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Three-Bean Turkey Chili

Three-Bean Turkey Chili recipe
photo by:kraft
A chili that comes together in just 5 minutes? Yup. Brown the ground turkey, open three cans of beans—and let the slow cooker do the rest.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
3 hr 5 min
servings
total:
8 servings, 1-1/4 cups chili and 5 crackers each
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posted:
2/4/2008
Very good and super easy!
posted:
1/30/2008
I made it with a full pound of turkey and used two 15 oz cans of chopped tomatoes with onions and green peppers. I also changed from the Northern beans to the chilli beans (pinto beans in chilli sauce). I reduced my chilli powder to 1/2 tsp and used it to season my turkey as it was browning. I also used a medium salsa to give the chilli a little more heat...
posted:
1/28/2008
delicious! next time i will experiment with adding extra veggies and jalepenos. Excellent recipe as is though.
posted:
1/25/2008
I made this once and it became a constant with our family. It's healthy and great, and you have many options to experiment with additions to the meal.
posted:
1/16/2008
Sounds yummy by the reviews, but oh my that's alot of sodium per serving.
posted:
1/15/2008
Wow, I have to say Kraft seems to surprise me more and more! My changes, crushed tomatoes instead of the other two cans, chili seasoning packet (still used the the powder and cumin), I used 1 pkg each turkey and uncased Italian sausage-my husband likes his meat:) (that is why I added the packet) And I used chili beans instead of kindey beans...I am looking forward to the leftovers tomorrow!
posted:
1/15/2008
I love this recipe, it is so easy, I have a very busy life and no time to cook, but I knew that this was not going to take alot of time and it didn't. I think recipes like this are great for the busy person. thanks, MaryLee
posted:
12/29/2007
Perfectly spicy and extremely simple!
posted:
12/20/2007
This was very good. I altered it a bit but it was very tasty. and a perfect leftover.
posted:
12/8/2007
Of course I always have to alter a recipe. I used one pound of ground italian sausage instead of turkey. Rather than the navy beans, I added 2 cans of mexician chili beans without drainning. Throw in some onions and a bit of garlic, WOW. The longer it cooks, the more the saugage flavors it. Snow outside, great chili inside.
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