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Quick Black Bean Chili Over Lime Couscous Quick Black Bean Chili Over Lime Couscous. Ingredients. Directions. Set a large saute pan, spritzed with olive oil, over medium-high heat. Add the onion and pepper and stir.

Serves: 2 | Serving size: 3/4 cup couscous and 1 1/2 cups chili. Nutrition (per. On to the black beans: Heat the oil until shimmering in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the remaining red onion and cook without stirring.

Heat oil in a large nonstick soup pot over medium heat. Add onion, jalapeno, garlic and salt; cook, stirring occasionally, until onions are softened, about 5 to 10 minutes. Add oregano, cumin, chili powder and cayenne; stir and cook 1 minute. Add beans.

Easy, 5-ingredient chili with black beans, sweet potatoes, and loads of smoky tomato flavor from salsa! An easy, healthy, and fast weeknight meal or make-ahead lunch. Here, tender chicken breast is seasoned with a flavorful chili-lime rub, then skillet cooked and served atop a saute of hearty black beans, sweet corn, and. Stir beans, tomatoes, bell pepper, onion, garlic, and beef broth into slow cooker.

Cover and cook on LOW until beef is tender, about 8 hours. Uncover and cook until slightly thickened, about 30 minutes. Stir in lime juice, and serve immediately with Cilantro-Lime Crema. In a large saucepan of 2 cups water, cook quinoa according to package instructions; set aside.

Heat olive oil in a Dutch oven or large pot over medium high heat. Add garlic and onion, and cook, stirring frequently, until. Cook breaking beef into 3/4-inch crumbles and stirring occasionally, 5 minutes.

Add the onion and bell pepper and cook 1 to 2 minutes. Add the beans, tomatoes, tomato sauce, beer and spices. Cover and cook low heat 30 minutes to blend the.

Heat a large saucepan over medium heat. Add first 4 ingredients; cook for 6 minutes or until turkey is done, stirring frequently to crumble. Stir in chili powder and next 8 ingredients (through broth); bring to a boil. Reduce heat, and simmer 10 minutes.

Stir in cilantro. Serve with lime. Add oregano and cumin and sauté, stirring frequently, until vegetables are tender, adding a few drops of water if they begin to stick. Add contents of cans of black beans and bring to a boil.

Reduce heat and simmer for 20-25 minutes, to allow flavors to blend. Add chopped cilantro and lime juice.

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Add the chicken, couscous, and chickpeas and heat through.

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When the couscous is done, add the spinach, cilantro, and mint and stir to combine.

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  • Beautiful food everything looks so good. It’s winter here and is a chilly night 10 degrees I have just lit the fire. Cant wait to make these dishes

  • Can you please make a video longer than 5 mins??! You boys are in such a rush!!! I’d love to see you both chilling, chatting the camera and cooking comfortably!:D X

  • When we make our version of this we make a salsa to go on top. Mix bunch chopped coriander with chopped red chilli’s, lemon juice (loads), olive oil and little salt. Pour this over the soup and add a poached egg. Yummy!

  • Great slide-by intro just a little more practice and you’ll stop right in front of the camera to begin talking! You gave us a good laugh at the one-leg pelican are you sure it isn’t a penguin? Diana said that horses and other animals do that too. “On one leg?” I replied with a laugh. “Oh no, they stand on three legs and hold one leg up.” You’re getting us to laugh a lot, which is good for our health!

  • Great recipe! My husband has a bowl kidney beans in the fridge at the moment and he couldn’t think of what kind of recipe he could make with them. I think your recipe will definitely be a great idea.

  • The chickpea sandwich is divine! Reminds me of tuna sandwiches my mom made for me when I was little. But these are so much heartier and loaded with healthy veggies and seeds! I also have been eating lots of the salad rolls for the last few weeks! Amazing!

  • Yr bread is so dark. What kind is it. Look like pumpernickel. Every thing looks fabulous. �� I wish they made an emoji face for eating.

  • Ok ya need to stop �� now unless I’m invited Mr!!!!!! �� Yummmm gosh I could eat black beans in anything. Love your vids/cooking. As always!!!!! �������� ��

  • Ok, where have I been?? I just found your channel!!! Good job and I love the video w/ your Grandmother making Jam! so so sweet! Will be making both the Jam and the chili making a shopping list NOW! haha

  • This is wonderful. My mom makes a similar recipe that we call taco soup. Usually that has beef in it, but I was able to get my mom to transfer over to plant based meat for it (not entirely the best but much better) and she likes it more now! It’s so cool to see people making healthier choices. Thank you for posting this recipe!

  • smoked paprica isnt a thing in my country, i‘ve ordered from abroad. wanted to bake some chickpeas, accidentally dumped too much of the spice in it, but thought to myself „ah its fine“. phu boy was i wrong! next up: burritos! thank you! ��

  • I’ve tried the sandwich 5 mintutes ago
    And I’m totally in love with it ����
    This will be my new favorite sandwich, thank you so much

  • It’s been so hot recently and I have tried to find nice no-cook meals and the taco lentil salad is so my favorite right now! I tried it earlier last week and it was so freaking delicious! Planning to do it again today and a larger portion so it lasts for a bit longer:D

  • This looks amazing. I am in the Southwest US and we are experiencing a heat wave. I love to cook and eat, but I do NOT want to use the oven or the stove too much during these times. I will definitely be making these recipes.

  • Hi, Sadia. Can you tell me where you get all of your bowls and trays? They’re gorgeous and I want them really really bad. Thank so much!!!

  • This is so Yummy!!!! Your recipes always make feel so hungry and ready to dive in my kitchen and pretend I know what I am doing LOL.

  • I’m so glad you wrote out the recipe! The cocoa and maple syrup seems unique and makes me want to make this for my family. Will do it soon. Thank you for the video.

  • Just like wow! Would I love to be able to put together my vegan meals like that. They looked so delicious. At the same time they looked so nutritious. Beautiful!!

  • I tried to like the vid at the end, but I already did that earlier xD
    These recipes look amazing; I’m going to be making a variation of the lentil salad dish at the end for dinner tonight. I don’t have any greens at the moment, but I’ll be making a lentil bowl with similar toppings and sauce. Everything looked great. Stupendous content, as always.

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  • Super great video! I have to ask you where you have purchased your crocks/pottery and plates from? OMG!!! I love ALL of them! I want! ����������

  • Lemme tell you, I’m not Vegan but I’m following all these recipes and putting chicken them. They are amazing good job guys, killing it

  • I think you need to learn the difference between “simmering” and “sautéing” you’ll confuse a lot of people saying simmer when you actually mean high heat

  • Make a healthier black bean Sloppy Joes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3J_xFeZrUk

    If you enjoyed the video, don’t forget to Subscribe and hit that Like button!!! Thank you all for your support!!! ��

  • Dude I’m trying to go vegetarian can you like dumb it down… a lot. Maybe simplify it, I’m also American and literally almost all the spices are a foreign language…

  • The salad rolls are amazing! I almost feel guilty for enjoying food this much! So colorful and pretty as well as delicious! Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes!

  • You can not put the word “taco” or “Mexican” on it, I mean, it doesn’t looks like taco or any Mexican food it all, THAT’S A SIN MA´AM.

  • Where do you get your bread from? What kind of bread is it? It always looks super delicious

    And also Thank you for your videos. You are such a great inspiration ����

  • Loveee your Channel! Could you maybe someday do a student options vegan meals videos? With Some cheap or easy ingrediënts to use to still cook vegan?

  • Been looking for a healthy recipe like this one for ages to make in bulk for my weekly meal prep!!! Thanks so much will make this next week ��

  • I think this needs cooking much longer than stated in the recipe. It did NOT seem like chili to me. The last stage of cooking needs to be long enough to cook the last added veggies thoroughly. I was sorely disappointed the first day. Then I put it in a crockpot and let it cook a long while. Much better!

  • you guys are amazing! i didn’t know what to cook today. and guess, what? found you guys!! thank God!! healthy, fast and easy.

  • What is it about watching food cook!! I just love your bubbling opening chilly shot! Coco powder…that is a new concept for me…but, I bet it makes the chilly awesome! Not to mention the maple syrup!! This is a MUST TRY recipe! Thank you!������

  • This recipe looks very good and im going to make it today but I will be adding some leftover steak to it. I’m not vegan but I do appreciate fresh vegetables

  • hi that looks so tasty. best part was seeing each brother bite a piece. if you guys had two more twin brothers….lol….i would be in burrito brother biting food porn heaven! thanks!

  • Yum!! Love all 3 recipes! Was watching the video with my 7 year old daughter and she told me to make them and to subscribe lol. I told her I subscribed a year ago!! Sadia, you have little fans as well. Lots of love from Canada <3

  • Today my friends and I made this and home-made tortillas for a chili cook off in my Foods and Nutrition class, and our chili won. It was the only plant based chili, and it tasted the best. It was also very colorful and we put a lemon slice for a garnish. My teacher, friends, and administration would definitely recommend this chili.

  • You have some beautiful bowls and plates. Where do you get them from? All I can find are the boring sets at an old online retailer. Thanks.

  • The recipe:

    Spicy couscous:

    Wholemeal couscous
    A pinch mild chill flakes

    1 tea spoon of cumin

    Half a teaspoon of smoked paprika

    Half a teaspoon of salt

    Boiling water

    Re-fried beans:


    3 cloves of garlic

    100 grams of sweet tinned corn (drained and rinsed )

    A tin of black or kidney beans

    A juice of 1 lime

    2 teaspoon cumin

    2 table spoons of tamari

    Chopped fresh coriander


    2 gloves of garlic chopped

    1 red chilli
    400 gr of tomatoes or cherry tomatoes

    4 scallions chopped

    A pinch of salt

    Juice of 1 lime

    Chopped fresh coriander

    Soy yogurt:

    5 table spoons soy yogurt

    Juice of half a lime

    A table spoon of maple syrup

    And some wraps.

  • Ok I don’t really leave comments on YouTube videos but I had to leave one after trying this. I wanted to buy a burrito from über eats and then I thought let me try and make one. I didn’t have all the ingredients like the tamari sauce, coriander and lime and soy yogurt or couscous so I used soy sauce, lemon, parsley, brown rice and Caesar salad sauce as my topping. Oh my gosh it was amazingggg.. I was sceptical at first but once I took that first bite I finished it all in less than a minute!! Thank you! I am now a fan.

  • Black beans and chilli? Those are two of my favorite words.
    Haven’t really tried any new recipes lately. Ironically I received 3 cookbooks this holiday season.
    Tbh I’ve been busy preparing for my church’s Youth Ministry. And honestly please keep me in your prayers because I’ve never felt so discouraged for a ministry in my life. I know it’s not the typical funny comment I leave, but my first 3 weeks of 2020 have been very trying. And I feel every little bit of prayer can help. IDK.

  • your recipes look really delicious. dont make that 5 minute pressure. Sorry, but it was really difficult to understand your accent, especially when you are talking under pressure sooo fast..wish I could get the written recipe here

  • Have changed my view completely on nutrition since watching Gamechangers. The only problem I have with veganism is the trouble you have to go to to make recipes tasty and varied Most of us don’t have time to bless ourselves. I’m sold, however on the health benefits of going vegan.

  • Hey Sasha. This looks so good, especially with the corn bread! I’m just curious though, why does your cornbread recipe call for butter milk and regular milk. I know the buttermilk reacts with the baking soda to give the bread more lift, but why add regular milk too? Why not just all buttermilk? Anyway, the chili looks so hearty and rich it’s got to be delicious, and as always I love the three variations. Great job my friend������������

  • I am really sorry but it’s very difficult for me to follow these diet…I am from India…we enjoy food and salad as well but not this way

  • Just made these: SO GOOD! Even liked by my teen son who doesn’t like lime. I was surprised I had all the ingredients on hand. Sort of. I didn’t have a tin of corn, so I used frozen. And I love bell pepper in everything, so I added some of that to the beans, too. I had a fresh batch of soy yogurt on hand…. the real kicker is I’ve never made Cous Cous but a friend left a box here, and it has been sitting on my shelf. So, I decided to use it. I liked the Cous Cous so much better than rice in a burrito what a GREAT idea, and the spices were excellent. Thank you for this!! Took me 15 minutes, not 5 (there is only one of me.) But, hey dinner in 15 minutes that is healthy and really good who doesn’t want that?!!

  • This looks really yummy! I found this video, while searching to help me get a better idea of how to make a veggie burrito, with the stuff I currently got in my kitchen. I have never tried couscous, I will have to add it to my next grocery list. Thanx for the helpful video.

  • In concept, I like this recipe. And I certainly don’t want to give the video a thumbs down. HOWEVER: An entire jar of salsa!? You really, really need to warn people about the sodium content. Many jars of salsa have massive amounts of sodium. Your serving suggestion may result in someone eating half of a jar. That’s 8 servings of salsa times 60 mg Sodium? 230 mg? 320 mg? The type of salsa will make a huge difference. You should not ignore that factor.

  • Thank you FOK! I was just going over all my long listed errands today and was feeling bummed out I didn’t have a meal setup on my FOK app for tonight and then I just so happened across this little vid and you know what? Those are now my newly transitioned family’s staples. So dinner is on!:)

  • Hyyy ur videos are awesome….i want a favour…. Please when u r saying ingredients name… Please mention on the bottom side….so that we can read…what u have said…please… Because…we are not aware of some ingredients that’s why

  • 5 minutes my vegan ***. Every thing is set water is boiled they are with two and cut like pro’s but hey…… that doesn’t stop me! Cheaters! Hahaha��

  • ”We hit the mid 30s, it’s really hot”. Girl, then you don’t want to travel to Sevilla, Spain, we hit 50ºC in summer and it’s the normal thing.

  • Yes, I am subscribed for the delicious and wonderful recipes, but I am also here for the humor and fun. You crack me up Ani! �� Another great recipe, thank you! ���� Keep shining! ��

  • I just found your channel, I love you guys. Recently started a plant based diet your videos and recipes are amazing fast and quick. Ingredients are really easy to find or mostly in my pantry. I do wish you guys would add your list of ingredients to your videos. A stop watch is now required for all cooking lol.
    Thanks from South Africa:)