Yield: 1 servings
|1 cup||Uncooked hard wheat berries|
|2 \N||Onions chopped|
|2 cups||Cooked pinto beans|
|3 tablespoons||(approx) cinnamon|
|¼ cup||(approx) chili powder|
|1 \N||16 oz. jar picante sauce|
|2 \N||14 5 oz. cans chili|
|1 \N||4 5 oz. can green chilis|
|1 \N||7 oz. can jalapeno relish|
Cook the wheat berries in 2½ cups of water (it will take about an hour). Combine the remaining ingredients and simmer while the wheat berries are cooking. Add the wheat berries when they are done and enjoy!
If the wheat berries do not absorb all the water, drain them before adding to the chili. They should be a little chewy. I didn't measure the cinnamon or chili powder; the measurements should be close though. The pinto beans were fresh.
Posted by sysbill@... to the Fatfree Digest [Volume 14 Issue 20]
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