The Gonzaga Bulletin did a story on GU Iron Chef this week. Here are the recipe’s for the two winning entries and a note from each chef. Check bottom of post for link to story.
Judge’s choice — Dane Pavlik
The true reason for making this sweet turkey chili recipe was to bring back a lost family recipe, but also making a dish that is easy and inexpensive for college students. This is a recipe that is definitely good for big groups but also good throughout the week.
Here is the recipe!
Sweet Turkey Chili
1 Pound Ground Turkey
1 Medium Yellow Onion Chopped
1/2 Green Pepper
2 Cloves of Garlic Diced
3 Tbsp Olive Oil
1 Can Kidney Beans (Drained)
1 Can Black Beans (Drained)
Medium Can Baked Beans (Normal/Homestyle) No Barbeque.
1 Small Can Tomato Paste
1 Can Kernel Corn (Not Drained)
1/4-1/2 Cup Ketchup (For Flavor)
Saute Onions and Garlic in Olive Oil, add turkey after 2 minutes. Cook completely in large pot.
Add kidney beans, baked beans, tomato paste, and corn. Mix well, simmer for 10 minutes. Then add ketchup simmer for 20 minutes. (Minimum) The longer you simmer the chili the better it will taste!
Serve hot with cornbread on the side!
People’s Choice Nate Garberich
Tangy Avocado Grilled Cheese
Two Slice Dave’s Killer bread
Pepper Jack Cheese
Brown or Red Onion
Pastrami or Turkey or other meat (optional)
If for some reason people don’t know how to make grilled cheese…
Spread avocado on one piece of bread. Put onions on avocado. Spread mustard on other piece of bread. Put cheese on top of mustard and meat on top of cheese. Put two sides together, place on a buttered or oiled pan at low to medium heat and flip until its desired browness and meltiness.