No meat? No problem! This recipe has all the taste of a hearty chili and the convenience of a three-ingredient dish without any greasy pans to clean.
We make Yes-You-Can Black Bean Chili in the Food for Life nutrition education and cooking classes I teach for Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, and it always impresses participants. It’s served with lime wedges and fresh cilantro, and students can’t believe how delicious it taste!
Recently, my sister helped with a class I was teaching at a cancer center in South Carolina and, after she tried this chili, she told me it needed to be included on my website. She said that it should be available for everyone–those people just beginning a plant-based lifestyle who want to try easy recipes, and the veteran whole food plant-based folks that want fast uncomplicated meals.
My sister is usually right! So, enjoy this quick and tasty one-pot dish to help simplify your life and meal planning.