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Vegan Butternut Squash Chilli

Last week, I hosted a Mexican dinner party at my place. We had palomas (grapefruit and tequila cocktails), queso, cornbread and the best vegetarian chilli I have ever tasted. It was all centered around smoky, blackened aubergine – but everything else about it was perfect too. The balance of the spices, the inclusion of hearty lentils. Oh, boy, I’ll be making it again and again. So eager was I to make it again already that I adapted it for the Pressure King Pro. The only real difference here is using cut up squash instead of aubergine, so all credit for this wonderful recipe goes to Izy Hossack. This recipe is where the Pressure King Pro comes into its own. In just 25 minutes (the full cycle of the stew setting) lentils are cooked to perfection, butternut squash is soft and buttery, and you have a fully fledged flavourful veggie chilli waiting to be devoured. Granted, the flavours don’t develop in quite the same way as they would cooked slowly for two hours on the hob, …