Thursday, February 10, 2011

Super Bowl Special: Green Bay Packer's Veggie Chili

In Honor of the Green Bay Packers winning Super Bowl 45, & in Good Stuff tradition this year recipe will be named, Green Bay Packers Veggie Chili. For you true sports fans out there, we added lots of green and yellow veggies. Congratulations to the Packers on an amazing game!

Super Bowl Special: Green Bay Packer's Veggie Chili

4 medium sized zuchinni's chopped
3-4 parsnips chopped
2/3 of a cup of celery chopped
4-5 baby carrots chopped
1 red pepper chopped
1 yellow pepper chopped
1- 24oz can of diced tomatoes
2- 8oz cans of tomatoes paste
1/2 cup of Redbridge Gluten-free beer
2 can of pinto beans
1 can of black beans
1/2 medium red onion chopped
2 cloves of garlic diced
1/2 tablespoon of grape seed oil

(This recipe work great with all spices, here's a simple suggestion below)
2 dried chili peppers
1 tablespoon of wholefoods chili powder

1) Wash and chopped all vegetables and garlic.

2) In a large pot, on medium heat, pour 1/2 tablespoon of grape seed oil. When warm add garlic, and let it sweat for about 2-3 minutes. Then add the chopped onion and let it continue to sweat for about 7 minutes.

3) Add the zuchinni and stir, then add parsnips, if there are hard cover the pot with a lid and let them steam until semi-soft.

4) When veggies are semi soft; add the 24 oz can of diced tomatoes including the juice, 1/2 cup of Redbridge Gluten-free beer, and cans of tomatoes, then stir, and lower heat.

5) Then add the 3 cans of beans & spices, and stir, then cover, and let it simmer for about 15 mins

6) Last but not least add, celery, carrots and peppers, continue simmering for another 10 mins.

Go Packers ! Enjoy ^^

Meat-Lovers version:

Substitute the zuchinni's and parsnips with 1/2 a pound of either ground beef or turkey. After step 1 & 2 add ground meat and cook until well done. Then follow the rest of the recipe.

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