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Make Chili a Dip and a Sauce

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Make Chili a Dip and a Sauce

My chili recipe functions as a run-of-the-mill chili and a chili dip and sauce. It’s that good.

How do I dip? Stir equal parts chili and queso together and then find a bag of Tostitos for some high-quality dipping.

How do I sauce? Nothing beats cornbread topped with chili. It’s not complete without a bottle of Corona, if I do say.

Hungry yet?

This chili recipe is based on my good friend Judy’s recipe, which I’ve modified over time to be a little more spicy and a little more veggie.

Judy and Sara’s Chili Recipe

*1 lb. ground turkey

*dash(es) of salt and pepper

*1 large onion, chopped

*1 red bell pepper, chopped

*1 green pepper, chopped

*2 medium tomatoes, diced

*liberal amount of freshly chopped parsley

*3 cloves garlic, minced

*1 Jalapeño, diced (2 or 3 if you like it hot)

*packet of your favorite chili seasoning

*1 cup spaghetti sauce (about a 1/2 of a jar)

*1 can tomato paste

*1 can kidney beans (two if you don’t want to use ground turkey)

* 2 tbsp paprika

* 2 tbsp chili powder

Instructions: Brown turkey in skillet, season with salt and pepper (drain fat, if necessary). Meanwhile, saute peppers and onion. Combine all ingredients. Simmer for 1.5 hours, stir frequently, and add more spice to taste.

chili and cornbread

p.s. I have made this chili recipe with bacon before, and, of course, it tasted better. Simply fry up eight pieces of bacon, crumble, and stir in bacon before you serve. If you try it, let me know what you think.

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7 Responses to “Make Chili a Dip and a Sauce”

  1. Chung says:

    I love chili and make it often. What’s in your chili seasoning packet? I hope it’s 100% cumin, because I think that’s what makes chili, well, chili. The recipe I use and play with is usually found on any can of Goya red beans. For readers who want to simplify, it’s a great classic recipe. And when I learned to make chili, I discovered the wonders of cumin, and now buy it in bulk. Should I make Chili a la Chung for Dipstock?! 🙂

    • saral says:

      I just buy the regular ol’ chili packet in the bean aisle, which has an assortment of spices. I haven’t done much by way of experimenting with cumin, but you’ve inspired me! Chili for Dipstock sounds fab. I’d love to try your version.

  2. Monet says:

    Ah, Chili…this looks great, and I have a full bag of tortilla chips that would love to meet up with this yummy bowl!

  3. Baking Serendipity says:

    I love the versatility of this recipe! And the use of ground turkey…my favorite!

  4. sweetlife says:

    oh goodness a blog about dips, where have you been all my life? we are a dippy family, great recipe..chili as a dip too yummy,

    sweetlife

  5. saral says:

    Thanks for stopping by, ladies. And I use ground turkey whenever I can. Why not. Right?

  6. that sounds so great!! I don’t eat beef so its perfect for me with the turkey! just get me a bag of chips!!

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