Vegan Buffalo Wing Chili

I woke up this morning to it being 28 degrees outside and only 60 degrees inside my house.  In Florida that is considered quite cold.  It was also a problem because my thermostat was set to 68 and my heater obviously not working.  After bundling up I decided that this would be a great day to make some chili.  Nothing warms you up better than some spicy food.  In the meantime a repair guy came and and fixed the unit so we have warm food to go with our warm house.  All is good.

Ingredients

1 package of Gardien Buffalo Wings defrosted and diced into ¼” pieces

1 28 oz can tomato sauce

1 28 oz can Bush’s Pinto Beans in Chili Sauce

1 28 oz can Black Beans rinsed

2 cups cooked brown or white rice

1 onion chopped

2 cloves of garlic chopped

½ to 1 whole jalapeno finely chopped (depending on personal taste)

A few shakes of Tabasco Chipolte flavor

Pepper, Chili powder to personal taste

Vegetable or Canola oil just a few teaspoons

Optional grated cheddar or vegan cheese to top

Directions

In a large pan saute the onion and jalapeno in oil on medium high heat

Add the chopped Buffalo Wings once onions are translucent

Saute 2 minutes and add the garlic, saute 1 more minute

Lower heat to medium and add sauce and beans, stir well

Stir in rice using as much as needed to make a thick hearty chili

Let simmer for about 20-30 minutes adding the Chipolte Sauce

Season to your own taste

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