My personal challenge is to round up a good variety of recipes (esp. suppers) (esp. crockpot recipes) that have no tomatoes or peppers of any kind, not even chili powder.
Those of you who don’t know why I’m doing that or what on earth I’m talking about can click here and get up to speed.
So, as usual, when faced with a food problem I consulted with my real life friend, Faith. And as usual, she has been all kind of help.
My new recipe for the week is White Chili.
- 1 lb great northern beans, dry
- 1 lb ground turkey (can be omitted when the price is high)
- 1 lb bulk sausage (Farmland is 4/$5 right now at HEB)
- 1 qt. broth or stock (homemade or additive free)
- 1 onion, chopped
- 2 stalks celery, chopped
- 2 teaspoons garlic powder
- 1½ teaspoons dried oregano
- 1½ teaspoons ground cumin
- salt to taste
Cook the beans according to the directions on the package. While the beans are cooking you can brown the meat in a large skillet. Drain the beans and put them into the crockpot and turn it on high. Pour in the broth or stock. Add the cooked meat, leaving the drippings in the skillet.
In the fat that you left in the skillet you can cook the onion and celery. When those are translucent add them to the crockpot, but leave any excess fat out. Toss in the garlic powder, oregano, salt, and cumin. Give it a good stir.
Turn the heat down to low after the first hour. Another hour or two on low and it’s supper time!
You might like yours a little soup-y-er than this. You can just add a little more broth or a bit of water.
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