Jackson Street 5 Alarm Chili

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Jackson Street 5 Alarm Chili

Jackson Street’s finest! This chili packs some serious heat, and is the perfect winter warmer. Kick the cold after a long day on the slopes, or supercharge your game day spread with chili dogs, nachos, or try melting in some vegan queso for a great dip.

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8-10 servings

Ingredients

4 ea Field Roast Mexican Chipotle Sausages Crumbled
1 Large Yellow Onion (Diced)
1 Carrot (Diced)
1 Red Bell Pepper (diced)
4 ea Fresh Habanero pepper
1 Fresh Pasilla pepper
2 Cups frozen corn
1 Large yam, or sweet potato (peeled and diced)
2 15oz cans black beans
1 15oz can crushed tomatoes
1 15oz can diced tomatoes
2 Cups vegetable stock
2 Tbsp Balsamic Vinegar
2 Tbsp Cumin
2 Tbsp Chili powder
6 Cloves of garlic
½ Cup Olive oil
Salt & Pepper to taste

Preparations

In stock pot over medium heat, add 2 tablsepoons oil, onion, carrot, red bell pepper, cumin, and chili powder. Allow to sweat.

Toss remaining peppers with oil, and garlic cloves, roast in a 450°F oven for 15-20 minutes, or until garlic is fully roasted. Remove from oven, and rough chop before adding to stock pot.

Add crumbled Field Roast to stock pot, and reduce to low-medium heat, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking.

Toss yams in oil, and salt, place on a sheet pan, and roast in a 450°F oven for 30 minutes or until soft.

Add black beans, tomatoes, and veggie stock to pot, and increase heat to medium. Stir occasionally, allowing soup to simmer.

Add roasted yams, and frozen corn to soup, and correct for salt.

Jackson Street 5 Alarm Chili

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Kiley

Yum, I just made some quinoa chili with crumbled mexican chipotle sausages and loved it. Can't wait to try this recipe next!

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Sherry Tew

I made this recipe for our annual office chili cook off and got great comments. Many people did not believe it was vegetarian chili because of the apparent "meat" they tasted in the chili!! It was delicious!

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leslie

Any way to get the nutritional information posted for recipes? :) This chili is *****!! But indeed 5+ alarms - very spicy (but not rubber-mouth-inducing spicy, it has a great smokiness that balances the heat - but have a refreshment nearby between bites or you'll be breathing flames).

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Kiley

Hi Leslie - there is nutritional information (product sheets) for each product on our website, but not for the recipes. Glad you like it!

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Valerie

Leslie,
I like to see this info, too! I copy and paste the ingredients into "My Fitness Pal" (www.myfitnesspal.com) and it gives you a nutritional breakdown. I do this with most vegan recipes as most don't provide this info.

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shane

I just made a huge pot of chili for my sons chili cook off at school. I cut up 12 of the chipotle sausages and put them in. it's going to cook for an hour today and I'll reheat it tomorrow for another hour. My question is will the sausage hold up? I read the fine print after I made it and it says not to over cook.
Thank you

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Jennifer

It should hold up just great! It could be frozen even! Cut them into bigger chucks IF you are wanting a chunkier chili. Thanks!

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