This is a recipe I originally got from one of those easy recipe email chain things. You know, where you send a recipe to the first name on the list and then you get 6 recipes back, or whatever? Anyway, I got this chili recipe and then adjusted it slightly to make it my own (I added the southwestern veggie blend). Enjoy!
Here's what you'll need:
Okay, we start off pretty much like all my recipes that call for ground turkey. Throw it in a big pot and season it! I like to use chili powder (come on, it's got the name "chili" right in the name!), and Worcestershire sauce.
Once the turkey is cooked to 165 degrees, add everything else and bring it to a boil for a few minutes to make sure that the frozen veggies get cooked through (yes, add them in frozen). Side note: I like to rinse the beans, but I don't think you have to. I rinse them until there are no more bubbles around them from the syrupy stuff they are packed in. I like to think I'm washing away all the farts typically associated with beans (what else could those bubbles be?!) and everyone thinks I'm crazy when I tell them this, but I can live with that.
Let the pot simmer until you are ready to eat and voila! A hearty and delicious meal! I like to garnish my chili with some shredded cheese and a few tortilla chips...okay, A LOT of tortilla chips. Bon Appetit!
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