Recipes

Name CO2e / serving

Chili con carne

CO2e total: 14.717 kg
Servings: 6
2.453
kg CO2e / portion
You can eat
1.1
portions of Chili con carne to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget

Ingredients

CO2e (kg) Product Amount (kg) Description Country produced
9.807
Minced meat (beef) 0.5 500 g quality minced beef Unknown
0.827
Yogurt 0.5 500 g natural yoghurt Unknown
0.179
Onions 0.4 2 medium onions Unknown
1.074
Rice 0.4 400 g basmati rice Unknown
0.031
Celery 0.1 2 sticks celery Unknown
0.061
Olive oil 0.015 olive oil Unknown
0.0
Salt 0.001 sea salt Unknown
0.003
Black pepper 0.001 freshly ground black pepper Unknown
0.044
Carrots 0.14 2 medium carrots Unknown
0.461
Chickpeas (canned) 0.4 400 g tinned chickpeas Unknown
0.024
Garlic 0.03 2 cloves garlic Unknown
0.024
Cumin (ground) 0.005 1 heaped teaspoon ground cumin Unknown
0.058
Vinegar 0.03 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar Unknown
0.004
Cinnamon 0.005 1 heaped teaspoon ground cinnamon Unknown
0.255
Avocados 0.23 230 g guacamole Unknown
0.015
Cilantro 0.05 1 small bunch fresh coriander Unknown
1.081
Tomatoes (canned) 0.8 2 x 400 g tinned chopped tomatoes Unknown
0.238
Bell pepper 0.2 2 red peppers Unknown
0.024
Chili powder 0.005 1 heaped teaspoon chilli powder Unknown
0.479
Kidney beans 0.4 400 g tinned red kidney beans Unknown
0.029
Limes 0.05 1 lime Unknown

Instructions

Source: http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/beef-recipes/good-old-chilli-con-carne/