24 May 2018

Turkey Chilli by Celine

I love comfort food. When I think of comfort food I think of something warm, hardy and delicious.  Can all these things really be healthy? Seems like a myth right, but It doesn’t have to be.

Chilli is one of those things that every family and restaurant have their staple on. All delicous in their own way. I have a new staple on how to present the delicous comfort of Mommas home-cooking made with healthy whole ingredients. You can be proud to feed your family this healthy meal.

Turkey Chilli


  • 1 Pound of lean ground turkey
  • 1 Cup of mushrooms ( use a mushroom of your choice, I prefer portobello)
  • 1 Cup of corn
  • 1 Large yellow onion chopped fine
  • 1 Cup of kidney Beans
  • 1/2 Cup of chickpeas (could be more kidney bean, this is your preference)
  • 796 Ml of crushed tomatoes
  • 1 Jar of Simple Organic Tomato and Basil
  • 1 1/2 TBS minced garlic  
  • 2 TBS oregano
  • 2TBS smoked paprika
  • 2 TBS chilli powder
  • 1/4 TSP cayenne pepper
  • 1 TBS cumin
  • 2 TBS fresh italian parsley  (tear the leaves off to use)
  • 2 TSP honey
  • 1 TBS coconut oil
  • Himilayan salt and pepper to taste


Stove top:

  • Large pot on medium heat
  • add coconut oil and ground turkey
  • add garlic, oregano and onion to ground turkey while cooking
  • once the ground turkey is cooked add all remaining spices and vegetables
  • add the tomato sauces, kidney beans a chickpeas and stir until a nice simmer has been formed
  • add honey, salt and pepper.
  • let simmer for 30 minutes.  
  • serve with a 1/4 of avocado  sliced on top

Crock pot:

  • Large pot on medium heat
  • add coconut oil and ground turkey
  • add garlic, oregano and onion to ground turkey while cooking
  • once cooked add the turkey to the crock pot
  • mix in remaining spices, vegetables, tomato sauces, kidney beansand/or chickpeas, honey and salt and pepper
  • give it a nice big stir and let cook on low for 4 hours
  • return home to a nice arroma and serve with 1/4 avocado slice on top

I personally love chickpeas and kidney beans. so, I have done a little research to share with you so you can decide which best fits your diet.

Kidney Beans 100g vs. Chickpeas 100g

Calories: 84 vs. Calories: 164

Fat: 0g vs. Fat:3g

Sodium: 258mg vs. Sodium:243mg

Total Carbohydrates: 16g  vs. Total Carbohydrates: 27g

Sugar:2g vs. Sugar:5g

Protein:5g vs. Protein:9g

Calcium:2% vs. Calcium:5%

Iron:7%vs. Iron:16%

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Celine Tracy – KDAVIS FITfluencer



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