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Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili for Two

EatingWell Serves Two

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A rich, dark and flavorful combination of our favorite Southwestern flavors. It also doesn't hurt that sweet potatoes and black beans both make the cut as superfoods. Serve with some warmed corn tortillas and Orange & Avocado Salad.



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"I loved this recipe! I added smoked paprika and a little extra ground chipotle. I also added cheddar cheese on top. I took it for lunch today on top of brown rice and it is very good! It was a little sweet, so next time, to combat the...
Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili for Two

47 Reviews for Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili for Two

01/13/2011
Teriffic comfort food.

Thanks to stq4ikinht for the idea of using smoked paprika. I didn't have ground chipotle, so it made a nice substitute. The only other change was that I substituted lemon juce for the lime juice. A very satisfying comfort dish.

Loved it - great use of sweet potatoes.
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12/06/2010

I loved this recipe! I added smoked paprika and a little extra ground chipotle. I also added cheddar cheese on top. I took it for lunch today on top of brown rice and it is very good! It was a little sweet, so next time, to combat the sweetness of the potato, I might use half the amount of sweet potato and half red potato.

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11/08/2010

This is SO good! So easy and satisfying. Reheats well too if you add a little water. Has become a go-to recipe of mine.

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10/10/2010
Anonymous

I added smoked paprika too, and threw in some fresh spinach toward the end as well. Sometimes I serve it over brown rice to make it stretch. Doubling or tripling the recipe takes barely any more time, and it freezes really well.

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09/07/2010

Another great recipe that combines two of my favorite foods: sweet potatoes and black beans. I love the combination of sweet and spicy. I added extra spice with a diced jalapeno. Delicious!

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