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Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili for 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

49 Reviews for Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili for Two

09/22/2009
Anonymous

I have not made this yet, but am eager to. I plan to use chicken stock in place of water, as I don't eat tomatoes and know it is going to need some added flavor. Seems pretty versatile: could be eaten alone, a healthy breakfast, wrapped in a corn tortilla. Two great superfoods, can not really beat that!!!

dottie

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

This was very tasty and a great vegetarian alternative to meat chili. I did substitute vegetable broth for the water. I will definately make this again.

Jamie, Bloomfiled, NM

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

Extremely easy to make and delicious. I added ground turkey breast, some chicken stock, and extra lime juice. Cook extra and put in the freezer for a rainy day!!!

Jim, Danbury, CT

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

I made a triple batch to eat over a week. I used the canned black Caribbean beans without rinsing for added flavor. I cut down on the chili powder and increased the chipotle for more flavor.

Teresa, Portland, OR

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09/22/2009
Anonymous

This dish tastes amazing! I don't care for a lot of heat, so I left out the chipotle -- chili powder added plenty of flavor all by itself. I tweaked the water with a bit of low-sodium beef broth for the carnivores in the family, and served with brown rice. All in all, a great way to eat well without eating a ton. Definitely a keeper!

Jenny, Miami, FL

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