Recipe By     : trotz@ilm.pfc.mit.edu (Seth Trotz) 
 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00 
 Categories    : Meat, Miscellaneous              Vegetables 
                 Vegetarian 
  
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method 
 --------  ------------  -------------------------------- 
      1/3  Cup           Olive Oil 
                         -----Pile #1----- 
      1/4  Teaspoon      Red Pepper Flakes 
    1      Tablespoon    Ground Cumin 
      3/4  Teaspoon      Dried Basil 
    2      Tablespoons   Chili Powder 
      3/4  Teaspoon      Dried Oregano 
    2      Teaspoons     Salt 
      1/2  Teaspoon      Pepper 
    2      Cups          Onions -- finely chopped 
      3/4  Cup           Celery -- chopped 
    1      Cup           Green Peppers -- chopped 
    1      Cup           Carrots -- chopped 
    1      Tablespoon    Garlic -- minced 
    2      Cups          Mushrooms -- chopped 
                         -----Pile #2----- 
    2      Cups          Tomato Juice 
      3/4  Cup           Bulgar Wheat 
    2      Cups          Chopped Tomatoes 
    2      Cups          Kidney Beans, Undrained -- (20-ounce can) 
      1/2  Teaspoon      Tabasco Sauce 
    2      Tablespoons   Lemon Juice 
    3      Tablespoons   Tomato Paste 
    1      Tablespoon    Worcestershire Sauce 
      1/4  Cup           Dry Red Or White Wine 
    2      Tablespoons   Canned Green Chilies, Chopped -- or to taste 
  
 Have all the ingredients ready. Heat the olive oil in a large 
 skillet. Over high heat, add pile #1. Cook, stirring, for 
 1-2 minutes. Add pile #2. Bring to a boil, stirring. Reduce 
 the heat and simmer for 20 minutes, uncovered. If too thick, 
 the chili can be thinned with additional tomato juice. 
  
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 NOTES : Fellow Netters: 
 here is a vegetarian chili recipe which is really delicious. 
 Don't let the moderately long list of ingredients throw you. As 
 is indicated, all the work consists of chopping and measuring... It 
 is cooked in essentially two steps. It could *not* be simpler! [Note, 
 I do not know the origin of this recipe. I believe it is from a 
 commercial cookbook. My apologies to the author.] 
  
 [The ingredients for this recipe are organized 
 into two piles since everything but the oil 
 is added in two batches.] 
  
  
 Eileen