High Protein | Vegan


7 thoughts on “My Ultimate Chilli Recipe | Slow Cooker | High Protein | Vegan”

  1. That looks lovely and can definitely stand a spoon in that dish 😀. Love batch cooking myself and then discovering it a couple of months later in the freezer 😊.

  2. Looks absolutely amazing. This is one we will certainly try. We're also fans of using chocolate, but have never tried coffee. What are your plans for the outdoor kitchen area once you move it? Will it stay as an entertaining space? R x

  3. I'm with you! Certain meals I love to batch cook. Soups stews and sauces can be made for many servings at once and it dirties the same amount of dishes as a small batch. Never thought of chocolate, but akin to a mole, i'd guess. How would you have used coffee in that recipe. Sure looked delicious and a lot of that is grown by the average gardener:))

  4. Love those lights you have around your outdoor kitchen. I used to be vegan myself for a while so I enjoy seeing vegan recipes. That looked scrumptious, perfect for a nippy wet autumn day. Great vid. 👌

  5. Looks good and I expect it tastes every bit as good as it looks!
    When using a slow cooker I always heat the food to simmering first and preheat the cooking pot (cos that's what my manual says 🙂 )

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