A spicy chili made with ground turkey, beans, and chili pepper sauce. Using a tried and true recipe.
It's that time of year again. Winter is the perfect time for chili. Although, I love chili and will eat it anytime. It's one of the few dishes I would happily eat every day. I always make a big pot of it so I can eat leftovers for most of the week. If there is any left it makes a great addition to Queso dip or Beer Cheese Nacho Sauce for a Chili Cheese dip.
#Winter is the perfect time for Turkey #Chili [Tweet this]
Chili is also a great meal to serve a crowd. It's simple, delicious, and you don't have to spend too much time in the kitchen. Just a little work and then let the chili simmer on low heat (or in a slow cooker) for a while. I believe it tastes even better the longer it sits. Chili is a great meal or snack for any gameday or Superbowl party.
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I make chili so often I usually don't think to post about it but I was looking back at some older posts and noticed my Chili con Carne post from 2013 needed updating. The pictures were old and not great and I've started using a better recipe. So I updated my old post with my new basic chili recipe that works with just about any kind of meat. Since my husband and I are trying to eat less red meat, we try to keep ground turkey on hand. So I used ground turkey in my chili recipe with great results.
#Groundturkey makes great #chili [Tweet this]
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