Slow Cooker or Stove Cooked 3 Bean Turkey Chili
This comfort food will warm you up from the inside out.

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Slow Cooker or Stove Cooked 3 Bean Turkey Chili

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Adjust Servings:
2 tablespoon Vegetable Oil
2 lbs Ground Turkey Can be substituted with ground beef or half and half
1 large Onion Diced
16 ounces Salsa I use mild but you can use medium or hot
4 - 15 ounce cans Fire Roasted Diced Tomatos
1 - 15 ounce can Kidney Beans drained
1 -15 ounce can Black Beans drained
2 - 15 ounce cans Chili Beans with juices
2 tablespoons Cumin
1 package Taco Seasoning
1/4 cup Chili Powder
2 tablespoons minced Garlic
to taste Chili Pepper Flakes
to taste Salt and Pepper

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Chili is the perfect way to warm up on cool/cold evenings. This chili is zesty and can be modified a few different ways; you can make it in a slow cooker so it's ready when you get home, or you can make it on the stove in less than an hour. You can add a jalapeno for extra spice or you can just have it mild. It's truly up to you and what you appreciate at the end of the day.

  • 80 minutes
  • Serves 12
  • Easy




When the weather shifts from the heat of summer to the coolness of fall and winter my kitchen shifts from salads and outdoor cooking to making stews and chili.  In my mind those are the perfect comfort foods that warm you from the inside out.  This recipe for chili is easy and yummy.  I can put everything needed into the slow cooker before I go to work, or if it’s been a colder day and I know Bob will need some extra warming up when he gets home, I can put it together in a few short hours.

You can make this recipe mild, medium or hot by adding the type of salsa you like and adding some extra peppers.  If you don’t have any salsa laying around, instead of leaving the house (and potentially getting cold again) to buy salsa you can use my recipe for restaurant quality salsa which will give the chili the perfect amount of zing.

This recipe is also fantastic for potlucks at work.  I’ve been taking this in at least once a year for 10 years and every time it goes in the people that eat it give it rave reviews.  A month ago I took it in when we had a Tailgating potluck.  My team wanted to have hotdogs, so I brought the chili.  We used it for chili dogs, nacho’s and just regular bowls of chili (with or without cheese/crackers).  I have a large crock pot at work that I used what I call a ‘crock pot condom

This is super easy and super tasty!

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*** Stove Top Instructions ***
Add oil to hot saucepan. Add chopped onions and cook until translucent. Add ground turkey (or beef) and cook until browned

*** Slow Cooker Instructions ***
Add oil to hot saucepan. Add ground turkey (or beef) and cook until browned.
Scoop cooked turkey into your slow cooker. Add raw, chopped onions.


Everything Else

*** Stove Top & Slow Cooker Instructions ***
- Add everything else to the pan/slow cooker (beans, tomato, spices, salsa) stir.

*** Stove Top ***
Cook low and slow, stirring occasionally, for 60+ minutes.

*** Slow Cooker ***
When everything has been added to the slow cooker, stir, cover and set to low for 6-9 hours (or until you get home).

Top with cheese, crackers or naked. Serve with corn muffins.


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