Vegan Steak Chili is another one of those improbable vegan recipes, yet here we are in the midst of our 30 day of vegan, and I’m writing this recipe. I love chili, and today was a very cold day. The weather can’t seem to make up its mind around here. Chili is one of the hearty soup type recipes that my family can agree on, so we decided to make a vegan chili, and because we had the meat substitute, we made a vegan chili with “steak” pieces.
This recipe for Chili con Carne with Beans is a simple and easy way to make a pot of chili that uses canned roast beef in place of the usual hamburger. It’s simple, delicious, and loaded with flavor. Because this recipe uses a large number of canned ingredients, it’s on the table in about 35 minutes.
You read the title to this post correctly. Coconut Bean Pie is not a typo. I did not mean Coconut Cream Pie. This recipe is also made from pinto beans. I enjoyed the Pinto Pecan Pie so much that I decided to try another recipe. For this one, we opted to leave out the brown sugar and considered using a different extract such as rum or pineapple, but in the end, we chose to stick with vanilla. We added shredded coconut in place of the pecans, but this pie might be good with pecans added in addition to the coconut. […]
Beans and ham are a perfect combination. My usual method of cooking them is to sort and degas the beans, then cook them on the stove top or in my slow cooker. Today, I decided to try something different. I have been having a love affair with my electric pressure cooker, and I have been enjoying how much faster things cook using this method. I was busy doing other things, so I decided to use my pressure cooker to prepare the pinto beans and ham. First, I sorted through the beans then completed the procedure for degassing. After this was completed, […]