Quinoa Turkey Chili
Total TimePrep: 40 min. Cook: 35 min.
Makes9 servings (2-1/4 quarts)
I made this and froze it and finally thawed it out and ate it around 2-3 weeks later because I meal prep a lot. And it was delicious! I also put the whole lb of my turkey in it bc I want more meat in my chili. It makes a lot of chili but I enjoyed this recipe and its great for meal prep. I will be making this again!
My family didn't like this! It actually looked better before I added the quinoa. The quinoa made the texture of the chili weird and it seemed like a bowl of mush instead of chili. If you take the 1/2 lb. of turkey out then this could be a vegetarian recipe and we like meat in our chili!
Made this for my husband and I because we are trying to eat healthier. It tasted great! We are pushing 50 and our metabolisms aren't what they use to be. Thank you for submitting such a great recipe that is healthy and tasty!
OK -- i liked this recipe more than my other--it was hearty and tasty and i swear it felt healthy as it was consumed.But i probably will not make again...unless i have a different audience.
Amazing recipe! It's very tasty and healthy! I feel more energetic after I eat it! I made it many times and it always come out good.
I make this recipe for new mamas. There's so many nutrients packed in! Personally, I think it could use more kick, but that's simple to add individually at serving time.
I've made this recipe several times, and it's always well-liked. The recipe makes quite a lot, but it freezes well. I like to use one can of kidney beans and one of black beans, instead of two cans of black beans called for. I also just leave out the "adobo" stuff since I don't know what that is and don't care to go out and find it, and it's still very flavorful and excellent.I also leave out the corn. I put in chopped celery instead (less starchy and zero calories). I also throw in a handful of chopped kale, because why not? I like things hot and spicy, so I also add jalapeño peppers and extra chili powder. Make sure to use organic zucchini and red pepper -- those are on the Dirty Dozen list! ;-)If you want even more protein (and flavor), add some chopped ham or turkey deli meat along with the ground turkey.
We like spicy food at our house so this was excellent. I realized that I didnt have enough tomatoes so I added rotel and I just skipped the corn all together. It was still yummy. I think I will make this again!
I hate to be the Debbie Downer among all the excellent reviews, but I didn't love this. Out of fear of it being too spicy, I only added half a chipotle pepper, and a tsp of the sauce, since I have to feed my young son. I found it "ok" but I won't go out of my way to make it again. It makes so much. But it sure was simple to throw together.
This chili was excellent. It had just enough bite to satisfy the husbands liking for spicy foods and still not too spicy for my sensitive tongue. Also it is very colorful. I will definitely make this again