Multi-Bean Chili

The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Even confirmed carnivores will love this meatless chili because it's rib-sticking thick. If you like, add a dollop of low-fat sour cream or nonfat plain yogurt to each serving. Or try it with minced scallions and a little shredded Cheddar. In any case, have bottled hot red pepper sauce on hand to pass alongside.

"Found this ok. Followed the recipe but it was really watery and did not have a great flavour. Ended up adding in a package of soy meat, mushrooms, green pepper, carrots and simmering for about 2.5 hours. Much better after that. "
Multi-Bean Chili

17 Reviews for Multi-Bean Chili


A definite addition to the family dinner menus on those chilly nights. However, I substituted two cups chicken broth for the 3 cups water because I didn't think it would have enough flavor and added a little rice because it was not thickening.

po, Pomona, NY


The taste was good, but it was soupy and not chili-like in consistancy even though I did not add any where near the amount of water the recipe called for. But it was fast and warming. By the way, I used beans I had cooked up the prior weekend and so just had pintos and kidney beans but used the same amount as 3 cans.

Anonymous, Roxbury, MA


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