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Old 03-10-2005, 01:16 PM
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Default try this one!! [ CHILI CONQUISTADOR (GROUND TURKEY) ]

hello there!!... try this recipe!...

CHILI CONQUISTADOR (GROUND TURKEY) 89 mg 949 mg 68 mg 13 g 25 g 45 g
390 cal Calcium Sodium Cholesterol Fat Protein Carbohydrates Calories
Yield 100 8-1/2 Ounces Portion Ingredient RICE,LONG GRAIN WATER,COLD
SALT TURKEY,GROUND,90% LEAN,RAW TOMATOES,CANNED,DICED,DRAINED
ONIONS,FRESH,CHOPPED CHILI POWDER,DARK,GROUND SALT GARLIC POWDER
PEPPER,RED,GROUND CORN BREAD MIX Issue Measure 1 qts 1-1/4 cup 2 qts 3
cup 3/8 tsp Weight 2-1/8 lbs 5-3/4 lbs 1/2 oz 24 lbs 19-7/8 lbs 2-1/8
lbs 5-5/8 oz 1-7/8 oz 1/3 oz 1/16th oz 9 lbs 2 gal 1 qts 1 qts 2 cup
1-3/8 cup 3 tbsp 1 tbsp 1/8 tsp 1 gal 2-2/3 qts 2-1/3 lbs Method 1 2 3
Combine rice, water, and salt. Bring to a boil; stir occasionally.
Cover tightly; simmer 20 to 25 minutes. Do not stir. CCP: Hold for
140 F. or higher. Cook turkey until turkey loses its pink color. Stir
to break apart. CCP: Internal temperature must reach 165 F. or higher
for 15 seconds. Drain or skim off excess fat. Add tomatoes, onions,
chili powder, salt, garlic powder and red pepper to meat mixture; stir
until blended; heat to simmer. Combine rice with chili mixture; mix
well. Place mixture evenly in each steam table pan. Prepare corn bread
mix according to instructions on container. Spread corn bread batter
evenly over chili mixture in each pan. Using a convection oven, bake
for 30 minutes at 375 F. on high fan, open vent or until corn bread is
golden brown and done. CCP: Internal temperature must reach 165 F. or
higher for 15 seconds. Cut 5 by 5. CCP: Hold for service at 140 F. or
higher.


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and in case u guys wanna know where i found the recipe... i found it
on this link,
http://www.tpub.com/content/food/recipes/


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