This is/was a a modified recipe I got off the internet somewhere. Unfortunately I can't find the source anymore, but that's not important.
What is important, is what I've learned:
I forgot to take pics of quite a few things. All in all, there was not much Love going on while cooking - it took too long, the result was a bit meh, and there were too many ingredients that didn't make a big enough impression on me.
(Mistakes/pitfalls are clearly indicated in bold. Amount of ingredients follow from size of container - this is mainly a mental note to myself, anyway. (But that doesn't mean you shouldn't try it!) This is enough for 3 or 4 servings/bowls.
I used 2, the recipe said 1. Different is not always better - use ONE (depending on strenght).
1 tablespoon of chili powder:
1 tablespoon of ground cumin:
1 tablespoon of oregano:
1 tablespoon of paprika powder:
1 red and 1 yellow bell pepper.
Why not 2 red ones? Red is a nice colour, and tastes better/stronger. Use 2 red ones.
Here they are (forgot to take a pic, so this one is borrowed):
can of corn (forgot to take a pic):
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2 cans of kidney/chili beans (also forgot to take a pic):
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rice (if you desire - I like to eat rice with chili).
Yes, this looks like a couple of yak hearts been left to decompose for a week or so in a damp cellar. Use tomato paste instead - added advantage may be the added salt, because resulting chili tastes somewhat bland, yet sharp.
Start cooking the rice - if you want rice to begin with - 15 minutes in this particular microwave:
Then, toss the oregano, paprika powder, cumin, chili powder, onions and peppers into a liberal amount of olive oil. Original recipe said to fry for about 10 minutes - I think that's a bit extreme; a few minutes would probably suffice:
Toss in the mushrooms, bell pepper and corn, and stir-fry/-cook for about 10 minutes until the vegetables become a bit soft:
Finally, toss in the beans and yak-hearts / tomatoes, and cook for about 30 (!) minutes on low heat, while stirring every now and then:
Finally, take a bowl, fill, eat, and let's move on to easier food next time:
Still, enjoy the meal! (May need salt.)
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