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Name:Hot Lips Turkey Chili Contributor:Rebecca Wells
Description:Hot Lips Turkey Chili Posted:1994-08-18
Key words:habanero, garlic, lime, turkey Category:Main Dishes
ID:84 Updated:2006-04-02 08:46:22
Ingredients:1 medium sized yellow onion
2 Tbsp garlic
~1.3 lbs turkey breast meat
1 bottle of Mezzetta brand Habanero hot sauce
2 limes juice
1/3 c Rose's lime juice
3 Tbsp brown sugar
2 15-oz cans Garbanzo beans
1 ripe mango
1 dried habanero chili (if desired)
Preparation:Chop onion and garlic. Cube the turkey. Chop the mango. Crush the Habanero chili.

Saute the the onion and garlic in some vegetable oil in a large skillet, preferably cast iron. When the onion turns translucent, add the turkey bits. Brown the turkey with the onion and garlic.

In a separate bowl, mix together the hot sauce, lime juices, and brown sugar. Pour the mixture over the turkey mixture and add the garbanzo beans. Stir the ingredients and cook over medium heat for approximately 15 minutes until the sauce begins to thicken. Then add the chopped mango and crushed habanero. Cook on medium heat for approximately another 10 minutes and serve.
Notes:Here's a recipe for the Wetleather cookbook. I created this last night and even though it tasted fantastic (IMHO) I only ate a very small amount and it gave me some "cause for concern" this morning! However, one small consolation is that garbanzo beans tend to not "talk back" like other beans.

I suggest that anybody trying this recipe do themselves a favor and serve it with some cornbread and honey!

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