White Turkey Chili – With Roasted Peppers, Artichoke, and Corn
Perhaps I did not get enough turkey this past Thanksgiving? Or perhaps it’s the sudden chilly weather? I’ve been in the mood for some (slightly) Southwest flavors — And a bit more turkey. I also have the perfect (perfect) bowl – Made by Simon Levin – For a grand serving of White Turkey/Artichoke Chili.
The Food — White Turkey Chili with Roasted Peppers, Artichoke, and Corn
I searched out an older recipe for a ‘White Chili’ and updated it a bit.
I used ground turkey (although, this would work great with left-over cooked turkey, cut up and diced). I roasted a few poblano peppers over an open flame, chopped up some jalapeno pepper, also yellow sweet peppers. I sautéed and mixed all together with chicken stock – Added spices (cumin, cayenne); then mixed in white beans, artichoke hearts and a batch of corn that I froze last summer. (I also added some chopped carrot for color).
WOW – This made a really tasty (and quite robust) Turkey Chili!! I would make it again (husband loved it). I’ve included the recipe on my Recipes Page.
The Pottery – Simon Levin Bowl:
I’m serving my White Turkey Chili in a wonderful, rustic, wood fired Bowl — Made by Wisconsin Artist, Simon Levin. I love the minimalist form – With the flame-kissed spot inside! Ancient-looking, but contemporary — A sense of mystery just to hold in my hands!
The bowl is larger than the usual ‘chili bowl’ – Could be a Serving Bowl for any meal. But it was also perfect (perfect) for my very own serving of comfort-food Chili.
I can’t help it — I LOVE both these bowls by Simon….
To see more awesome bowls, check out Simon’s Web Site: www.SimonLevin.com