100% Natural Hearty Meals: No added salt or preservatives. Gluten free - vegetarian option. Add turkey, serves 5-6. California gold rush. Create a savory, mild chili with artichoke hearts! Nineteen varieties in Frontier Soups' Hearty Meals all natural line make wholesome and delicious meals for families and friends. Easy-to-follow recipes with all the seasonings in the package make home cooking simply satisfying. Soup so good, you'll call it dinner! Certified Gluten Free: Facility not dedicated gluten free. Frontiersoups.com 1.800.300.SOUP. Simply satisfying.
15 oz (425 g) x 8
about 10 per pack
You will also need: 1 lb ground turkey, 1-14 oz jar artichoke hearts, 6 C. Chicken broth or vegetarian version: delete meat, add 1 large sweet potato, vegetable broth. Cooking time about 2 hours. What You Need: 2 T. Oil. 1 lb. fresh ground turkey or chicken. 1-14-oz. can artichoke hearts, drained and quartered, or 1 box frozen. 6 C. chicken broth. Vegetarian Version: Leave out the meat and substitute 1 large sweet potato, peeled and diced. Use vegetable broth. Here's What You Do: Preparing the beans: Rinse, drain and pick over. Place in a bowl with 8 C. water and soak for 4 hours at room temperature or overnight. For a quick soak boil for 10 minutes and let stand for 2 hours. Drain beans, and place in a 4-qt. Pot with 8 C. of fresh water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer covered for 45 minutes. Allow to stand until ready to use. Preparing the soup: In a 4-qt. pot saute turkey in oil over medium heat. Stir in contents of California Gold Rush White Bean Chili vegetable packet and artichoke hearts. Drain beans and add with broth. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer covered for 1 hour. A wedge of lime makes a beautiful garnish.
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