Hearty chili mix. Vegan. Never ending discovery. New Mexico, land of enchantment. Site of the Pueblos and cliff dwellings of ancient cultures. Center of the age-old crafts still practiced by their ancestors. Home to landscapes ranging from snow-covered mountains to desert plains and climates from bone-chilling to blistering. Our Vegetarian Chili Mix is pleasantly fiery, spiced just right with jalapeno peppers. We love to hear your feedback! Please contact us at www.FantasticFoods.com and reference the best by date & lot number printed on the bottom of the box. Fantastic assurance. Vegan. Kosher. Low fat. 0 g sat fat. 0 g trans fat. High in fiber. Good source of iron, vitamin A and vitamin C. See nutrition information for sodium content. A never ending discovery. www.FantasticFoods.com. 100% recycled paperboard. The paperboard of this carton is made from 100% recycled paper fiber. Minimum 35% post-consumer content. Product of USA.
6.4 oz (181 g) x 6
about 4 per pack
Requires one 15 oz. can of beans and one 14.5 oz can of tomatoes. Cooking: Stove Top: 1. In a large pot, bring 2-1/2 cups of water to a boil. Add Fantastic World Foods Vegetarian Chili. Mix and stir well. 2. Add 1 can of your choice of whole beans (kidney, pinto, or black), drained and rinsed. 3. Add 1 can of stewed or diced tomatoes, drained. 4. Reduce heat and simmer on low for 10 minutes with the lid. Microwave: 1. In a 3 quart microwave-safe glass casserole dish, combine 2 cups of warm water and Vegetarian Chili Mix. Add 1 can drained of your choice of beans (kidney, pinto, or black) and 1 can drained of stewed or diced tomatoes. 2. Cover and microwave on high for 5 minutes. 3. Stir, cover, and return to microwave. Cook on high for 5 additional minutes (Microwave ovens vary; cooking time is approximate).
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