Having said that, I think the Turkey Chili with Beans is the best entree, and certainly better than most packaged chili's. But it still can stand to be spiffed up some.
Flavors - rule is, must be under 20 calories, or be an HMR product.
HMR Chicken Soup is a good addition to add a little more to the meal. Makes it more soup than stew, but....
Chili Powder - if you need to amp it up a little. I recommend Penzeys. If you just want chili flavor, add some of their chili con carne seasoning (no heat, lots of flavor). If you need some heat, they have lots of chilis that can bring it.
Chop up and add
- a jalepeno
- green or regular onion (keep it under 20 calories!)
- Some canned green chilis or other peppers
|Sunday Lunch - with corn, fresh tomato,|
green onion, cilantro, cocoa, coffee, jalepeno
salsa over power greens. Really good
Salsa is available at this point, as are most hot sauces
PB2 is an interesting addition (hey, don't knock it till you try it)
A half teaspoon of cocoa powder (really!)
A tablespoon of strong coffee (really truly!)
Ingredients - Now we are cooking!
Corn is always a winner
More beans (1/2 a cup is one vegetable)
Make a taco salad - serve it over lettuce (with tomato and avocado!)
Sweet potato, butternut squash or even pumpkin (cook ahead of time)
Some people like mushrooms in their chili
Red, green, yellow or orange peppers (or go for others)
Hominy is interesting (or disgusting, depending on your preferences)