Vegan CHILI CHEESE FRIES Recipe + spouse and children day

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Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F.
Slice and area the potato fries on parchment paper, sprinkle with black pepper and garlic powder and bake for thirty-forty five minutes, based on your oven and how thick you sliced the potatoes. Rotate the trays, if you baked a number of trays, to make confident they all cook evenly.

For the Cheese sauce:
4 cups diced russet or golden potatoes
two medium carrots, diced
1 medium contemporary jalapeño, minced (or a tiny pickled jalapeño)
1/two an orange bell pepper
1/4 cup uncooked entire cashews
1/4 cup dietary yeast
1/two-3/4 cup drinking water
1 tsp garlic powder
two-3 tbsp lemon juice
1/8 tsp sea salt

Boil the potatoes and carrots. Once tender, drain the drinking water from the pot and and blend the potatoes and carrots with the rest of the cheese sauce components in a significant pace blender like the Vitamix until eventually easy and creamy. You will have to have a very good blender for this recipe to get the sauce easy and creamy.

For the chili:
1 onion, minced 3 cloves garlic, minced two carrots, diced two sticks celery, diced 1 crimson bell pepper, diced 1 can crimson kidney beans 1 can pinto beans 1 28oz can of Organic crushed tomatoes
1-1.five cups drinking water or very low sodium veggie broth 1 modest can of tomato paste Oregano, cumin, chili powder, and black- pepper to taste (about 1 tbsp each and every)

Sauté the onion and garlic in a big pot with a tiny drinking water. Then increase the carrots, celery, and bell pepper and cook that down/stir for five to 10 minutes on medium heat. Include extra drinking water or veggie broth as necessary to continue to keep it moist.
Drain and rinse the beans with drinking water completely. Then increase the beans,
canned tomatoes, extra drinking water or veggie broth, tomato paste, and spices to the pot. Stir and go over the pot and flip down to very low heat for fifteen minutes or so. Then voila! The chili is prepared.


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  1. I always love the recipe videos. We've been mostly trying to go vegan for the last 4 years and my daughter will be 10 on May 29th and for her its always easier to get her to try things if she sees it on your videos. I was raised on soda, takeout and meat and veggies cooked in entire sticks of butter and milk. After my daughters father left us before she was born, we moved in with my Dad and she was raised same way as I relied on him for food. I've never in my life seen my Dad eat a veggie except a cucumber with mayo and salt. Emma is a sucker for animals and most of the time that's enough to get her to stay vegan but sometimes I think its harder for her. I made this and she actually liked it. I think mostly because she likes watching your channel so she was ok with trying it. Recipes from books are usually met with skepticism. At 10 I feel like if I force this lifestyle on her, she will rebel against it so it needs to be on her own terms. Hopefully shell chose it for herself later. Shes not vegan at my Dads or her Dads in the 4 weeks shes in Maine every summer so….

  2. Your videos are always so professional yet personal and I feel like no one else makes content quite like you. I love your videos so much I’m always looking forward to a new upload

  3. Have any of your family members ever gotten a parasite or something from running around barefoot and playing in different bodies of water? Serious question. It's a mini fear of mine. Also it hurts to walk barefoot on twigs and rocks.

  4. I always look forward to your videos. Your family is so adorable and your recipes are so good! (Made that chili 2 days ago and it was BOMB) When I see a notification I am on it right away!!! Thank you for being you

  5. Ellen, I wanted you to know, I'm not a vegan but I both adore your vegan recipes and your relaxed take on family. I definitely hope to incorporate many of your teachings with my own family someday.

  6. Giiiirl those chili cheese fries have got me drooling! I tried your loaded baked potato recipe last week. Super delicious! I froze the leftover chili for later, so I’ll definitely have to try these fries!

  7. I’ve been looking on your channel for vegan foods you all eat when you’re sick, but then i realized because of your healthy lifestyle y’all don’t get sick. But if you have vegan foods you eat when you’re sick please do a video

  8. Ever since I saw your previous video on the cheese dip with fries … I've not been able to go back to ketchup, not once. IT'S JUST SO GOOD!!! I add chopped white onion with the carrot and potatoes, and instead of draining the water after they boil, I use that in my blender (it's a little veggie broth, adds some extra flavour). I add some cashews and splash of almond milk to make extra creamy. ❤️

  9. NEVERRR would I skip the ads on your videos. For real though, the one on this video was 1.5 mins long.. so painful. I don’t watch ads for anyone else- it must be love, haha

  10. I was just reading some article about how the author of it thought vegan children are deprived in foods that invoke childhood nostalgia. Which is stupid considering yours will grow up be able to say they ate things like chili cheese fries and loaded nachos for dinner.

  11. I just a question I want to make this recipe with son tonight tomorrow I've on my own so if the concert is for 45 people does it keep well in the fridge for a couple of days the chilli and the cheese sauce? X

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