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Saturday, March 26, 2016

6 WBMO - Killer Chili

Recipe Found Here

                         Killer Chili 

 2 chilies, roasted, peeled, seeded, and finely chopped (I like Anaheim chilies in this recipe, but you can use any that you like.)
3 or 4 chopped bell peppers (your choice of green, red, yellow, orange), diced
1 large onion, diced
1¼ to 1½ pound extra lean ground turkey
 3 Portobello mushrooms, chopped (these kind of take the place of beans in the chili)
 3 large cans no salt added tomatoes, either chopped or pureed
 4 packets of no-sodium chicken broth powder
 1¼ - 1½ pounds extra lean ground turkey
 Italian seasoning mix  *( I have an OP Mix Look in sidebar under labels*)
Chili powder
black pepper
 fresh or dried cilantro
sweet basil

 Sauté chopped bell peppers, onions and mushrooms in a non-stick pan until browned...
You may need to cook these in a few "batches" to get them to fit in the pan for browning.
 As they are browned, combine them in a large stockpot where you will simmer the chili.

 Brown the ground turkey and season to taste with Italian seasonings and chili powder. When the turkey is browned I weigh it to find out how many servings I'll be dividing the chili into when it is done.

 Add tomatoes and chicken bouillon to stockpot along with enough water for desired consistency. Season to taste with: roasted chopped Anaheim chilies (I start with 1 and add as much as I want to get it hot enough, but be careful and start with just a little because some chilies are hotter than others...), chili powder, black pepper, fresh cilantro, oregano, sweet basil and cumin.

 Simmer on low for at least 30 minutes to allow the flavors to blend. Feel free to adjust the recipe to your taste adding any salt free seasonings and free vegetable that you like--I've added celery and like it that way too...
 Let cool and package individual servings in Ziploc bags.

Each serving contains Protein B and vegetables (I don't recall at the moment if tomatoes are free vegetables but I know the rest are). It's a big mess to make, but you can make as much as your stockpot will hold and freeze it for later. It makes a really good hearty meal with just a few minutes in the microwave! ENJOY!!! 

 Servings: about 15, containing 2 oz. Protein B and Free Foods (or you can count as Vegetable A) per serving.


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