We had a guest at our little party that was not a big fan of chicken (or so I thought, but I had misremembered that part) so I made a turkey chili or something a little lighter to offer, and to give a very different flavor than the other two we had. I usually make a great white chicken chili but I don’t use turkey all that often, and for no good reason. So I got to work in the kitchen and it turned out really good. This is what I can up with.
19 oz lean ground turkey
8 oz fire roasted green chilies
2 tsp Better Than Bouillon Chicken flavored (Veggie would also work. Do they have a turkey? If so that would work.)
1 cup water
2 cans White Soy Beans, with liquid
1/2 cup liquid drained from diced tomatoes with green chilies (I used Rotel brand, this is what was drained off of 2 cans used in another recipe I will share tomorrow.)
2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp white pepper
1 tsp cumin
And one of the many reasons I love a chili recipe. You dump all ingredients into your stoneware, cover and turn your slowcooker on to high for 4-5 hours, or low for about 8.
Everyone really liked this one, even the folks who went back for a bowl of one of the other chilies and ended up with this one as those pots where scraped clean. It was a big hit. This one works really nicely with some sour cream, salsa verde and a few tortilla strips on top.