Recipes

Name CO2e / serving

Chili sin carne

CO2e total: 2.461 kg
Servings: 4.0
0.615
kg CO2e / portion
You can eat
4.39
portions of Chili sin carne to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget

Country of consumption: Germany

Ingredients

CO2e (kg) Product Amount (kg) Description Country produced
0.21
Onions 0.4 2 onions diced Unknown
0.596
Vegetable stock 0.4 1 ⅔ cups (400 ml) vegetable broth Unknown
0.065
Tomato paste 0.02 3 ½ tbsp tomato paste Unknown
0.131
Corn 0.27 1 ¾ cups (270 g) corn Unknown
0.009
Garlic 0.01 2-3 cloves garlic chopped Unknown
0.295
Kidney beans 0.252 9 oz (255 g) kidney beans rinsed and drained weight of 1x14 oz can Unknown
0.006
Sugar 0.005 a bit of sugar to taste Unknown
0.036
Olive oil 0.01 2-3 tbsp oil Unknown
0.265
Tomatoes (canned) 0.196 7 oz (200 g) tomato passata ½ can Unknown
0.0
Salt 0.001 salt and pepper to taste Unknown
0.53
Tomatoes (canned) 0.392 14 oz (400 g) chopped tomatoes 1 can Unknown
0.021
Carrots 0.07 1-2 carrots diced Unknown
0.264
Soy-based products 0.12 4.2 oz (120 g) sunflower or soy granules or 8.8 oz tofu or a ready-made meat alternative of your choice* Unknown
0.024
Paprika powder 0.005 1-2 tsp red paprika powder Unknown
0.01
Chili 0.01 1 small chili pepper chopped (or 1/2 tsp chili powder) Unknown

Instructions

Source: https://biancazapatka.com/en/chili-sin-carne-with-rice-vegan/#recipe