Winter is finally here, and its the perfect time for soul warming comfort food, hot chocolate, and soups. Apart from the warmth a soup provides I also like a kick for extra heat so what better then chili to satisfy. White bean chili verde is the perfect candidate and apart from delicious its also healthy. I hope you enjoy it…
3 cans white beans (drained)
3 cups roughly chopped kale
1lb ground turkey meat
1/4 cup roughly chopped cilantro
1 roasted poblano pepper seeded and deveined
1/2 cup salsa verde (store bought or home made)
2 boxes of vegetable or chicken stock
2 minced garlic cloves
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1 tablespoon olive oil
In a sauce pan add 1 tablespoon of olive oil, heat up and add garlic and ground turkey with salt and pepper to taste sauté till turkey is thoroughly cooked. Once turkey is done in a pot add turkey, cilantro and kale cook for about 3 minutes then add stock, beans, onion powder, cumin,thyme and salsa verde cook until kale is nice and tender, take a cup of broth from chili and roasted poblano pepper and blend for about 3 minutes, add mixture to pot,taste for salt add as needed, if chili is not brothy enough for you you can add some water and cook for another 10 minutes.
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Nancy was born and raised in Chicago’s Southside. Growing up in a Mexican casa, she always remembers watching her Mom and Grandmother cooking in the kitchen as a child and watching the vapors rise from the stove and the array of colorful ingredients that went into the creations. Dishes like Mole, Chiles Rellenos, and Pozole. The flavor in these dishes were amazing. Now as an adult, the flavors and the aromas in these dishes are pure nostalgia for Nancy. Nancy is a self-taught, with 26 years of learning experience and 3 years professional. Nancy and her business partner, who own Las Dos Fridas catering in Andersonville, have catered for the Mayor’s Office for Special Events such as Viva Latino Music Fest and the M.A.D.D. Candlelight Ceremony. They also cater to fashion shows with local designers like Horacio Nieto Jr. Recently, Nancy has also dabbled in giving cooking classes and it’s something that she loves doing and will continue to do. She specializes in all kinds of cuisine but focuses on vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free cuisine. Nancy’s motto is to keep it as authentic as possible, but also making it healthier without compromising flavor.