This time I'm going to present you a Mexican recipe and not a French one, but in France we love Mexican food.
Considered as a Mexican dish, Chili Con Carne is a typically American dish. This meat dish, cooked with dried chilies and spices, made its debut in San Antonio. The fame of the chili was largely due to the delicious and inexpensive food provided by a group of women known as "Chili Queens" in the squares of the city of San Antonio. A steaming bowl of chili con carne was served with a long slice of bread and a glass of water. Source: Trust & Food
Nutritional information per portion:
Total fat: 23,9 gr
Total carbohydrates: 10,2 gr
Protein: 24,5 Gr