1In large sauce pan (we used our cast iron skillet) warm up your olive oil and begin browning the turkey meat. As the meat is browning, chop up all the veggies and the garlic and add them to the meat. Once added, cook about 10 minutes or until softened.
2Chop up 3-4 of the chili peppers (more or less depending on your spice preference) and mix with the tomato sauce. Pour in the tomato sauce/chili mixture in with the meat and vegetable mixture and add in chicken (or veggie) broth. Bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer until thickened. This may take anywhere from 7-12 minutes.
3We ate ours with tortilla chips as utensils and cheddar cheese on top. Enjoy!
Perfect for a quick weeknight meal, this spicy turkey chili starts with sauteed bell pepper, onion, and garlic. Chili powder, cayenne, cumin, bay leaf, and a hint of cinnamon flavor the tomato-and-broth-base, while white beans add extra heft and texture to the ground turkey. Read more.