This green chilli is so delicious, simple to make and a total pleasure to eat. In England, we're sort of brainwashed into thinking of chilli as just being chilli con carne, but this is completely different and I absolutely love it. I think it's cleaner, braver and fresher than your average chilli. You can make your own flatbreads or use tortillas, or you can even serve with chapattis or naans instead.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 623kcal
- Carbs 43.7g
- Sugar 15.4g
- Fat 27.3g
- Saturates 9.6g
- Protein 47.5g
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