A wonderful way to warm up from the warm chili and HOT spices!
A wonderful way to warm up from the warm chili and HOT spices!
Number of Servings: 8
20 oz. ground turkey 1 medium onion, chopped 1 medium red bell pepper, chopped 2 tbsp chili powder 1 tbsp cumin 1 tsp oregano 1 tbsp red pepper flakes (adjust to taste) 1 can diced tomatoes with juice 1 small can tomato sauce 1 can yellow corn 1 can black beans, rinsed 1 can seasoned chili beans
Brown turkey in large skillet or large, but shallow pot. After 1 minute, add onion, red bell pepper, and spices. Cook until turkey is no longer pink. Add canned ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer 30-45 minutes or until onions and peppers are soft. If you have some wiggle room, garnish with light shredded jack and/or cheddar cheese, dollop of light sour cream, fresh cilantro, crushed tortilla chips, etc.
I made this recipe tonight at my sister's house, despite my BIL (jokingly) advising me not to make any diet food. I'm happy to say we all, including my picky 7 year old niece, enjoyed the recipe. Only differences-- I used frozen corn (less sodium) & red pepper flakes.
I made a recipe very similar, but with only 1# gr.turkey, added celery hearts, and substitued the seasoned beans for red kidney beans. It made 12 1 cup servings, 205 calories each with a sodium count of 256.3. It freezes beautifully for lunches at work!
My family loves chili and we loved this recipe! I had almost every ingedient in my pantry. I substituted another can of tomatoes instead of sauce, included the juice from the corn and used green pepper instead of red. We will be eating this again and again!
Very good recipe. I added a can of tomatoes w/green chiles instead of the tomato sauce, and a second can of regular tomatoes to get more liquid in there. It made 10 servings at 1 cup each. I was full after just the one serving!
I really liked this recipe, but I would say I would not use as much red peppers in this. It was to hot... I liked the flavor though,,,, I also did not put the red bell pepper in it, because my husband can not eat them.. I will make this again. I had wanted to know what the actual serving size?
This recipe is wonderful! I only used a pound of turkey. I used 2 red peppers. No hot pepper. I did not measure out the spices. I like to shake them out. The sprinkle cap from the chili powder fall off along with almost half the chili powder in the container. Excellent chili! I highly recommend it!
omg this chili was so good. i wasn't expecting for it to be this flavorful and taste this good but it did. i will definitely be making this again. my mom who doesn't really like turkey burger thought this was really good awesome 5 stars!!
Loved it. I actually used only half the amount of spices and white beans in place of the seasoned chili beans so everyone in the family would eat it. Even my 5 year old finished hers! Thanks, will use this recipie again!
I got rave reviews when I made this chili - even from the people who weren't worried about eating healthy! It was so popular there was barely any leftovers - bummer! Definitely a 'keeper' recipe!
Delicious! Made this with low sodium or no salt added canned ingredients, so for the naysayers you can make this low sodium. Even at almost 362 mg per serving, it's not bad considering everything else out there ;)
I used a pound of ground turkey, frozen corn (less sodium), green peppers (out of my garden) it was delicious :) Also added 3 cups of chopped kale (super food) Ate the chili with the black bean tostitos
Excellent! I made without the red peppers since I didn't have any on hand. I also added an extra can of diced tomatoes. It is a tad spicy for me, but I am a bit of a wimp when it comes to spice. Will definitely make again, just with a little less red pepper flakes.
Good & simple to follow; ready in no time. Minor tweaks; used green bell pepper; omitted red pepper flakes & 1 can each Hunts diced tomatoes w/spicy red peppers, diced tomatoes for chili (Hunts), Ro-Tel diced tomatoes & Green Chilies; frozen corn & 1lb of 91% lean ground turkey. Will make again.
Yummy. This was my first time using ground turkey instead of ground beef in something like this, and it was great. I had it with a whole wheat tortilla and a tablespoon of yogurt, and it was wonderful.
I used shredded turkey I had previously cooked in my slow cooker instead of ground turkey and low sodium items. I can't have it spicy hot so I omitted the flakes and used regular chili powder; it was a bit bland for us. I will be amending the spices and cook it a little longer to infuse it.
I wish it said what size or ounces for the canned ingredients. There's like three different sizes and I'm not sure which to get. I am new to cooking and do not want to guess because I have no clue.
Great recipe. I added a can of refried beans to thicken up (It's a family thing.) Thanks for sharinIg. I gave it an incredible rating because of the flavor, carb, protein and fat count. Spice it up all you want to change the heat!
Very Good! I used 1 lb of ground turkey, 3/4 can of kidney beans (instead of Chili Beans) & put the corn in right before serving. I also added more tomato sauce b/c I like my chili with more liquid and a little touch of salt. Had extra room for low fat sour cream and Fat free shredded cheese!
I use the low salt diced tomatoes or I sometimes use fresh tomatoes and dice most and smush the rest - no salt at all to that. Drained canned Beans have enough salt in them - and I don't rinse those. And my dear husband who MUST watch his salt intake, never notices the difference. Yummy recipe! - 1/11/12
This is great--I added 2 packs of Fresh & Easy Fajita mix pepper, and onion, and 2 packs of F&E stew starter: onion, carrot, and celery mix. So, I bulked it up with VEGIES and also jalapeno peppers, and it is fabulous, and very tasty!
So good and fast and filling! I used V8 juice and marinara sauce in place of tomatoes. Added chopped scallions, fresh cilantro and more red flakes to turn up the heat. Accompanied with multigrain corn chips. YUM-ME!
I used buffalo instead of turkey, frozen corn instead of canned, and my husband and I loved it! I used some low sodium ingredients so he added a little salt, but I didn't. I will definitely make it again. Thanks for the recipe!
That chili was the bomb. I used red kidney beans and a can of black beans and had to cook corn on the cobb and cut it off but it was really good. I also used 2 cans of mild rotel and a green bell pepper and no oregano or red pepper. Thought it was going to be too spicy but the flavors blended well.
I'm a grad student with limited time and on a budget but I made this for dinner night with my friends and it was awesome!! SOOO good. I took others advice and added a can of tomatoes w/green chiles instead of tomato sauce, more cayenne pepper, and a clove of garlic. It was super good and easy!