Recipe Directions

In a bowl, stir together the mushrooms (dehydration is optional but it makes them more ‘meaty’ textured), half the squash, the bell pepper, and a quarter of the chopped onions. Set aside. In a food processor, puree the rest of the squash and onion with the jalapeno, dried tomato pieces, and tomatoes (and water, 1 tbsp at a time) until it reaches a consistency that you like. Pour ‘sauce’ over the mushroom mixture and stir together. Best served warmed in the dehydrator for a bit, with some raw cornbread or cornchips!

KhaasLadki's Thoughts

I’ve been cooking for my family + my Aunt, Uncle, and niece, and I was making them beef chili (eww…) but it smelled SO GOOD I was dying for a good chili. I ran out to my fridge and found some good stuff to make chili with and this is what I came up with. I didn’t have to add any seasonings or salt, although I’m sure you could if you wanted to.

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This sounds really delicious, I will have to give it a try. Soon.

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thank you for this recipe!
tastes pretty good even without salt
i kind of chopped it too much
next time i'll just puree it, seems like it would make a pretty good soup... doesn't really taste like chilli just yet though...

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rawsooner's Review

Quick n' Yummy Chili
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I tried this meal tonight! Truly delicious! I added chili seasoning and spicy sprouts to kick it up a notch! I'm marinating the second batch for lunch tomorrow. :)

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Yum!! Thanks for the corn cracker recipe. I looooove corn chips! Hugs

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mmmmm chilli :P
beate64 I went to a party recently where the host served is guests raw minced steak, which they eat in a bread roll with raw onion and salt and pepper. they forgot to cater for us, again. people can be pretty ewwwwey cant they, and as sensitive as bricks.

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HAHAHA... the crackers I made with 4 cups of fresh corn kernels, about 1/4 cup flax seeds, a dash of lime juice and some cilantro. I just blended everything up and dehydrated it for about 12 hours until it was crispy! I make them ALL the time :D. I usually don't do lime juice though - most of the time it's just corn, salt, and flax seeds. Glad you all think it looks good!

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This looks lovely! Tell us about the crackers! They look awesome!

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Oh, and by the way... poor thing you... I really would not be able to handle meat anymore, especially not making a dish with hamburger meat... I feel for you!

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Hmm, sounds great! I will make this right now and might add some chopped bac-un to it and maybe some fresh frozen corn (not blanched). I have the whole day cravings for something spicy, hearty... that might be it. Thanks!

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I bet sprouted pintos or black beans would be awesome with this.

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