1-2-3 Vegetable Chili

1-2-3 Vegetable Chili


"A delicious, satisfying recipe that the whole family will enjoy."


25 m servings
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  1. Mix tomatoes, salsa, beans, corn, zucchini and chili powder in saucepan. Bring to boil on medium-high heat.
  2. Reduce heat to low; simmer 10 minutes.
  3. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons cheese onto bottom of each serving bowl; top with chili. Sprinkle each with additional 2 tablespoons cheese.
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  1. 86 Ratings


I could not find the specific brand of salsa, so used a cheap, generic chunky salsa and it was still excellent. The only thing was there were no instructions to chop the whole tomatoes beforeha...

This wasn't terrible, but it just tasted like salsa with corn and zucchini in it. maybe it would be better if you added another can of beans, because the beans are very sparse, which makes it ha...

Not spicy; add more chili powder, green chilis, and possibly jalapenos. Pretty good for yourself but I wouldn't make if trying to make an impression.

I have been using this recipe a lot, so I thought I should finally give a review. This is THE BEST chili I have ever had!!!! So delicious and perfect for vegetarians!!!! We did a few modifica...

Always a favorite with my housemates-- and only one of them is a vegetarian! It takes no time to make and tastes great with shredded cheddar on top.

I was skeptical of this recipe since it was so easy and didn't require an onion or garlic! It was EXCELLENT. My father-in-law, mother-in-law and hubbie LOVED it. My husband is so excited that...

Very easy! I added more veggies, carrots, yellow squash. I added a dash of red wine and let it simmer for an hour. Another good adjustment has been adding crumbled tempeh for a thicker chili.

My son and I thought it was great, but my hubby was looking for the meat and was disappointed when he didn't find any. Very easy and tasty!

I used one pound of dried pintos, soaked overnight and then added 6 cups water, beef bouillon, onion and garlic powders and a chopped jalapeno and finished cooking the beans. Then I added the r...