8 oz (227g) Ground Beef 1 Bunch (2 oz / 57g) Parsley 1/2 Cup Chipotle in adobo Sauce or Red Chili Sauce Red Chili Sauce 14 oz (397g) Black Beans (Canned or Pre-Cooked) 20 oz (567g) Red Kidney Beans (Canned or Pre-Cooked) 1 Bell Pepper 2 Tomatoes 1 Onion 2 Garlic Cloves 2 Tbsp Olive Oil 2 Tbsp Tomato Paste 1 Tsp Cumin Dried Oregano, Basil, Ground Chili Pepper, Chili Powder PREPARATIONS: 1- Dice the onion, bell pepper and tomatoes. 2- Grind the cumin. 3- Mince the fresh parsley. DIRECTIONS: 1- Fry diced onion with olive oil until translucent. 2- Mash fresh garlic cloves. 3- Stir in dried oregano, basil, ground chili pepper, ground cumin and chili powder. 4- Stir in bell pepper and continue frying for 5 minutes over medium heat. 5- Add ground beef, stir and continue the heat for 7 or so more minutes until the beef turn brown. 6- Stir in tomato paste and chipotle sauce. 7- Add diced tomatoes to the pot and stir well. 8- Add minced parsley, black beans, red kidney beans and add enough water to top the ingredients stir thoroughly. 9- Cover the pot with a lid, over medium-low heat cook for an hour. 10- Garnish with shredded cheddar cheese when serving.
ITALIAN CHILI CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
The best way to enjoy a spicy Italian Chili is to serve it hot on a cold winter day. It is appetizing and delicious. But don't underestimate the benefits and nutritional values of it. In fact it is so nutritious that is ranked as Grade A food on nutrition facts chart. It contains all the essential vitamins and minerals your body need to function and maintain healthy. Italian Chili contains high amounts of vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and vitamin C. It has high amounts of dietary fiber, iron, phosphorus, potassium and thiamin. One serving of Italian Chili (3.5 oz, 100g) has 225 calories (28 calories from fat), 3.1g total fat (0.6g saturated fat), 11mg cholesterol, 52mg sodium, 880mg potassium, 34.9 total carbohydrates (8.9g dietary fiber, 2.4g sugars), and 15.8g protein.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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