This recipe is based off an original recipe in Everyday Ray by the talented Matthew Kenney. Kenney's recipe uses nuts, oil and several other ingredients/spices that I've omitted, substituted out or altered in order to make a fat-free raw chili more akin to my taste preferences. For a truly 100% raw version, use a raw version of ketchup and nama shoyu for the soy sauce.
Chef's Note: As the chili sits, the mushrooms start to release their juices and the chili may get a little watery. Simply drain off the liquid if this occurs, but note that this chili is best served and eaten immediately.
Recipe added on February 27, 2010 by
Remove bottom stems from portobellos and disgard. Break mushrooms in half, or quarters and place into your food processor. Pulse roughly 25 times or until the mushrooms look like ground up meat bits. Transfer mushroom bits to a large mixing bowl. Cut carrots in half or quarters and place in food processor. Pulse about 15 times, or until chunky. I like my carrot pieces slightly larger than my mushroom bits. Transfer to mixing bowl. Cut celery into thirds and place in food processor. Allow motor to run until celery is completely minced. Transfer to mixing bowl. Cut away top and seedy center of red bell pepper, then chop into four equal parts. Place in food processor and allow motor to run until completely minced. Transfer to mixing bowl. In a small food processor or blender, combine remaining ingredients with 2 tbsp of water and allow the motor to run until it's well combined and the garlic clove is pureed (you might want to start with 1-2 tbsp soy sauce and add more to taste). Add puree to mixing bowl and stir to combine. Taste, adding more soy sauce and/or hot sauce to taste. Serve immediately.
Per serving: 94 calories, 1.1g fat, 0mg cholesterol, 19.5g carbohydrates, 5g fiber, 4.1g protein
- Serving Size: 1
- Servings Per Batch: 4
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 73
- Fat 1g
- Carbohydrate 15.30g
- Dietary Fiber3.80g