Chili Con Corn



The Vegan Stoner's Chili Con Corn

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

everything i love, i'm making this recipe...must find corn from the "Corn Guy Company" first...best freakin vegan blog ! thank you...

Faelyn said...

Gonna have to try this one! Thanks for sharing! I love Chili.

Mandi said...

I just want you to know that this website has inspired me to make the transition from vegetarian to vegan. I'm loving it, thanks so much for making me realize how easy it is! <3

Sandra said...

Making this today! I found your site from Stumble Upon and was instantly hooked. Love it!

Christine (The Raw Project) said...

Looks simple and fabulous, thanks!

Anonymous said...

I found your site through a friend and I am SO GLAD I did. This looks incredible, and I love how simple your recipes are, from layout to ingredients.

Thanks for making cooking so easy!

veganjen said...

I found your website yesterday and my little brother and I love it!

Anonymous said...

All of your recipes are simple and good, thanks

Designs Good said...

You're site is awesome--love your illustrations!

Anonymous said...

can't wait for the book. :)

Vegan on a Shoestring said...

I've never cooked with dried TVP. Do you know if it's basically the mother of what Morningstar "beef crumbles" are?
http://veganonashoestring.blogspot.com

The Vegan Stoner said...

I don't know what that product is made of , but TVP can be used as a ground meat replacer.

You can usually find it in a bulk bin and it's often a lot cheaper than processed faux meats that come pre-seasoned.

Little Jo Berry said...

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my roomate has recently joined the vegan side and he has lots of trouble finding recipes. I'm stoked to show him your blog!!!
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-Little jo Berry!

veggieangie said...

I'm in love with your blog. You guys are totally awesome.

Health Zoomer said...

microwave a potato to add and it's more like a stew. Also use hot sauce instead of BBQ sauce for more of a Texas chile taste.

Julia said...

I have started eating vegetarian and you must be careful because most soy is GMO and so people have allergic reactions. Plus Vegetable protein is often extracted using HEXANE which is a neurotoxin. You have to make sure its organic soy to make sure. Look into it! Its a big dirty secret of the veg industry I think, theyre like oh you think youre gonna be healthier by replacing meat...hows this dangerous neuro-toxin! :(

Amanda (Mandah) Lenhardt said...

I'm gonna make this tomorrow! Super stoked. Thanks for the great recipes :)

Olivia said...

I'm looking through your recipes having commented on the one I made, but this one looks scrumptious! Now I just printed this recipe and hopefully will make it this weekend! All of your recipes are so great! Thank you!

Kristin said...

Made it last night- fast, cheap, and DEEElish. Leftovers tonight :) Thanks!!

Brooke said...

mmmm YUM! i made this tonight. so incredibly easy!!! i sauteed a clove of minced garlic with the onion, and used both BBQ sauce and hot sauce. i also used frozen corn because i like it better. and topped it with chunks of avocado. all i can say is THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i need easy recipes like this. :)

Dan said...

Just made this with Diana's BBQ sauce and it's a bit, i don't know, "tangier"? Give it a try!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for another great recipe! We went camping this weekend, and this was the perfect dinner. It was easier, and even more flavorful, than the chili I've been making at home.

Susan R said...

Looks tasty and I have a potluck coming up so I am going to try it with some great cornbread I learned to make recently.

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