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Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil, light 1 medium yellow onion, diced 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 pound ground turkey 1 tablespoon chili powder 2 teaspoons cumin ½ teaspoon salt and pepper, each 1 ½ cups vegetable stock 2 zucchinis, cut into ½-inch cubes 2 (14.5-ounce) can cannellini beans, rinsed. 1-1/2 pounds lean ground turkey. 2 medium onions, chopped.

1-1/2 teaspoons dried oregano. 1-1/2 teaspoons ground cumin. 1 can (28 ounces).

1 1/2 tablespoons chili powder. 1 tablespoon minced garlic. 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cumin.

1 teaspoon dried oregano. 3 (15.8-ounce) cans Great Northern beans, rinsed and drained (certified gluten-free if necessary) 4 cups fat-free, less-sodium chicken broth. 3 cups chopped cooked turkey. HOW TO MAKE TURKEY CHILI Heat the oil in a Dutch oven over medium low heat.

Add the onions and sauté for about 8 to 10 minutes or until they’re beginning to brown. Stir in the oregano, cumin, chili powder and cinnamon. To keep the saturated fat low, we use one pound of ground turkey and add whole-grain bulgur to boost the volume and fiber in this chili recipe. After all the ingredients are added to the pot, we like to slowly simmer our chili for close to an hour to develop the best flavor, but if you’re in a hurry, reduce the liquid by half and simmer for 20 to 25 minutes.

Directions Heat the oil in large pot or Dutch oven over moderate heat. Add the onion, celery, poblanos, and cook, stirring Add the ground turkey and cook, breaking up the meat with a spoon, until the meat. Heat the oil in a Dutch oven or large soup pot over medium heat. Add the garlic, onions, bell peppers, carrots, celery, and sweet potato. Sauté for 5 to 7 minutes, until soft.

Add the turkey and cook until browned, 5 to 7 minutes, stirring often to break up the chunks. In a large pot over medium heat, combine the onion, garlic and ground turkey and saute for 10 minutes, or until turkey is well browned. Add the. Healthy turkey chili made with lean ground turkey, kidney beans and corn.

This version is simply the BEST! Perfectly spiced and packed with plenty of protein and fiber. Can be made on the stovetop or in your slow cooker!

White chili, often made with white beans, chicken, or ground turkey, offers a lighter alternative for those looking to enjoy this classic meal with fewer calories and less fat. Our first recipe is traditional White Chili, which uses hot pepper sauce made from jalapeños to add a kick of intense flavor, proving to be just the right about of spice.

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  • The onion almost fills 1/2 of the pot. Everything in this recipe seems to be in excess. Check out the amount of chilli powder he uses, hard to believe.

  • make my creation its called cheddar bay biscuit soup lol its cheese soup usually cheddar broccoli with rice and cheddar biscuits as dumplings

  • I love your recipes soooo much. I made the chicken chili a while ago and it was delicious and now I just made the vegetarian chili and it’s also delicious! ❤️❤️❤️

  • I look forward to trying these recipes. There is one thing though my man and I can’t stand to much acidic things, so how much baking soda should I add to counteract the acidic when it comes to the tomatoes?

  • Really enjoyed watching the video. Clear and precise. Always wondered how white chili was made but never looked into it until I saw your video showing all 3 types. Thanks!

  • Hey bro, great video, why not make a intro for the 2 or 3 types of videos you do. I.e. weekly meal prep, grocery haul, single meal prep ect. To separate your videos and have it a bit more professional. Just a thought.

  • Great Beads..Love Me Some Beans Dishes…Kendall Beans are a thickener,mash some of them on the side of the pot while they are cooking and it would make them creamy…Love this recipe thanks for sharing GREAT COOK!!!

  • Kendall, who needs tomatoes anyway? WOW! I love the look of this chili! It looks like it’s exploding with flavor! MMM! I can almost taste it! Thank you for showing all the ingredients in the description box! I’ve got to make it!

  • STOP COOKING WITH EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL… ITS DANGEROUS! EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL BURNS AT A LOW HEAT…. GO DO SOME RESEARCH… YOUR GIVING OUT DANGEROUS ADVICE! FOR REAL!

  • This looks simple and easy to make. I made some chili a while back and I put a little more in mine, but that’s the great thing about watching all these different meal prep videos. It gives you ideas and a base to start from.

  • Thank you so much for yummy recipes….. you are so beautiful you just had a baby bird face….
    And your hair is perfect for your face shape…. love you….��☺️����

  • You make cooking look so easy. Even a beginner like me couldn’t go very wrong while following your recipes. Thanks for the good show.

  • I like the idea of using rosemary. I use herbs de provence in my green chili (made with pork), which is pretty unusual but it tastes awesome.

  • Im waiting till you post the videos everyday, watching you cook is a great entertainment and really like your talk and to see you.All your food is very healthy, I wish you strength to post more videos in this channel. And Im the first viewer today!:)

  • You rock this channel. I have doubted many channels and have left them. I’m in for the long run! lol Can you post your version of an Italian Sunday sauce? Keep up the great work ����

  • Great video and definitely want to try this recipe! Any idea if this could be simmered on the stove if one doesn’t have a slow cooker?

  • I made the white chicken chili this weekend and it is perfect for fall!! Put everything in a slow cooker (with 3 raw chicken breasts instead of shredded) and cooked on high for 5-6 hours. Instead of jalapeno I used 1 cup of hatch green chilis that were roasted and chopped. Delicious. Served with crumbled tortilla chips, sharp cheddar, and avocado. I know I can always trust Sara Lynn to deliver on good recipes!!!! I can’t say the same for most other food bloggers. Everything I’ve tried from her has been a big win. ��

  • I’ve made this without some of the ingredients she added, no cheese, no sour cream, bacon and cornbread. It tastes fabulous without all the extras but add red pepper instead of hot sauce to your liking. I also used Serrano peppers instead and tomatillos. Delicious! The tomatillos really added to the flavor factor, not sure why she didn’t add them.

  • I just know that was a great dish Kendall,I never would have thought of using cornmeal to thicken,but I certainly will in the future I Garontee!lol!

  • If u dont want to add gatlic for fear of burning…. wouldnt u wait till after browning meat…. because wouldnt it burn while browning meat???

  • Looks so good I’ve thought about doing chili for my prep meals but now I have to do it’s a sign from the big man up stairs good vid bro

  • Sarah lynn I can’t tell you how obsessed I am with your channel
    I have made tons of your recipes and they never fail to amaze me ������
    Keep shining ����

  • I made white chicken chili for dinner tonight and it is so yummy!!! I like my chili extra spicy so I added an extra jalapeño and a Serrano pepper.
    Definitely keeping this in my recipe book. ��

  • Do you do your own home canning as I see you getting your tomato products out of canning jars? All three of you chilis looked like they are going to be fantastic tasting. I think white chili would be a great way to use up leftover turkey from Thanksgiving, you could as you say make up a big batch and freeze it and use according to how large of containers you used.

  • For the vegetarian chili you can just cube up a green zucchini and add to a medium /hot pan and it will brown up just like meat does. That ‘ll add more texture over just the beans. Personally for me…it ain’t chili without meat but I had to learn a vegetarian recipe for my gf and the zucchini made all the difference from just a “bean soup”. Also…to thicken and add flavor…2 tbs of masa flour pre-mixed with water (so it doesn’t lump)….works great for ANY chili.

  • That’s looks good! I’d probably make this into a vegetarian version for myself and family by adding a variety of beans and vegetables. But now I know what to do to keep chili simple and easy to remember. Thanks! I’ve been contemplating on getting a slow cooker, but after seeing you use the pressure cooker (and reading some reviews), I feel like a pressure cooker is a much more useful tool than a slow cooker. I might think about getting one.:)

  • I give you a thumbs up just for your background in the opening. 😉 Do you know what would GREAT with these beans? A chunk of cornbread!! am I right? 😉 OMG!!!! I have to add this to my recipe list!!!! GREAT recipe Kendall!!

  • Girl,is it any wonder why you are my fave chef,I don’t know how you do it,but your recepies are great!Go Canadian girl,Go!��������♥️

  • Guys! If you’re looking for a cheap and fast alternative to this white chicken chilli recipe that will feed an army if you need to, I recommend adding cream cheese to 7 can taco soup! If you have the spices, add them it’s amazing. But if you don’t, a packet of taco seasoning will do. All you need is canned corn, black and pinto beans, cream of chicken, chicken broth, chicken, petite diced tomatoes and taco seasoning and cream cheese. Drain, rinse, melt your cream cheese really low, add your soup base and ingredients and warm it all up in a big pot! I really recommend this for my lazy peeps it serves great with tortilla chips, Doritos, picked jalapeños you name it. Always better by scratch but when you’re in a pinch, you’re in a pinch and I just thought I’d share. Especially cause cans keep longer for any of my friends with lack of gov assistance during these times.

  • This is crazy.. I sat here watching this video thinking that this dude sounds just like Bryan from Cigar Obsession.. Low and behold I scroll down and I’ll be damned.. It is.. Nice job Bryan.

  • Looks great, reminds me that I’ve wanted to make some turkey or chicken chili for a while now. And hmmmm how would Chloe feel about a mountain of beans on the kitchen floor?:)

    Your ass blaster “a little goes a long ways” comment reminds me, have you ever tried Dave’s Ultimate Insanity sauce? I haven’t had it in forever, but I remember loving adding 2-3 drops of it with a little bit of fresh peppers to a bowl of chili at my grandparents’ place in the past tons of heat there.

  • which slow cooker do you have? send me that link fam. also, i was in a car accident and couldnt workout for 3 years, i finally went back to the gym but my meals arent consistent, just watched your meal cutting prep videos that you uploaded a while back and im curious to know if you think i should do that type of diet. im about 6’3″ weighing at 225 pounds. im mostly chubby around my stomach and love handles. i want to get super cut and pretty much look like the photo you put in the video that i watched. you looked fantastic! so what would you recommend me do? sorry for the huge comment but a response would be such a huge benefit for me! thanks brother!

  • just found you TODAY.
    i am now binge watching all of your videos!
    such quality, convenient, and creative ideas for meals, THANK YOU!

  • As soon as I’m off this eating plan, I’ll be making this! It REALLY looks delicious! I’m not a fan of cilantro either and I’ve never thickened with cormmeal before! Are those canned green chilies spicy hot? Thanks for sharing, Sis! ��

  • Love vegetarian, but chili? Gonna see the hole show, a veggie would ba awesome but all that are hungry can eat all, cheers and be real and creative

  • so… there literally isn’t even a single chili recipe in this video, chili doesn’t have beans, it also cant be vegetarian… chili is short for chili con carne, which means “chili with meat”. also just adding a couple tablespoons of some generic chili powder instead of using a ton of real dried chilis you roast and grind yourself ends in a bad chili.

  • I made the vegetable chili last night. I followed the exact recipe to the T and it was amazing. If your not a fan of spicy food I would recommend not to add the Chipotle Chili’s. It was a bit spicy so my children could not eat it. I’ll make a separate pot next time for them without the Chili’s. Also, I added two things. I added some fresh avocado after adding the sour cream and cheese. It was perfect. I also ate it with tortilla chips and it was perfect. Thanks for this recipe. ☺️

  • There will never be a chili like the original Mexican Chili con carne. But the only white. Man’s chili I like is the one that uses Gebhardts Chili.

  • I’m from Holland and we don’t use Chipotle spices (well, maybe some people, if they’re familiar with american food). I used it last week in my vegan taco’s…… it was sssssssssooooooooooo insanly spicey!!!!!! maybe i used to much or something….. i didn’t like it! Is it allways that spicey? My mouth was burned the rest of the day

  • dude…for real…$2.00 to $2.50 on sale for ground turkey meat at Safeway. Buy your spices at Grocery Outlet for at LEAST HALF of what you’re paying now….Canned beans are never more than 89 to 99 cents per can. Today i spent one dollar for five cans of Rotelli diced tomatoes with diced green chili peppers. Got 2 cans of Muirglen organic tomao paste for a dollar and Hunts no salt added 28 oz can petite diced tomatoes 2 for a dollar. Teach your viewers food cost as well.

  • Asafetida or hing is good for keeping the bean gas down. The stuff smells before cooking, but after the cooking, it works…no toots.��

  • This is definitely comfort food! I love it. Yeah over here cilantro is the way to go for this dish. Looked so good as you mixed up the beans….three cans? Heck yeah! What a delicious version you made. Love the cornmeal, never thought to add that, but my first wife’s version was NOT southern:) Love yours! Two bowls this way please?

  • Wow thanks for all these chili recipes. Anything that’s not used up on your cooking shows would be wonderful to take to the homeless shelter for a yummy meal. ��

  • I don’t put anything “white” in my ground turkey chilli, such as sour cream! Many people don’t like sour cream. Leave it out and offer as a topping of choice! Sorry, but That chilli did not look that appetizing! ��

  • This looks pleasing. I think I gotta add some corn to mine when I make this in the next couple of weeks. Thanks for sharing! It looks really good and hearty.

  • Sour cream, and ranch in chicken chilly?! In a dip maybe, certainly not in a “chilly” this did not look good. While I’m not a “chef” my chicken chilly would be better than this

  • Save the juice from baking or crock potting your chicken, this is what I used as a base rather than the boxed chicken broth. If we grill, broil, or bake a whole chicken or chicken thighs, breasts, etc., I always reserve the stock for other recipes.

  • Yum, for chili I do add something in that I haven’t seen others add yet: zucchini and squash! You’ll want to prepare it by chopping it into big chunks then throw it in your food processor, blender whatever you have and pulsify it till it looks like greenish-yellow soup with tiny zucchini and squash flecks. Otherwise if you throw it in the pot as chunks it won’t have the effect it’s supposed to and the chunks will become slimy and over cooked. However when blended into a soupy texture it’s just like adding celery, it’s not obtrusive and over powering but enhances all the flavors beautifully! I just make sure to leave out some of the tomato juice/sauce to ensure I have room for my zucchini/squash as I add in all the liquid and bits ����

  • Hmm, the fact that you add celery to chili and use a metal spoon on a ceramic base makes me think you don’t know what you’re doing

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