Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Very Veggie Chili

Cold enough for you? It's been well below average (even by Boston standards) lately. That means comfort food, namely warm comfort food! 

The latest polar vortex came just in time for my birthday. Which made it even more fitting that I make my Very Veggie Chili for my birthday dinner with friends. 
This chili is filled with veggies, beans, and flavor. I can't compare it to meat chili, but I cant say you won't miss the meat here. 
It's perfect for a cold night and could be a great veggie option at your Superbowl party too. I love topping mine with some vegan cheese, salsa, and gauc, but it's equally good as is. 
I have a feeling you'll love curling up on the couch with a bowl of this as the snow falls outside. 

Still cold? I'm sharing this recipe as part of January's Recipe Round-Up. So go check out these other recipes, from these awesome ladies, that are sure to warm you up this winter!

Worlds Best Comfort Foods - Recipe Round-Up kleinworthco.com

Check out all the other recipes by these AMAZING bloggers that have joined in this month.

14 thoughts on the matter:

Nancy said... {Reply}

A warm bowl of chili -- vegan or otherwise -- is perfect for these cold days. :)

Emily Thompson said... {Reply}

Yum! I'm a vegetarian, so I love this recipes packed full of delicious veggies!! Well done ;o) SO fun to be doing Gina's recipe exchange together! EMily@nap-timecreations

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

Yum! I'm always trying out new veggie chili recipes. This one looks so good!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

I love warm comfort foods during the arctic temps. Can't wait to go through all of the links!

Kim said... {Reply}

Yum! I love how hearty this looks!

Adrienne said... {Reply}

Yummo! Must pin! I have a good crock pot veggie chili I make - nice to have a stove top option! {and could we please have more snow to go with this cold??!!}

Unknown said... {Reply}

Oh my goodness! I love all the veggies you stuffed into this recipe!

Suburban Girl said... {Reply}

Oh this looks great!

Sharon said... {Reply}

Looks like the perfect dinner to warm up with this chilly winter. And happy birthday to you! I hope you enjoy your birthday week!

Vision By Mila said... {Reply}

I should definitely try something from all those recipes! A good chicken soup would be nice!

Anita Johnson said... {Reply}

This looks really good! My church friends have been providing dinners while I have been under the weather...we have had some excellent chili suppers, the perfect comfort food on cold days!

renae said... {Reply}

Yum YUM that looks good and by the ingredients, I can eat it tooo. HM and I will work on this one together, i think. Thanks Tamar!

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Anonymous said... {Reply}

I know exactly which store you go to, because I have some of the same cans on my cupboard:)
Gotto try this obviously healthy chili - thanks for sharing!

Unknown said... {Reply}

You are a great cook!