Ingredients: Dehydrated pinto beans, texturized vegetable protein (Soy flour, caramel color, niacinamide, ferrous sulfate, calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6), riboflavin (B2), vitamin B12.), tomato powder, yellow corn meal, chili powder, freeze-dried corn, sea salt, dehydrated red and green bell peppers, dehydrated onions, dehydrated mushrooms, spices, garlic granules.
Instant vegetarian chili entree to warm you up after a day of hiking.
Ingredients: crushed pinto beans, caramel colored textured vegetable protein (soy four), tomato powder, corn meal, chili powder, freeze-dried sweet corn, low sodium salt, mixed red & green bell pepper, chopped onion, sliced mushrooms, garlic granules, cumin seed, oregano, and basil. Allergen information: soy
Made in USA.
A savory blend of pinto beans, corn, mushrooms & spices. MEATLESS ENTREES
|Calories from fat:||20|
|Calories per serving:||270|
|Dietary fiber:||13 grams|
|Food Features:||Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Food Type:||No Meat|
|Saturated fat:||0 grams|
|Serving size:||1-1/4 cup|
|Servings per container:||2 serving(s)|
|Total fat:||2 grams|
|Trans fat:||0 grams|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||096152101016|
If you like your chili to be the con carne variety, however, you might want to try something else, like the Alpine Air Tamale Pie with Beef, as the omission of meat is notable to the palate.
That said, this meal has a nice level of spice and heat (though some might want to add more heat) and is rather tasty, if you don't mind the absence of beef.
All the freeze dried food producers make a chili meal but to me, this is the tastiest of the vegetarian entries. Great as a base for adding other ingredients like additional spices & meat if you're so inclined.
I really enjoyed this one. Lots of flavor, nice and filling. I added some spices of my own based on the earlier reviews (a dash of cayenne and chili powder) and they gave it a nice kick.
My friend and I shared this as our main course on our final night in the Smoky Mountains and it was a warm, satisfying treat well deserved on that cold, rainy night. Delicious!
This does not have enough spice or meat. It was mostly red beans, which is okay, but I wouldn't call it chili.