Instant Pot Turkey Chili Recipe is the answer to "What's for dinner?" Southwest seasonings, ground turkey and two kinds of beans blend with the tomato-y flavor for a quick and easy Recipe for Chili that you can get on the table in a hurry!
Instant Pot, where have you been all of my life?
Finally! I made the leap and bought an Instant Pot. Now, that I have one... what do I do with it? To help me figure that out, I asked a few of my friends to share a recipe or two with me so that I can learn how to use it. Jennie came through with a easy and delicious chili recipe.
I've posted several delicious chili recipes like Authentic Texas Chili (also called a "Bowl of Red") and Anne's Ultimate Vegetarian Chili that was featured on Food Network but, sometimes, you need to get chili on the table in a hurry.
This Instant Pot Ground Turkey Chili Recipe is from my friend Jennie Brown and it is perfect for getting dinner on the table FAST!
Here is what Jennie says about this recipe:
"I've made a zillion pots of chili over the years, and I always love it even if I've tried a new ingredient, or spice but, nothing compares to this Instant Pot Turkey Chili Recipe. I wasn't sure if it would measure up to all the other slowly simmered pot's of Chili, but, it surpassed them, and in a fraction of the time. This is truly a delicious meal. It's full of healthy ingredients, it comes together quickly, and you're ready to eat. Put this one in your favorites, because it will easily become the go to recipe for Chili."Jenny Brown
Is Turkey a Southwest or Mexican Food?
Yes! Turkey is a very Mexican/ Southwest food. In fact, turkeys are indigenous to the Americas and are considered a "pre-contact" food.
Turkey is delicious in all things Mexican (like enchiladas, tacos, pozole) or Southwest (like chile, BBQ, chimichangas).
This recipe for this 30 Minute Leftover Turkey Bean Soup makes a delicious and easy Southwest dinner idea! Swap out the herbs like sage, thyme and poultry seasoning your favorite taco or chile spices or try this Turkey Taco Seasoning for a Southwest spin.
Not ready to try Turkey Chili? Have no fear, this Slow Cooker Crack Chicken Chili Recipe is an easy and delicious crowd pleaser. You can't go wrong with beef chili and this Southwest Chili with Black Beans and Corn for and easy week night dinner.