1 pot – ground turkey chilli : 5 photos

September 24th, 2006

I started chopping and slicing around 8-8:20am edt.

ok, 1.40 lb ground turkey, two big onions, many stalks of celery(5-8) , one big green bell pepper, sliced… and the chilli seasoning… some olive oil, some extra water to cover(filtered), uhm, 1 6oz can of tomato paste, 1 15 oz can of tomato sauce, and one 8 oz can of tomato sauce. added another bit of ground turkey, 1.35 lbs the label stated. all a simmering under the top.

1 packet of 1.40 lbs of ground turkey – added first

1 packet of 1.35 lbs of ground turkey – added later

2.75 lbs total ground turkey

I used a big wooden spoon, that has a flat side to it, so it stirs and scrapes.

I used a big metal pot, the kind with a thick bottom, this type of thick bottom pot prevents sticking and burning.
order of events:

the big eye on the electric stove I’m using has it’s settings like this:

off, low then 2 through 8, then high(then back to off)
heat on setting 4
olive oil in pot

two big onions – chopped/sliced

7 stalks celery – chopped

1 packet of 1.40 lbs of ground turkey – added first

one big green bell pepper, sliced

chilli seasoning

some more olive oil
I let that cook awhile…


added a little extra water to cover everything

Then I decided to add the mater stuff:

1 6oz can of tomato paste

1 15oz can of tomato sauce <- that didn’t seem enough, so I added some more:

1 8oz can of tomato sauce

started rolling boiling and poppin’ on setting 4, so eased it down to 3… still rollin’ a bit much so I turned it down to 2, for now.

now it is simmering on setting number 2

chilli turned out really yummy about 12:30 pm. edt

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