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AuthorMarcelo OliveiraDifficultyIntermediate

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time30 minsCook Time1 hr 30 minsTotal Time2 hrs

Whole Ingredients
 2 Medium Sized Sweet Potato's
 1 Large Red Onion
 1 Green Bell Pepper
 1 Red Bell Pepper
 1 Yellow Bell Pepper
 1 Orange Bell Pepper
 2 Roma Tomatos
 1.50 cups Red Kidney Beans
 1.50 cups Black Beans
 6 cups Vegetable Broth or Spring Water
Herbs & Spices
 1 tbsp chilli powder
 1 tsp pink sea salt
 1 tsp garlic powder
 1 tsp cumin powder
 1 tsp oregano

1

Chop up the onion in halves. Then slice both halves with about a millimeter width.

2

Heat up a stainless steel saucepan with 4 TBSP Avocado Oil and add a few slices of onion so you can hear them sizzle indicating you can add the rest of the onion into the saucepan.

3

Once you hear them sizzle, add the rest of the onion and toss the pan to make sure all the onions are coated in oil.

4

As the onions cook down, keep an eye on them, once they start to brown you add a little bit of water to prevent them from burning. Toss the pan, stir if needed. Repeat this a few times. Use as much water as you need to make sure they do not burn, however, do not add so much water that you create a pond.

Ingredients

Whole Ingredients
 2 Medium Sized Sweet Potato's
 1 Large Red Onion
 1 Green Bell Pepper
 1 Red Bell Pepper
 1 Yellow Bell Pepper
 1 Orange Bell Pepper
 2 Roma Tomatos
 1.50 cups Red Kidney Beans
 1.50 cups Black Beans
 6 cups Vegetable Broth or Spring Water
Herbs & Spices
 1 tbsp chilli powder
 1 tsp pink sea salt
 1 tsp garlic powder
 1 tsp cumin powder
 1 tsp oregano

Directions

1

Chop up the onion in halves. Then slice both halves with about a millimeter width.

2

Heat up a stainless steel saucepan with 4 TBSP Avocado Oil and add a few slices of onion so you can hear them sizzle indicating you can add the rest of the onion into the saucepan.

3

Once you hear them sizzle, add the rest of the onion and toss the pan to make sure all the onions are coated in oil.

4

As the onions cook down, keep an eye on them, once they start to brown you add a little bit of water to prevent them from burning. Toss the pan, stir if needed. Repeat this a few times. Use as much water as you need to make sure they do not burn, however, do not add so much water that you create a pond.

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