Diana's Low Fat Chili
Awesome chili made with a lot of veggies and even the kids eat it all up. This is a very hearty Chili Concarni made with ground turkey instead of ground beef making it a lower in fat dish excellent for diabetics as well."This is an excellent recipe, very tasty and healthy! I served it over rice and added some shredded cheddar cheese on top. A dollop of sour cream would probably be really good on top as well!" - brob1233
Yield: 12 Ready in 40 minutes
favorite of 76 people 26 people want to try
|2 poundsGround Turkey|
|1 largeZucchini; cubed|
|1 largeOnion; sliced thinly|
|2 eaGreen Peppers; cubed|
|2 tablespoonsolive oil|
|1 packageChili Seasoing; (Packages from Grocery Store)|
|3 15.5-oz cansKidney Beans; drained|
|3 14.5-oz cansTomatoes; diced|
|1 packageTaco Seasoing|
|6 teaspoonsChicken Gravy Mix (from Sam's)|
Diana's Low Fat Chili Preparation
Cook ground turkey until it is fully cooked. Add two tablespoons of Olive oil if your ground turkey is very lean. If it is not lean then do not use Olive oil and drain any fat left over. Add diced tomatoes and kidney beans. Drain two of the cans of kidney beans and add one of the cans with the juice in the pot. Add both the chili and taco seasoning packets.
Cook for about 20 minutes. Add zucchini, onions and green peppers to the pot and put on medium heat and cook for another 20 minutes. Check pot and stir so that nothing sticks to the bottom.
At the end of the cook cycle I added 6 teaspoons of Chicken Gravy Mix (the powdered Chicken Gravy Mix that you can find at Sam's in the spices section). It thickened it up a bit and added a fantastic flavor.
We like ours a little crunch meaning that the veggies are not mushy but just cooked enough to takes delish!
Calories: 328 per serving (123 Calories from fat)
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