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Turkey Chipotle Chili #SundaySupper

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Turkey Chipotle Chili – A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you’re ready to eat.Turkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chilies slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupper Cold weather has arrived. My heater has been turned on twice now. I try to use the heater sparingly but the time is coming that it will be on 24/7 like the AC in August. With the advent of cooler weather means more and more soups, stews, and chilies in my slow cooker!

Taking inventory on the blog, I have a beef, chicken, and pork chili. So, it was turkey’s turn, which turns out to be perfect timing with the holidays around the corner and the inevitable turkey leftovers.

Every time I use ground turkey, I stop and wonder why I don’t use it more often. It’s good for you, high in protein and low in fat. It’s got a heartier texture than ground chicken. It’s just a nice meat that I should keep on hand. If you are going to use holiday leftovers in this, don’t add your cooked turkey until 10 minutes or so before you want to serve it. Since it’s already cooked, you don’t want to dry it out by having it in the slow cooker all day.

I love chipotle in adobo, but those bad boys are not weak. I added two because I wanted to prove I wasn’t weak, but made it to where I couldn’t serve this dish to Elizabeth. If your family likes it a wee bit on the spicy side, add the two chilies. If not, one is more than sufficient. And if you all walk on the wild side and like to feel the burn, add three. I also used a Mexican beer in this recipe but if you are opposed to cooking with alcohol, just add an extra cup of broth. Turkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupperFor garnishing, you really can go anyway way you want. I went simple with some cilantro and radish for crunch. You could add sour cream, cheese, raw onion, green onion, tortilla chips, chocolate chip cookies, really any thing you want. Maybe even a squeeze of lime.

I was originally just going to use ground turkey but a friend suggested the two types of turkey, for texture. He was correct (he does enjoy hearing he’s right). I loved the firmer solid pieces of turkey breast but the softer, yet more seasoned ground turkey, was a nice contrast.
Turkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupperTurkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupperTurkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupperTurkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupper

Turkey Chipotle Chili #SundaySupper
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Ingredients

  • 1 lb ground turkey
  • 1 lb turkey breast
  • 2-15 oz can white beans; drained/rinsed
  • 1-15 oz pinto beans; drained/rinsed
  • 4 Anaheim chilies; roasted
  • 8 oz Mexican beer
  • 2 chipotles in adobo; diced
  • 1 tsp adobo sauce
  • 1-14.5 can diced tomatoes; drained and juice reserved
  • 2 tsp. cumin
  • 1 tsp sweet paprika
  • 1 red bell pepper; diced
  • 1 cup onions; diced
  • 3 cups chicken broth
  • 1-6 oz can tomato paste
  • 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • Salt and pepper; to taste
  • 2 cloves garlic

Instructions

    Roasted Anaheim Chilies
  1. Turn broiler on.
  2. Clean, cut, de-seed and de-vein chilies.
  3. Place on a foil-lined baking sheet.
  4. Broil for 10-15 minutes, flipping and rotating the chilies, watching carefully that they char but not burn.
  5. Remove from the broiler, allow to cool and then dice.
  6. Chili
  7. Add the drained/rinsed beans, bell pepper, roasted Anaheim chilies, garlic, and onions to a slow cooker.
  8. Heat a large skillet on medium-high and add the olive oil, brown both the ground turkey and turkey breast that has been seasoned with salt and pepper. Cook until the turkey has color, but it does not need to be fully cooked. Add it to the slow cooker.
  9. Dice the chipotle in adobo and add to the tomato juice. Mix in the adobo sauce, cumin, salt, pepper, and paprika, then pour into the slow clocker, mix well.
  10. Pour in the Mexican beer and chicken broth; stir well.
  11. Place the lid on and cook on high for 1 hour.
  12. Place the tomato paste in a bowl and ladle out the liquid from the slow cooker, whisking it into the tomato paste until the paste is a thick liquid. Pour the liquid into the slow cooker, stir well, replace the lid and cook for an additional hour on high or 3 hours on low. After this time, reduce heat to keep warm.
  13. Garnish with cheese, onions, sour cream, radishes, green onions, cilantro, and such, serve, and enjoy.
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Turkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupperTurkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupperA few weeks ago, I had my first recipe with Sunday Supper Movement, Pork Chops with Glazed Apples and Vegetables. I enjoyed my time with the group so much, I jumped on board to participate in this weeks edition: Warming Trends.

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Turkey Chipotle Chili ~ A thick, deep, rich tomato based chili using two types of turkey, two types of beans, and two types of chiles slow cooked until you're ready to eat ~ The Complete Savorist #sundaysupper

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    October 25, 2015 at 7:08 am Yum! I would have to go with avocado, a little sour cream with that cilantro on top. Sounds delicious, I love Chipotle flavor!
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    October 26, 2015 at 6:04 am I love the flavors in your chili - beef, chiles and chipotle. It does sound perfect for a cool night.
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    October 26, 2015 at 5:17 pm This looks delicious and I know I'll need some new ideas for what to do with extra turkey in the next few weeks! Thanks for sharing!
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      November 3, 2015 at 3:00 am There is a lot of red in the chili, it really made it stand out.
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      November 3, 2015 at 2:59 am I hope you enjoy it Jenny.
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