Jamie’s Family Christmas | Turkey Con Chilli

Believe Con Carne with a scattering of Christmas and you have actually got the essence of this meal. In this throwback episode, is signed up with by his little sibling to show us what to do with those scraps that provide a few brand-new lease of life.

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  1. I don’t think I could eat standing up like that. Probably too old. I’ve turned into Victor Meldrew!

  2. Merry Christmas To You ! Thank You So for Your Recipes !!! 🎄🌟💖

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  3. What a treat…to see you cook with your sister!….love the chili recipe!👏👏👌👌…thank you for sharing this recipe.❤️❤️

  4. I never saw your sister before and I am watching you for many years. You’re just so sweat together❤

  5. I was thinking about a big pot of chili today! And look what you just uploaded.

  6. Jamie Feliz 🎄 Navidad to you and your beautiful sister, the chili looks great.

  7. I make ground turkey chili, but I have never thought of this. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Cute back and forth with sibling. I’ll use tofu because I don’t eat meat. This sounds yumm.

  9. Chili… can chef’s please stop talking about removing seeds? The only part of a chili that doesn’t contain capsaicin is the seed, capsaicin being the hot stuff that burns. The white pithy parts are the hottest, the fruit itself next. The seeds due to the contact with the white pithy bits are hot due to the residue in their surface. So Jamie tell people to remove the hot part, which is the placental membrane (white stuff) if they want to reduce heat.

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