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Posted at 04:13 PM ET, 10/31/2011

‘Cover two’ turkey chili

The Redskins two game skid causes me to go back to the basics for this week’s tailgating recipe. There’s no better way to get back on a winning streak than to whip up some old fashion chili. Here’s the recipe for my “Cover two” turkey chili.

First, place a pound of ground turkey in your cooking pan over medium heat. Next, cut up some onions, green peppers, garlic, and red peppers.

Once the ground turkey turns a light brown, add salt, pepper, and cumin. Then pour two cans of tomato sauce on your ground turkey and mix together. Sprinkle powered chili on your sauce with a dash of hot sauce. Add a can of black beans and Garbanzo beans.

Lastly, add some barbecue sauce before combining your chopped vegetables. Mix all the ingredients together, and then place in a crockpot on high for 15 minutes. Serve with shredded cheese and an ice-cold beverage of your choice.
A bowl of 'cover two' turkey chili. (Troy Queen - Troy Queen)

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