I know it may sound like I eat junk during the weekends, but trust me, I have a very strict diet during the week. Mostly protein, veggies, and fruits. And since I work out, I need all the protein and veggies I can get. Well lean protein that is. And on the top of my list of protein to buy are bison, turkey, and fish.
Last night, while I was making my batch of chili, I decided to mix lean ground turkey and ground bison together. It was a protein loaded chili I tell you:-). This can be eaten alone with veggies, with pasta or potatoes(but no carbs for me), or mix with your salad.
In this recipe, you'll need one pound of ground turkey and one pound of ground bison (you can find these are at Wholefoods or the frozen section of your grocery stores). Chopped fresh tomatoes, 2 cloves chopped garlic, 1 chopped onion, cumin, cinnamon, salt and pepper to taste.
Sautee the meat with onions and garlic until brown. Add your chopped tomatoes (you can also use canned chopped tomatoes), one can of tomato paste, one can of black or pinto beans (I usually buy with no salt, but if you get the regular kind, make sure you rinse it with water first so take a little bit of the salt out), and the secret to this recipe is the bone suckin sauce.
Cover and simmer for at least an hour. This is very hearty to eat especially during the winter. Let me know if you try it.