“2020 has been something else ain’t it?” she says in the video. Tabitha’s chili uses three types of beans and substitutes pecans for meat! Her chili recipe uses kidney beans, black beans, and baked beans.
Brown is her positive, optimistic self in the video as she shares how to add spices, peppers, and tomatoes to her meal. No vegan chili is complete without vegan cheddar cheese and chives. As Brown shares in her video, “As the world starts to feel a little bit heavy, I hope that making a little bowl of chili can make it a little bit lighter. Let’s focus on the positive.”
Watch the video, below:
Source: Tabitha Brown/Youtube
Enjoy these homemade vegan chill recipes below:
- Healthy Chili
- Three Bean and Sweet Potato Chili
- One-Pot Spicy Three Bean Chili
- Best Vegan Chili
- Sweet Potato and Quinoa Chili
- High Protein Sweet Potato Chili
- Sprouted Kidney Bean Chili
- Lentil, Kidney Bean and Chickpea Chili
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