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|Calories390Calories from Fat120|
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|Calories from Fat120|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Troy Richardson a month ago
Great Great Great!!!!!
Abigail Mikolon 4 months ago
Most perfect chili recipe
Erin 7 months ago
I liked this. To fit my family’s taste... I added canned corn and fresh diced carrots. Skipped tomato chunks but used two cans of amy’s tomato soup. Served with corn bread.
Jo a year ago
Good. I will tweak it to get it more spicy
Smith a year ago
excellent. I used a hot chili mix instead of chili powder and cumin. I will definitely make it again,
Cara Shea a year ago
Turned out SO good! I tweaked it a little to personalize it as I always do! I used one tablespoon of regular chili powder and one tablespoon of Indian chili powder. I also replaced the kidney beans with pinto beans and added garbanzos as well as sautéed seasoned mushrooms. It was spicy but I love spicy foods and it turned out great!
Rasheq Rahman a year ago
Super easy and tasty.
Cynest Sadista a year ago
LOVE this recipe. We mad a few chages: petite diced tomatoes, double up on the black beans and add finely chopped Kale. You can add it with the onions and saute them together. No one will notice it in the chili.
Doug S. 2 years ago
Excellent! Easy to make. Perfect amount of spice. Can always jalapeño or other hot pepper to turn it up a notch.
Hi 2 years ago
It was great. I added some semi-sweet chocolate to cut the acidity of tomatoes and also added a dash of cinnamon.
Byers 2 years ago
Whole family with kids ages 3-13 liked this.
Chrissy 2 years ago
Beautiful i gredients. And tasty and healthy.
Tiffany 2 years ago
I made it pretty much as directed however I seasoned my meat before cooking as well and added ground coriander, a bit more chili powder, and cayenne for an extra kick! Great base chili recipe, and SO easy to make!
Pilot J. 2 years ago
Turns out awesome. Used fire roasted dice tomatoes instead but followed everything else to the T. Great recipe
smithjlo . 2 years ago
I saw someone changed to garbanzo beans so I decided to try it and I actually liked it. But I also used small red beans instead of kidney beans. I also added some more seasoning to my meat as well I use garlic powder and onion powder; other than that this recipe is great will try it again.
Malea 2 years ago
I wasn't a huge fan. It wasn't bad I just felt like it was too saucy. I had to add some brown sugar to cut the acidity from all of the tomato sauce. I will be on the lookout for a different turkey chili recipe. Slightly disappointed.
Tillery 2 years ago
Still simmering ❤️ Simple and flavorful 💎
chris b. 2 years ago
Good chili The kids really liked it
Blohm 2 years ago
Great...lots of flavor. Added a bit of cayenne pepper when serving. Mild enough off the kids without cayenne.
Heather Kearney 2 years ago
I love this recipe. Only way I make my chili!!
Julia De La Cruz 2 years ago
Really delicious! Used extra chilli powder because I like it spicy
Priscilla H. 4 years ago
Only change I made was added some seasonings to the meat when i cooked it in frying pan. I do recommend this as I had wished this would have been at least a little bit spicy. Flavor was good, but it needed more in the chili - more veggies or peppers. I cooked on high for 3 hours. I would probably say you should shoot for 4 though. needs more spicyness, but will make a again with alterations :)
Kristie L. 4 years ago
Replaced kidney beans with garbanzo, added one can of corn. Used 1 can RoTel diced tomatoes with green chilies instead of plain tomatoes. Eliminated bell peppers and Cumin, *Perfect!*