Chili and beans for extraordinary slow carb recipes
Chili has been proven to burn fats in the long run, which makes it an important ingredient of many
dietary plans and slow carb recipes. For the best use, you can choose to make your own. Use only
grass fed minced beef, diced up onions, red and green peppers, canned beans and canned tomatoes.
Due to cayenne pepper and fresh tomatoes, you do not need salt for this, but additional garlic, which wil
dry additional natural salt out of tomatoes. Fry onions and peppers and gradually add meat.
Once the meat turned lighter, add beans and stir gently. Add tomatoes in the end since they slow the
cooking down. Finish the meal with pepper, powder garlic and taco seasoning and you have the original
chili very low in calories and carbs. This meal is particularly handy, because you can always make a larger
pot and leave a rest in your fridge, serving it the fol owing day with a simple slice of low fat cheese.
Chili in slow carb recipes also serves as excellent ingredient in terms of seasoning and a marvelous
spice. It is tasty in the form of sauce with additional garlic. It can be served with most legumes, which
are generally the main carbs in this diet. Along with chili pepper capiscaine, it is a marvelous fat burner,
which helps metabolism process food in a healthy manner. Fresh chili peppers are always welcome as
side dish decoration which provides remarkable fat burner and you can always grow it in your own home.
Legumes in slow carb recipes result in variety of healthy meals. It is usual y recommendable that you
have canned kidney beans or soybeans for emergency, because their quality does not change much once
canned. For a change, brown and blue kidney beans can be made as extraordinarily tasty salad. Instead
of boiling beans for hours, use canned ones. Flush with cold water and leave every grain clean of sauce.
Slice several fresh onions; add garlic, vinegar and few drops of olive oil. Mix together and decorate with
mint or oregano leaves.