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CC's Turkey Chili Recipe

Hi guys! Made up this concoction one night when I was cooking dinner for my fam and my Dad said he loved it! If you know my Dad, you know how brutally honest he is and very hard to impress so I was pretty proud of myself lol. I don't really measure too much when I cook and kind of free hand everything but here's my "recipe" below. Let me know if you try it and how you like it!

Serves about 4-5 people

I love cooking this for dinner and always having plenty of leftovers for lunch.


  • Organic Coconut Oil

  • 1 glove of garlic finely chopped or you can use minced garlic in water

  • I used two packs of Organic Lean Ground Turkey (98% fat free)

  • 2 medium/large peppers (I used one red and one orange pepper)

  • 1 can of Campbell's Turkey Gravy- my "secret" ingredient lol (sounds gross but its soo good)

  • A few dashes of Nutritional Yeast for flavoring/ extra vitamins & nutrients

  • As much or as little hot sauce as you'd like (I use Cholula original hot sauce)

  • 1 can of Organic Low Sodium Goya Red Kidney Beans


  • Heat non-stick deep pan or pot on medium (I LOVE my Copper Chef Deep Frying Pan)

  • Put a tablespoon of coconut oil in pan

  • Put about a teaspoon of garlic in pan, let brown slightly

  • Add turkey to pan- heat on medium/high

  • Season turkey in pan with some ground black pepper and nutritional yeast (I don't really use salt when cooking but feel free to add during this step! I would suggest Himalayan sea salt)

  • Keep an eye on the turkey while it's cooking while you clean and chop the peppers

  • Add peppers into pan once turkey is cooked through (no pink)

  • Cook for about 8 minutes with peppers then add the can of beans and turkey gravy

  • Mix and cook on low for about 8 more minutes? (I really just eye-ball it!)

  • Top with Sour cream or Avocado! (Optional but yummy)

  • Enjoy!

You can serve with rice or chips or just eat it by itself! :)



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