That's how easy it is! I can make two batches, no problem!
This time, I made a mental note to take pictures, and I even borrowed my brother's fancy camera to see what I could do. Some of the pictures are dark, but I hope you can enjoy the chili goodness as much as I did!
Throw the ground turkey right into the pan and separate it with a spatula
Browned turkey! Time to drain and throw into the pot
After rinsing out the pan, add in your chopped onions
If you have garlic monstrosities like I did, it's better to use two, rather than three
If you don't have one of these, go out and buy it right now!
It's a garlic crusher, and it will save your fingers lots of garlic-smelling agony
Add in your garlic until it's all soft
(It's in there, I swear)
Then add it into the pot with the turkey
Into the pot goes two cups of salsa (I chose medium spiciness)
Then add two cans of kidney beans
(Make sure you rinse and drain them, first!)
Now, this is the stuff you want for the tomatoes
"With Garlic and Olive Oil"
(Please ignore the 3-D photo)
That's what it'll look like when you add the whole can in, juice and all
And of course we couldn't forget this important ingredient...
(2 tablespoons will give you a little kick without being too spicy)
And since this batch is for ME....
What are those little yellow kernels I see?...
YES... It's CORN!
What a beautiful sight.
And there you have it, folks. If the previous entry didn't convince you to try this recipe out, these pictures should. I'm even trying to improve on my photography skills to make it look more appetizing. Until next time...
Wait... How did that sneak in there???
(He's quite adorable, don't you think?)
Happy spring, and keep cookin'!