Worthington Chili, 20-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

 
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Features:
  • Case of 12 20-ounce cans (approximately 30 total servings; total of 240 ounces)
  • Made with wheat gluten, red beans, and tomato paste
  • Excellent source of protein and iron
  • 100% vegetarian and low in fat
  • Delicious vegetarian alternative to beef chili

Customer Reviews:

  • Delicious, mild and versatile
    I am too wimpy for spicy foods, so often rely on this chili. It's not bland, though, don't get me wrong.

    I can serve this to non-vegetarian friends (though I'm honest with them about its soy meat substitute content) and they love it! A couple friends will add some Tabasco but otherwise nobody tinkers with it.

    I've used this as chili with sour cream, on tostadas, as part of a Sloppy Joe, and even as a dip for crackers.

    The sodium content is a bit high but I'll take the tradeoff. It makes a wonderfully comforting hot meal on a cold fall or winter evening.

    Kids like this chili too!

    I generally serve two to three people with each can.

    It's also good with cornbread.

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  • Delicious, mild and versatile
    I am too wimpy for spicy foods, so often rely on this chili. It's not bland, though, don't get me wrong.

    I can serve this to non-vegetarian friends (though I'm honest with them about its soy meat substitute content) and they love it! A couple friends will add some Tabasco but otherwise nobody tinkers with it.

    I've used this as chili with sour cream, on tostadas, as part of a Sloppy Joe, and even as a dip for crackers.

    The sodium content is a bit high but I'll take the tradeoff. It makes a wonderfully comforting hot meal on a cold fall or winter evening.

    Kids like this chili too!

    I generally serve two to three people with each can.

    It's also good with cornbread.

    ...more info
  • I'm a meat-eater..
    This chili is pretty good, seems to have a slight tomato taste to it which actually works well.

    Unfortunatly, it tries to fake it like it has ground beef, which makes it sort of strange to get used to. If you know what i'm talking about here and are ok with that, I'd guess this is something you would enjoy....more info
  • Worthington Chili - great food!
    Great vegetarian Food. Don't have time to make chili? Just use this canned version - it is great. Not spicy - add hot sauce if you want it to be spicy....more info
  • too salty
    take some of the salt out and i will give it 5 stars... it way too salty...more info
  • good vege-chilli
    This is a good "base" for vegetarian chili. Straight out of the can it may be too mild for hot-chili fans, but that is easy to change. The mix of beans and vege-meat is just right, the moisture and the seasonings are quite nice. Add "heat" (chillis, etc.) and a variety of condiments and you have a very nice, healthy meal....more info
  • Good, fast, easy dinner
    I use 2 cans of this chili as a starter and add:
    1 onion, chopped
    1 or 2 cans rinsed pinto beans
    28 oz can diced or crushed tomatoes
    1 pkg. frozen soy crumbles
    1/2 cup salsa (mild, med, or hot!)
    1 can or 1 and 1/2 cups frozen corn
    cumin, chili powder, ground red pepper (if desired)

    Heat and Serve over hot rice topped with cheddar cheese. This makes a bit pot of chili and is hearty and delicious....more info
  • Yum!
    Great tasting chili. We just add a tiny bit of chili powder and top it off with some cheese and we have a delicious meal. Much healthier than regular chili and yet still full of flavor. An excellent substitute for the real thing....more info
  • Vegetarian Staple
    Here is a product that is so handy. It is full of protein, fiber, and taste. I highly recommend this product for those times when you do not have time to fuss over a meal. You will not believe the quality taste....more info
  • WOW this is the Chili ever!!! thick and very tasty better then Amy's
    Ok i have been eating this since i was a kid and this is one of the things i never get tired of eating

    once when i could not get it (not always in stock) i tried Amy's Chili and IMO Amy's is watered down Salsa with beans its NOT A MEAT ALTERNATIVE CHILI

    Worthingtons Chili is very thick and is very meat like if you put a spoon in a can of Worthington Chili it will not move
    with Amy's the spoon will fall over and is NOTHING LIKE MEAT more like a dip

    I make it with a bed of Brown Rice and topped off with cheese

    Oh and its Kosher (D)

    only problem i have is finding it
    and i like it so much i end up eating the whole 20-ounce can with the rice ...more info
  • Delicious!!
    Very good stuff. You can even eat it right out of the can! Sometimes I mix in a can of petite cut tomatoes and chili powder, and then sprinkle cheddar cheese on top prior to serving. This is good in tacos as well....more info
  • Great Chili
    We've had this chili before. It is good and you can use it so many ways. We just wanted to have a few cans of this and other foods on hand so we don't have to run to the store when we need a can to put into something. This is just so convenient. And the taste is best next to homemade. ...more info

 

 
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