I am very excited to share this really tasty chilli sin carne recipe from the Veginner’s Cookbook. Written by Bianca Haun and her partner Sascha Naderer, this is the ultimate starter guide for any new vegans out there or for anyone who is just veg-curious,I met Bianca online in the food bloggers club and have fallen in love with her simple recipes, amazing food pictures and friendly, positive attitude. I was so happy to hear that she has published her very first book, and was thrilled to be asked to review it and try out a few recipes.Together with boyfriend Sascha, they have created this fab book full of 75 seriously good recipes with a broad appeal. Many of the recipes are traditional recipes but remade into simple, plant-based meals and they're hoping that you won’t even need to look at the recipes again after making them a few times. Their mission is to prove that vegan food doesn’t have to be repetitive, difficult or inaccessible.Think spaghetti carrot Bolognese, cashew 'parmesans', sweet potato Hawaii burger, stovetop avocado pizza, 'cheesy' Tex Mex wraps and African Peanut stew. For those of you with a sweet tooth like me, there are waffles with warm raspberry sauce, no-bake lime and blueberry cheesecake and chocolate covered almond cake!Today I picked the chilli sin carne recipe to share with you because I love any spicy, comfort-style food. What I love most about this recipe is how simple it is. And cheap! You literally need a few cheap ingredients to create a one-pot meal that's steaming hot, delicious and nutritious. I also like the added special twist… cocoa powder. It makes it very rich and adds a lush dark colour. It tastes really great the next day… that is if you can bear to leave it to rest for 24 hours, it's a challenge I tell you.
Here's the healthy chilli san carne recipe
This chilli sin carne recipe is gorgeous, just like Bianca’s book. Easy, simple, tasty recipes with gorgeous pictures is my final verdict on her book. If you are thinking of transitioning to a plant-based diet or, just want to add more vegetable-based meals to your lifestyle, then this book is perfect. You can buy it in here and make sure you also check out Bianca’s blog here.If you are after more delicious recipes make sure you check my healthy bolognese, dairy free risotto or butternut squash pasta!