Both Dh and I liked this I made it as written and served with couscous and the flavors were wonderful, however I felt like it was missing something to send it over the top ...this will definitely go into the rotation for our meatless thursdays
fairydragonstar Posted: 03/24/11
shannonm Posted: 03/23/11
Entire family loved this dish and it made enough to freeze for a second meal. A bit more time-intensive than your typical crockpot recipe, but worth it. My husband and I added Sriracha to our bowls to spice up a little more. Toddlers loved the chickpeas.
bouldercook Posted: 02/22/11
This had really good flavors; slightly sweet. I soaked the chickpeas overnight and used chopped kale in place of the green peas. Served with brown rice. A really good vegetarian dish that my kids liked too.
julicoo09 Posted: 03/24/11
This is fabulous!! We were astounded by all the flavor that it had. I omitted the olives since we don't like them and didn't even need the couscous as it is very hearty on its own. Defniitely make this one!!
Seapard Posted: 03/07/11
This was delicious! Followed instructions as written. My husband doesnt like olives, so i threw the sliced manzanillas into the food processor - he had no idea they were in there and couldnt tell. Looking forward to leftovers.
mandofan Posted: 04/18/11
I thought this was terrific. The slow-cooking gives it a nice rich and deep flavor and it made plenty. I've been disappointed by a number of CL's recent vegetarian stew/chili recipes, but not this one. Definitely a keeper.
MissippiLawLady Posted: 04/06/11
Oh, my. This is divine with whole wheat couscous! I used chipotle chili powder instead of red pepper--tasted lovely. This dish has big, rich flavors and it's very easy to make. This recipe just made regular rotation!
elliekirkland Posted: 07/13/11
We didn't like this recipe too much. I think it was the cinnamon for us. I expected it to taste a little more like chili.
Christel16155 Posted: 10/18/11
I love this recipe (minus the raisins). It is a great vegetarian dinner option, just use vegetable broth.
LDombeck Posted: 11/05/12
This was really delicious! The house smelled great all day. It was a little more involved for a slow cooker recipe, since it had multiple steps. You can't just throw a bunch of stuff in and come back in 8 hours. But the extra effort was worth it. It was more of a method than a time-saving recipe that I usually associate with slow cookers. I followed directions to the letter. Great vegetarian chili.
NurseAmal Posted: 06/20/12
OMG! So flavorful! But makes me think more of a tagine than of a chili.