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Paleo Turkey Chili Recipe

As promised, below is my delicious Paleo Turkey Chili recipe that you cook on the stove.  It literally takes less than an hour to whip up!

Note: This recipe is doubled so that I have plenty to eat at the moment and still enough to freeze for another time.

 

Ingredients:

  • 1 Yellow Onion
  • 3 Tri-color Organic Bell Peppers
  • 3 Organic Zucchini
  • 1 stalk of Organic Celery ( I use 2 ears of it)
  • Minced garlic (about 2 cloves)
  • 2 Large cans of Cento Diced Tomatoes
  • Organic ground turkey
  • Garlic Powder
  • Onion Powder
  • Cumin
  • Chili Powder
  • Organic Sea Salt
  • Pepper
  • EVOO

In a pot, add your EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) and saute the celery and garlic. Let it simmer until soft (about 3 minutes). Then add, zucchini, yellow onion and bell pepper mixture and cook until soft (about 5-8 minutes) on low.

pot

While the veggie mixture is cooking, cook your ground turkey in a skillet. When fully cooked, add your spices to your liking. (I don’t use measurements because I just add spices until I like the taste. I do add a significant amount of cumin and chili powder to give it that chili flavor though).

skillet

Once, your turkey is fully cooked and seasoned you can add it to the veggie mixture in the pot. From there, add the 2 large cans of Cento diced tomatoes, stir and let cook on low for another 5-8 minutes to let all the flavors marry. Continue to stir occasionally and check to see if you need more salt (I usually add a little extra salt so it’s not too bland).

Wallah you have yourself one delicious pot of chili!!!

Enjoy!

chili2

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