Nancy Macklin, RDN
Nancy Macklin has a bachelor of science in dietetics from Iowa State University and a Master of Science in health services administration from the University of Saint Francis. Macklin worked as a hospital-based clinical dietitian, providing counseling for diabetes, heart disease, and weight loss and as a food service director in health care dining sites. She now serves as a test kitchen dietitian, developing 500+ recipes per year. She is a member of the Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics and International Association of Culinary Professionals. Find her on LinkedIn.see more from this author
I loved this chili. The extra work involved is well worth it. I think a lot of people would not miss the meat. Adding the bulgar was a great addition to this chili. I tend to enjoy recipes by Nancy M., mostly for the simplicity and vegan/vegetarian food. I usually have a hard time, because I prefer no oil, no sugar, and no salt (health reasons). Thanks for this lovely chili recipe!
What type bulgur – medium, coarse, whole grain?
We recommend whole grain bulgur. We’ve updated the recipe to specify this. Thanks for your comment!
Editor, Forks Over Knives
Do we have no. Of calories per serving please?
What might be a good gluten free substitute for the bulgur? Buckwheat? Quinoa?
I don’t know much about hot peppers. On a heat level of 1-10 ( 10 being the hottest), how hot is this recipe?)
Quinoa and buckwheat are both good options.
Courtney, editor with Forks Over Knives
I did it with buckwheat and it’s lovely
I can’t find the number of cups or servings recipe yields. Thanks for providing this!
Recipe sounds great, and I will try it!
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This is really delicious just as written.
Unbelievable complex and delicious.
Yummmm!!!! This is going into the fall rotation for sure! So many great flavors!! I left the veggies and tomatoes a little more chunky, and it was a great bite!! Definitely add pepitas on top!
Sorry guys, no metric conversion really alienates me.
Not too hard to find out. Same as I do if a recipe is written in metrics. Those are usually recipes coming from Europe. I don’t begrudge the writer. Just look for a conversion chart on line. Easy peasy.
There are conversion tools all over the internet.
I like the chili recipe