We ate this dish almost every day for lunch for over a year! It's a healthy dish that you can make as spicy as you want, but the flavor and spices are straight from the Southwest.
Heat the oil in a cast iron skillet
Add green onions, saute for 2-3 minutes (much shorter than regular onions)
Add the ground turkey, cook until brown (10 minutes)
Add the salt and pepper to the turkey
Make a hole in the middle of the pan, add the garlic and serrano chiles, leave for 1-2 minutes
Mix garlic and chiles with the meat, add remainder of spices
Add 3 tablespoons of water
Keep stirring and cooking for another 10 minutes until the meat is shiny and dark brown.
I like to drain the meat in a colander over the sink; this prevents the meat from being too greasy when you reheat it.
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Influences: Italian, Texas BBQ, and Mexican
Location: Richmond, TX
Favorite Piece of Cooking Equipment: Set of Knives (can't narrow to 1)
Favorite Recipes: Lasagna for comfort. Chilada for beers. Chocolate cupcakes for dessert. Baked Potato Soup.
What else? ehh.. not really.