Sweet potato and lentil chilli | Vegan recipe

One of my favourite meals during winter and autumn is different lentil stews and daahls. If you look back to autumn/winter 2017 you will see a bunch of different lentil daahls. Not only delicious and nutritious, but great to eat warm or cold or pack with you for lunch to work or school! (Though i would recommend not using garlic and making the dish more thick and not so runny with tomato sauce to minimize the risk of it pouring out if you are packing it with you!).

You can make this dish in many different ways, but this time i decided to go for more of a chilli variation using black beans and making home made nacho chips from tortilla bread. And of course the obligatory oat creme fraiche and avocado which makes the dish a 10/10!!

I love this meal and of course it is cheap and you can make a whole batch of it, not to mention it works great to freeze so you can make a huge batch and freeze in! 🙂

The recipe for the home made nachos is HERE

chilli recipe



16 Comments Add yours

  1. bingingonabudget says:

    This recipe looks amazing, I’m pretty much a fan of sweet potato anything. Do you have any other reccommendations for Recipes from your blog?


    1. Thank you 🙂 It is soo good, and simple! Hmmm depends what you like, hahah… i have quite a few different recipes under my “recipes” tag 🙂 I can’t even remember all the different recipes i have on here!


  2. carol says:

    Am I right in thinking your paprika is a pepper – or is it a spice?
    Another great recipe – did you make it up yourself?


  3. Tamara says:

    Hi there! This looks fantastic 🙂
    I’m not sure what ‘2dl’ of red lentils is. Could you kindly translate the measurement? Is this a weight or volume? (I’m from Canada) Thanks so much!


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