I enjoy sharing great recipes with you guys. Did you know there is a recipe tab up top? I have shared a few different recipes throughout the years and store them all there. Take a browse through. You may find something you may like to try. We eat the refreshing summer salad almost every week and sometimes twice. It is so dang good. And so is the salmon recipe that we eat LOTS.
Deb found this recipe for turkey chili in the slow cooker. Today was the first time we made it and it was FANTASTIC. So fantastic that I wanted to share it immediately. When I worked outside of the home, my crockpot was my best friend. I threw meals in that crockpot several times a week to make my evenings a lot more enjoyable.
This recipe actually says to cook on low all day, but since we were home, we set it on high. And, you obviously don’t have to make it in the slow cooker but we did. It was so simple and so quick. Basically you just throw all of the ingredients in and forget about it!
1 can cannellini beans (drained and rinsed)
1 can black beans (drained and rinsed)
1 pkg ground turkey (uncooked)
1 small onion
garlic (however much you prefer)
1 small can green chiles
2/3 T of chili powder
2/3 cup of fresh salsa or pico de gallo (we used whatever we had on hand)
1 cup chicken broth
salt and pepper
Again.. toss everything in your slow cooker. Cook on low all day. We cooked this on high for about 3 hours and stirred it once. You can add cheese, sour cream, chips, etc. And, whatever you like on your chili.
Have I mentioned it was DELICIOUS. If you have trouble with the acidity of the typical chili made with tomato sauce, I think this will be a favorite of yours. It was very mild! We will definitely be adding this to our normal rotation, especially during the fall and winter months that are quickly approaching.