Turkey Chili

Make your meat chili a little healthier by swapping out ground beef with lean turkey. By the time this comfort-food favorite is done simmering, you won’t be able to tell the difference. To bulk up basic turkey chili, add pinto or black beans, chickpeas or quinoa, and use cumin, chili powder and oregano to bring on the heat. An easy way to upgrade this hearty dish is with vegetables like carrots, bell peppers, roasted poblano chiles and even butternut squash. Garnish each bowl with fresh cilantro, melted cheese and a dollop of sour cream for a touch of coolness. Whether you want to finish off your roasted-turkey leftovers, or lighten up your favorite cold-weather supper, our guide to turkey chili has a recipe for every occasion.

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Classic Beef Chili

If you don’t have a chili recipe in our back pocket, make this one your go-to for game day. Fresh poblano and toasty ancho chile powder provide a tame level of heat, making this a crowd-friendly dish that guests crank up by topping with a few slices of fresh jalapeño. And thanks to convenient canned beans, you can get this on the table in under an hour. Game on!
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Pork-and-Brisket Chili

Kansas City, Missouri, chef Colby Garrelts makes a giant pot of chili for his family’s Sunday supper, often using venison that he has hunted himself. Here, he uses a mix of pork shoulder and brisket for a super-decadent and satisfying bowl of chili. Slideshow: More Chili Recipes
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Turkey Chili Recipes

There are few things more comforting than digging into a hearty bowl of turkey chili. Try your hand at any one of these incredible recipes, from a spicy turkey and quinoa chili to a turkey-and-pinto-bean chili. Plus, we've put a slight spin on the traditional dish with a recipe for turkey chili soup with hominy.
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Vegetarian Chili

Go vegetarian with your chili. In this recipe guide, TV chef Ellie Krieger offers up a vegetarian black bean chili with ancho and orange, while Zoe Nathan cooks up a healthy variation with barley, quinoa and beans. Plus, check out recipes for chili con tofu, squash-lentil chili and more.
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Crock-Pot Chili

Chili really benefits from being simmered low and slow. And if you want to use dried beans instead of canned, in a slow cooker, it’s never been so effortless. Add them with the ground beef, tomatoes and spices, and just six hours later, you have perfectly tender beans, perfectly delicious chili. For a spicier dish, add a minced, seeded poblano chile or two minced, seeded chipotle chiles in adobo along with the jalapeños. Slideshow: More Crock-Pot Recipes
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Chili Recipes

Chili is super versatile, and can be tailored to any diet. We love vegetarian-friendly black bean chili just as much as we love a BLT-inspired version. Whether you're looking for a classic recipe or a twist on an old favorite, these hearty dishes are perfect any time of year. From classic beef chili to a quick three-bean chili, here are fantastic recipes.
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