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Cajun Turkey Spicy Sausage Chili Recipe

2 1/2 lbs of ground Turkey

14-28 oz hickory smoked Spicy Andouille Sausage
( Andouille Sausage is typically made with pork, but can also have turkey and beef combinations that has been seasoned with garlic and cajun seasoning. Cut the sausage into small bite-sized pieces 1/4 inch slice cut in half or quarters)

photo credit Ken Burridge

Cajun Turkey Chili

1 20oz bag of dried beans for Hurt’s Cajun 15 bean soup
(After soaking over night should equal about 4 cups of festive beans)

Note: The 15 varieties of bean is really closer to about 18: Northern, pinto, large lima, yellowed bean, garbanzo, baby lima, green split pea, kidney, cranberry bean, small white, pink bean, small red, yellow split pea, lentil, navy, white kidney, black bean

This recipe makes an entire large crockpot full of Cajun Turkey Spicy Sausage Chili.

In a large skillet fry:

2 1/2 lbs of Ground Turkey
2 cups diced onion
1 cup diced sweet peppers
1 cup sliced celery
4 cloves of fresh pressed garlic

After each batch has been cooked (the turkey, onion, celery, pepper & garlic mixture) transfer into a large crock pot.

Also add the following items and ingredients to the crock pot

Smoked Spicy Andouille Sausage

1/2 to 1 bottle of beer
6 T of lemon juice
1 T Parsley
1 T Dark Chili Powder
3 T Cumin Powder
6 T Cajun seasoning
6 T of BBQ sauce
3 chicken bullion cubes

3 cans diced tomato
1 can tomato sauce

Cooking Instructions:
Keep the temperature turned up to high until the crockpot begins to boil then reduce to low or warm depending up how soon you wish to serve.

If more liquid is needed during extended simmer time periods add more beer or more diced tomatoes.
If the chili has too much liquid add a can of red or kidney beans.

Obligatory serving suggesting:
Steamed white rice

Dixie_BeerOptionally Garnish and/or serve with:
French or sourdough bread
Graded cheese and/or bit of sour cream
Dixie beer


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