Chili con carne with rice

a quick and delicious meal to make

goal Shape
Total time 25 mins
Schwierigkeit Easy
Nutritional value (per portion)
Kcal 734
Protein 40 g
Fat 31 g
KH 66 g
Ingredients …

2 Persons

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This recipe yields 2 servings. 1 serving contains 734 calories and 40g protein.
120 g brown rice
1 white onion
2 cloves garlic
1 tbsp Coconut oil
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6.99 €
320g jar
(21.84 €/1000g)
250 g ground beef or beef/pork mix
1 can chopped tomatoes
2 tbsp tomato paste
1 can kidney beans (255g drained)
1 chili pepper, fresh or dried
1 pinch cinnamon
salt, pepper, paprika powder
optional 2 pieces of dark chocolate
vegetable broth to dilute

Chili con carne with rice

a quick and delicious meal to make

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Hearty, flavorful, spicy – that’s how a good chili should taste. You can argue about what recipe’s the original, but our take on chili con carne is quick to prepare and keeps you full for a long time, because it contains a lot of protein. Two convincing reasons to try it right away!


  • Cook the rice according to the package instructions.
  • Finely chop the onion, garlic cloves and chili peppers.
  • Heat a pot on medium. Add the coconut oil and let it melt. Sauté the onions briefly, then add the garlic and ground meat.
  • Fry for a few minutes until the meat browns. Season well with salt, pepper, paprika powder and a pinch of cinnamon. Add the chili.
  • Add the chopped tomatoes, tomato paste and beans and let everything simmer on medium heat for 15-20 minutes. You can also add the chocolate if you like.
  • If it gets too dry for you, you can add some vegetable stock to the chili. Serve with rice.
  • Enjoy!


Yes. The vegetarian version is called chili sin carne. If you use soy pieces instead of meat, you won't actually taste much difference from the classic Chili con Carne recipe. Soy is a good meat substitute. You can season it as you like and whip up great vegetarian/vegan creations.


Simply by using our Protein Flakes as a topping, you'll take your meal to the next protein level. 100% vegetable protein for your muscles. Give it a try!
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