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This is a lovely easy to make tea for dark Autumn nights. Its usually a favourite after the kids have been out in the dark trick or treating, and they come back cold and hungry.

As this meal is cheap and filling, especially with some crunchy bread, why not serve it up for supper if you're hosting a Halloween party. If your really creative (which I'm not) you could cut your veggies into scary jack-o-lanterns! :)

 This chilli mixed bean recipe can be prepared early and left to cook in the slow cooker, or cooked within half an hour on the hob.

Ingredients for Mummy G's chilli mixed bean bake.

  • 1 courgette
  • 1 onion
  • A clove of garlic.
  • A handful of mushrooms.
  • 2 peppers.
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 tin of chopped tomatoes.
  • 2 tins of red kidney beans.
  • 1 tin of baked beans.
  • Chilli to taste, I use dried chillies, but if your braver than me, chop up a couple of chillies, and add them in. :)
  • Try adding some Cumin, paprika, black pepper, onion salt.
  • Grated cheese.

How to make Mummy G's chilli mixed bean bake.

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