Ancho-Chipotle Turkey Chili

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  • on February 24, 2014

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    Will be my chili recipe for now on. Perfect amount of heat and very hearty.

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  • on February 05, 2013

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    I am puzzled why other cooks would vary this recipe so much. The spices are very balanced, rich, and complex, and the heat is medium -- not hot. I think green chiles and canned tomatoes would undo this balance. Chili with tomatoes and green chiles is wonderful, but different from this recipe. The only thing I could imagine adding is some beans for those who insist on beans in their chili.

    This recipe if a favorite in our home without any tinkering.

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  • on September 30, 2012

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    I also tweaked the recipe, and think it's great! Skipped the ancho's altogether (smoke/spice of chipotles are enough for me & sub'd a red, green & 1/2 a jalapeño pepper. Also added kidney beans & sub'd some homemade kielbasa for the bacon. It's really a "stick to your ribs" chili, and I love that Rachael's recipes are so easily transformed to what works for us!

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  • on February 10, 2012

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    Let me preface my review with the fact that I love chili and I ended up eating the entire recipe over the course of a week. However, I think the spicing needs some tweaking and the recipe as is would not go over with guests who do not like spicy foods. The flavor is quite complex.

    Like one other poster, I substituted for the Applewood bacon. I used andouille sausage, and I added red kidney beans. I had some concern about the amount of Ancho puree so I added gradually and tasted. I stopped at. 2 cups. I also thought the recipe was lacking sweetness, so I added some honey to taste. If I were going to do this recipe again, I would use a large onion, a can of crushed tomatoes instead of paste, get rid of the smoked paprika as there was a little two much smoke, and use Ancho powder or ground Ancho chili. I think this would let the flavor of the turkey come through, sweeten it a bit, and make it palatable to a wider audience.

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  • on January 14, 2012

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    I've made this three times now and we love it! I did not use the ancho chilies and I also added kidney and black beans (because at our house, that spells chili but I've never found a recipe that made chili with turkey taste so meaty and wonderful!

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  • on July 14, 2011

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    I made this over the weekend and it received rave reviews from my family. The chipotle in adobo gave such good flavor. I did not have bacon so I substituted chorizo instead and it was great! Yum!!! Can't wait to make it again....

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