Taco Corn Chili

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It may only be August, but today in Wisconsin, the high temperature was 68 degrees, it was cloudy, windy, rainy and quite, might I say, cold. At least compared to the rest of our summer, that is. We have had highs in the 80’s since March! While it has been wonderful to have all the warm temps, today was a nice change. It made me crave fall and all that comes with is. Pumpkin, apple cider, scarves, boots…well, you get the idea. And in case the cool day couldn’t have got any better, it was the first preseason NFL Packer Game. In fact, it’s on TV as I write this. Ahhh, I love football and I love my Pack.
But, I’m not here to talk football, and frankly, you should be glad, because I don’t know that much about it. I know the ‘downs’, the scrimmage, huddles, and yes, I know when they get a touch down.
So what goes better with football season and fall, except chili? Let’s face it, it’s easy to make for a crowd (particularly men watching football), it’s delicious, you can make it however you want to. You could add noodles (which I happen to love, but since I’m eating clean, I like to add brown to mine), cheese, sour cream (or plain Greek Yogurt, in my case. Yes, it taste surprisingly like sour cream), hot sauce. Really, whatever you feel like goes.
Another awesome thing about this recipe, you can make it all in one pot. One dish and you’re done. Yay! That’s my kind of meal.
P.S. It’s also gluten free and a ‘clean’ recipe

Taco Corn Chili (adapted from Gluten Freely)

1 lb lean ground turkey (I use Jennie-O Ground Turkey 93/7)
1 (15 or 16 oz) can black bean, drained and rinsed
1 (10oz) can diced tomatoes with green chilies, undrained
1 (9oz) package frozen corn (I’m sure you could use fresh too, just use a scale to weigh it)
2 cups water
1 Tbsp chili powder
2 tsp honey
2 tsp onion powder
1 tsp ground cumin
1/2 tsp salt

In a large pot sprayed with cooking spray, cook turkey over medium-high heat. Cook turkey until until no long pink; Drain, if necessary.
Mix in the rest of the ingredients. Bring to a boil; then reduce the heat. Simmer uncovered for about 18 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Top with desired topping and enjoy!

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