In this article we will look at a low calorie, high protein chili recipe that is sure to please you and your family or guests. Another quick-fix recipe, this chili uses a variety of canned or ready-to-eat ingredients, including salsa, black beans, vegetable juice and turkey kielbasa. By keeping with a minestrone vibe of small pasta and kidney beans, the addition of veggies like broccoli and turnips is less out of place than it would otherwise be in a chili recipe.
This is the BEST chili I’ve ever made and I’ve been making chili for over 50 years!!! I don’t go too crazy in trying to get everything uniform since chili is a pretty rustic dish, but you do want them relatively small and manageable pieces. Susan – I don’t know if any other companies make chili bricks, but canned all meat chili might work kind of okay.
Add the garlic, yellow onion, tomatoes with juices, chili powder, oregano, cumin, salt, pepper, cornmeal and stock to the slow cooker and stir to blend. Feel free to add some jalapeno peppers for a little more kick, or add some beans. Stir in black beans, corn and its liquid, chili seasoning mix, crushed tomatoes, and water; stir to combine.
And if you’ve been searching for a good standard” type chili that everyone will like, look no further! If your worried about the alcohol in the beer don’t be as it will cook out during the cooking time. This is a very easy recipe to double or treble, keep all the quantities in the same proportions, but the frying process will take you a little longer.
This chili falls into the good-for-you category by using heart-healthy white beans and lower-fat ground chicken instead of beef. Add cubed chicken, diced onion, and garlic powder to the pot and sautÃ© until the chicken is cooked and the onions are translucent.