White Bean Chicken Chili
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Cook: 3 hours
This is my favorite white chicken chili. The only thing I do is add another can of beans that I drain and mash to give it a little more thickness. I top the bowls with a little shredded sharp cheese, a dollop of sour cream, chopped and seeded jalapeno.
Great recipe. Very easy to make with raw chicken or leftover rotisserie chicken. Follow the recipe. Ignore Pam, hers is not the recipe in question.
It's a great recipe. People who want to change the recipe then write it on your reviews should get their own web page. You're supposed to be rating this recipe not your own.
Very tasty recipe - thank you for sharing! It can be easily modified with a few ingredients to people's tastes, but I like it as is. Not sure what "Pam" was doing to this recipe - but looks like she should have just thrown it out completely and added all her silly ingredients to plain chicken stock and wrote her own recipe; rather than destroying yours - lol!
This was very good. I love beans. This was easy and flavorful.
This is a very good recipe, BUT. I changed a few things. here is what I did & it turned out DELICIOUS . 2pds of skinless chicken, 5 cups of broth ( I use" Better Than Bouillon Chicken Flavored" its in a jar. LOVE THIS STUFF) , 1.5 Cup of heavy whipping cream, 4 stalks of celery, 1 small sweet onion, 3 teaspoons of minced garlic, 1 tea. cumin, 2 tea. oragano, 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese, salt & pepper, 5 cans of northern kidney beans, boiled chicken, shredded the chicken, added everything in crock pot, then added INSTANT MASH POTATOES ( it works GREAT on thicken the sauce, plus great taste) sprinkle some in, stir, thickens instantly, I just judge the thickness. cover & cook on high for 3 hrs. it makes a lot, so I'm sure I will be sharing with family or freezing some.
A very easy and excellent recipe. It's not going to be that thick chili-consistency, but the heat level is nice and kid-friendly as advertised. I made a few slight alterations: I used about 1 lb of chicken and 1 additional can of beans, since we like our chilies and soups on the chunkier side. I reduced the broth to 2 cups and used liquid from the canned beans when I crushed the 1/2 cup of beans as directed - though I did this with a fork, so it wasn't perfectly smooth. The flavors are a nice blend, although I think I will increase the oregano and cumin to compensate for having more chicken and beans next time. The additions of cheese, avocado, and cherry tomatoes are delicious, and oyster crackers are good, too. My very picky son ate seconds - unprompted! Definitely a winner in my book!
It was ok. Since some commented it was more soup than chili, I did add more chicken. I didn't adjust any of the spices so maybe that's why it seemed a little bland. Even with the extra chicken there was way more onion than I ever care to have. It reeked of onion when I lifted the lid. Maybe this is a good base to start off at, but I wouldn't make it as written again.
Easy recipe, it tasted really good. Excellent flavor. My only issue was that it was more soup than chili, which many other reviewers said. It would be nice if it were quite a bit thicker. Then I would have given it 5 stars. I did really like it, and I will probably monkey with the recipe some more.
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