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Hearty chili made with turkey and black beans. Perfect for a weeknight dinner.
In a large Dutch oven, over medium-high heat, brown the ground turkey. Remove turkey from the Dutch oven to a bowl once cooked. Drain fat from the pot, reserving two tablespoons and add that back into the pot. Add the onions and bell peppers into the pot with the grease and saute until softened, approximately 5-7 minutes. Add the jalapeno and garlic and cook for 1-2 minutes. Then add the Peppadew peppers and the juice from the jar stirring to combine. Add the ground turkey, black beans, tomato puree and diced tomatoes stirring thoroughly.
Add the remaining ingredients, brown sugar through pepper and taste for seasoning. You may add more cayenne to adjust the heat.
Simmer on medium-low heat for 30 minutes or up to an hour. Add 1/4 cup of water if the chili starts to become too thick.
Top with cheddar cheese, corn chips or cilantro.
My great grandmother’s original recipe for the chili she made in her Muskogee, Oklahoma chili parlor, in the early days of statehood when chili parlors were so popular. I have won 2 chili cook-offs with this simple, historic and authentic recipe for Oklahoma chili.
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