We haven’t done a recipe here in a while! I think it’s time. It was super cold here a week or 2 ago. Of course, back to 70s by the time I get around to making turkey chili. Oh well. I know it’s still cold in a lot of other places so y’all can enjoy this hearty, warm meal!
Crockpot Turkey Chili
What to do:
- Dig out your crock pot and spray with cooking spray.
- Cook 1-1.5 lbs lean ground turkey in a large pan and dump into crock pot.**
- Cook 1 chopped green pepper and half a chopped yellow onion in the pan until they start getting burny bits on them, then dump in with turkey.
- Dump 2 cans (15oz) of fire roasted diced tomatoes in.
- Add in 1 can black beans and 1 can red kidney beans, both rinsed.
- Pour in 1 packet of chili seasoning on top and. I used McCormick’s Organic Mild Chili seasoning. It was ok.
- Add whatever other spices you want. I put in some extra cumin and garlic because, yum.
- Pour in 1/2ish cup water or broth until the chili is as thick or thin as you like it!
Now, cook on high for 4 hours. Or low for 6. When it’s time to eat, scoop into bowls and top with shredded cheese and a dollop of plain Greek yogurt to make it all creamy. Serve with crackers or cornbread.
Enjoy your turkey chili!
**Can also be make in a big pot/dutch oven if you want to be around to stir and watch it. We had to leave the house this night so the crock pot was the dinner saver!