Turkey chili is an easier and healthier take on traditional chili con carne, but just as punchy. Made with a delicious thick tomato and pinto bean sauce, this spicy dinner is perfect fresh off the stove or made for leftovers.
After a more streamlined chili recipe that you can enjoy without feeling like you’ve cheated? This guilt-free turkey chili does away with the rice and cranks up the flavor to give you a lighter, healthier alternative to the popular dish.
Chili is one of my favorite meals for so many reasons, one of which being what a practical meal it is: Make this stuff in batch and you have your next few meals taken care of.
What’s especially great about this recipe though is how it doesn’t leave you feeling heavy and guilty afterwards. Its use of lean turkey makes it a far healthier alternative to regular beef chilis. Plus, the tomato, sweetcorn and kidney bean content in it makes it filling enough to completely negate any need for rice.
Lean meat and (almost) carb-free! This is a guilt-free chili, and it’s beautiful.
I’m always keen to hear other people’s interpretations of the recipes I share, so do let me know what you think of this one and if there’s anything you’d change.
But for now, enjoy!