This bean chilli recipe makes the perfect choice for a hearty supper when served with rice, and also works as party food if served nacho style with tortilla chips and guac (yummy). It’s easy to swap in ingredients to suit
This hearty, healthy, and delicious vegetarian chilli is packed with good-for-you ingredients. You may not even notice that there isn’t any meat in this chilli as it made with protein-rich beans and tender sweet potato. It’s perfect for a meat-free Monday!
Love having spicy food or food with tempting garlic aroma and delicious flavour? Probably the easiest way of getting that taste is by adding chilli garlic sauce while cooking or serving it as a dip. With plenty of options available
Chrissy Teigen is spending much of her quarantine time cooking. The former supermodel has shared several recipes on her social media handles and even has a separate Cravings by Chrissy Teigen handle especially for her food recipes. Chrissy Teigen recently tried
Devastatingly simple. Incredibly tasty. It also just happens to be vegan. Don’t be afraid of the amount of garlic. It’s the main flavour of the dish and it really needs it. Prep time: 5 minutes | Cooking time: 10 minutes SERVES four
To a Texan, the idea of a meat-free chilli may seem as nonsensical as a vegetarian ragù bolognese would to an Italian – purists won’t even allow their beef to be contaminated with beans, let alone replaced by it. Just
The number of people cutting down on meat and dairy, or cutting these foods from their diets entirely, has been rising over the last decade. The number of vegans in the UK, for example, quadrupled between 2006 and 2018, according
Papaya salad with peanuts. Photograph by Emily J. Davis You’ve probably never seen an Indian joint that looks like The Yellow Chilli. Modern and stylish with lots of Bollywood sparkle, it’s a Tustin franchise licensed by celeb chef Sanjeev Kapoor,
QUICK VEGETARIAN CHILLI This flavourful chilli has everything you need to help you hit your PBs. Sweetcorn contains carbohydrates to boost energy, tomatoes provide lycopene for heart health and fibre-filled kidney beans help the gut absorb nutrients that build muscle.