Rainbow Veggie Chilli

November was the month of floods …

Our garden under water last week!

And December looks like it’s going to be a month of deep freeze.

So, from now on, I’ll be cooking lots of hearty, warming dishes that will fuel us through this cold snap.

One of my favourite cold weather dishes has got to be Mexican chilli.  As well as warming us up, I love to make a chilli filled with colours that stimulate our senses. Aren’t veggies beautiful? Just seeing all those colours is enough to put a big smile on my face 🙂

So here’s how I make our ‘Rainbow’ Chilli…


Have a wonderful weekend everyone! Stay warm & dry 🙂 xx

This recipe has been submitted to Ricki Heller’s Wellness Weekend & Healthy Vegan Friday

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11 Responses to Rainbow Veggie Chilli

  1. Beautiful photos and the chilli looks amazing! Thanks so much, Sharon!~!
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  2. Oh my word I hope that flood didn’t get in your house! I love chilli at this time of year and that looks delicious 🙂

  3. I love all of those colors in the veggie bowl…indeed a smile does come to your face.

    Your chili looks perfectly delectable. This time of year is quite suited to warm bowls of soup/chili.

    Hopefully you won’t have a complete freeze so that things would be dangerous…maybe just enough to make for some pretty pictures.

    I hope things have been going well for you, M, and Lil’ L. It is amazing how quickly Christmas will be here and yet I am not prepared at all (although I do have a Christmas tree up). I am quite in the mood for the holiday, but it seems there is always something else that needs to be done BESIDES decorating the house.

    Hopefully this weekend I will get to make some holiday cookies and do a little bit of decorating 🙂
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    • Our Christmas Tree is finally up, which is lovely as the house looks far cosier with the tree & fairy lights. I wasn’t feeling particularly festive, but reading people’s blog posts is starting to really get me in the mood 🙂 This weekend I need to write the Christmas Cards and finish the Christmas shopping. I’ve still got lots of presents to buy!

  4. I hope the flood hasn’t been too awful and hasn’t affected your life too much!

    That chilli looks delicious 🙂 I love that sort of food when it’s really cold outside!
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    • Fortunately the floods didn’t reach our house, so we’re absolutely fine. The garden’s drying out too, so no damage done.
      It was pretty spectacular to see all the fields flooded. I started to feel like I was living next to a lake! Now the water’s gone and the fields are covered in frost. Yet another spectacular view! I feel so grateful to live next to such a beautiful piece of countryside. Such a shame that the local council keeps trying to build a car park on it 🙁

  5. Oh my goodness, I can’t believe that is your yard! Hopefully it didn’t affect your house? And now freezing temps? Geez, it is just relentless this season!
    Good thing for beautiful, hearty, warm meals like that beautiful chili! I love that photo with all the colors. I always make it a little challenge to see how many veggies I can add to my chili–sometimes there are far more veggies than beans in it! Yum! One of my all-time favorite meals in the winter. I hope that weather settles down a bit for you–you deserve it!
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    • It’s freezing cold here at the moment but at least it’s dry! The countryside is looking really beautiful in the mornings, with the trees & fields covered in frost. I’m starting to feel like I’m in Narnia 😉

  6. Ana

    I LOVED this recipe! I tried in yesterday night and it was so perfect! I ended up adding a good deal of cayenne, paprika, chili powder and cumin to it and I love how the flavors complement the veggies! I also have some organic corn tortillas that I am currently toasting up, per your suggestion! I don’t have kids yet, but when I do, those other tips will definitely come in handy and I will be one prepared mama. Thank you SO MUCH! BEST RECIPE EVER!

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