Almost 1.6 million people in Germany will eat vegan in 2022. The vegan diet has many advantages, both for animal welfare, for the environment, and for oneself. The sometimes criticized vegan diet lacks protein and nutrients for a long time. Today, there are many vegan protein sources that are packed with plant-based protein. A good example of this is legumes such as peas, lentils and beans: 100 g of beans contain 21 g of protein, almost corresponding to the protein content of chicken breast fillet (23.5 g per 100 g). To show that a plant-based diet can be not only high in protein but also tasty, food manufacturer Deli Reform has developed a plant-based chili sin carne recipe. Because Deli Reform is a pioneer in the plant-based food market: they have been producing plant-based margarines and spreads for more than 60 years, becoming a promoter of plant-based nutrition. Chili contains corn, kidney and white beans and is a balanced meal with almost 20g of protein per serving and valuable fiber. Deli Reform’s versatile, vegan plant-based cream is used to roast ingredients, which ensures virtually splatter-free roasting and clean cooking. A handy bottle with a practical measuring scale enables clean and precise dosing and avoids chaos in the kitchen. More information is available at www.deli-reform.de.
Although the exact origin of traditional chili con carne is unknown, it is believed to have been first cooked by Native Americans in the US state of Texas. Inspired by Mexican cuisine, in which it is customary to mix different types of chili, the dish gets its unique flavor. Two ingredients should not be missing in any chili con carne, meat and chili. For the rest of the composition, the ingredients can be changed.
Chili that tastes better “without” than “with”
Today there are many chili recipes. Chile is originally prepared based on minced meat, from which the name can also be derived. “Con” means “with” in Spanish, so chili con carne means chili with meat. Chili sin carne, on the other hand, means “without” meat. Deli Reform’s vegan recipe is therefore ideal for creating a delicious vegan alternative to a meat classic.
Classic Tex-Mex with a vegan twist
To prepare Chili sin Carne yourself, you only need a few ingredients and half an hour. Tex-Mex stew is made from onions, garlic and red chilies, which are lightly fried in Deli Reform Cooking Easy to develop their best flavor. Simply Cooking is made from pure vegetable oils and is rich in essential omega-3 fatty acids that the body cannot produce on its own. In addition, the vegan vegetable cream is lactose-free, preservative-free and palm oil-free. A handy 500ml bottle with a practical measuring scale ensures precise dosing for frying onions, garlic and chilli. Roughly chopped peppers are added for an added vegetable and fiber boost.
This mix of beans, white beans and corn acts as a meat substitute and provides a high plant protein content to the dish without any animal products. Finally, a can of crushed tomatoes and a bit of soy sauce are added to the pot, which gives the dish a particularly intense flavor. Now the chili needs to be seasoned with salt and pepper and cooked briefly so that the flavors develop well. Vegan chili sin carne is served on crusty wholemeal bread, which is briefly fried in Deli Reform Easy Cooking. The perfect plant-based chili sin carne is ready.
By the way: To put an end to the confusion and endless reading of ingredient lists at the supermarket, Deli Reform Simply Cooking has a clearly visible V-Label.
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Of which active: 25 minutes
Vegan Chili sin Carne
Ingredients (serves 4)
- 1 onion
- 1 clove of garlic
- 1 small red chili pepper 1 red, yellow and green pepper each 1 can kidney (drained weight: 240 g)
- 1 can of white beans (drained weight: 240 g)
- 1 can of corn (drained weight: 140 g)
- 100 ml Deli Reform Just cooking
- 1 tin of chopped tomatoes (= 400 g)
- 50 ml soy sauce
- 1 small vegan wholemeal bread (about 300 g)
- 4 coriander sprigs
- salt, freshly ground pepper
Nutritional values per serving
- Calorific power 1781 kJ, 425 kcal
- carbohydrates 49 g
- Egg white 11.3 g
- Fat 19 g BE 4
- Peel the onion and garlic. Finely chop the onion and crush the garlic. Next, wash and halve the chilli and then cut it into fine dice. Remember to remove the cores! Then halve and clean the peppers. It is better to cut it into large cubes. Wash the beans and pods and drain them along with the corn.
- 40ml Deli Reform Simply heat a saucepan over medium to high heat and sauté the onion, garlic, chilli and pepper for approx 5 minutes on all sides. Add the bean-corn mixture and fry for another 3 minutes. Next, pour the chopped tomatoes and soy sauce. Cover and cook chili sin carne on low heat for 5-8 minutes.
- Almost done: now cut the bread into rough strips and heat the remaining 60ml in a Deli Reform Simply Cooking pan over a medium heat. Fry the bread strips in it for 3-5 minutes on both sides until they are crispy. Wash the coriander, shake dry and finely chop. Season the vegan chili sin carne with salt and pepper and serve with coriander and crusty bread.
Nutrition facts for the recipe: Vegan Chili sin Carne
Deli Reform Easy Cooking oils are purely vegetable, and therefore ideal for a vegan diet.
This chili recipe has a protein content of 14.8%, making it an excellent source of protein.
The human body needs proteins to build muscles, among other things. Protein can help increase performance and is important for building muscle.
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