Krissy's Taco Chili Supreme

Kristin Pitts


This recipe started out as a 5 ingredient Crock Pot dish. It has evolved over the years and has become a staple meal in our house. This recipe is perfect for the mom on-the-go as you can throw everything in your crockpot. You can also whip up this dish in 30 minutes on the stove.

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10 Min
4 Hr


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1 lb
ground turkey
32 oz
diced tomatoes
2 can(s)
whole kernel corn
2 can(s)
black beans
2 can(s)
chili beans
1 can(s)
chopped green chiles
2 pkg
taco seasoning
16 oz
sour cream (optional)
16 oz
shredded cheddar cheese (optional)
1 pkg
tortilla chips (optional)

How to Make Krissy's Taco Chili Supreme


  • 1Cook ground turkey until there is no pink and drain. Put cooked turkey in a large crockpot or stock pot.
  • 2Before you add your canned ingredients do NOT drain anything, the liquid from the canned ingredients is how you get your liquid for this chili. Add tomatoes, corn, black beans, chili beans, chopped green chiles, and taco seasoning. Stir well until everything is blended.
  • 3Cook for 4-6 hours on low in a crockpot or simmer 30-45 minutes on the stove.
  • 4Once your chili is ready you can top it with sour cream, cheese, and tortilla chips (crunched up in the chili is GREAT!). I have also played around with other toppers like croutons and green onions. The greatest part about this dish is you can get very creative with your ingredients.

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About Krissy's Taco Chili Supreme

Course/Dish: Chili
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy
Hashtags: #corn, #beans, #spicy, #taco

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