White Chicken Chili
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 25 min.
Makes10 servings (2-1/2 quarts)
Tasty recipe - family devoured it (none left for a second meal)!
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Delicious. I did add creme de fraiche at the end instead of sour cream. A roux is necessary to thicken the sauce. Will make again :)
Excellent, easy to make and great leftovers!
Followed recipe to a T and it was tooo spicy for us so we added one more chicken breast another can of beans and more chicken broth!
We love Great Northern Beans. We love them so much, we bought a huge jar from a local farm and it sat in the pantry for over a year. I saw the jar earlier today as I was making plans for creating dinner that was something different. I loved the idea of smashing some of the great northern beans to thicken the chili so I did that and then instead of chicken, I used ground turkey. Everything else, followed to a "t" with the exception of using menudo chili powder. We were blown away by the depth of flavor and how good the chili tasted. I am grateful for finding this recipe and giving it a "go" and will use this recipe again and again and again. The recipe is also flexible and will always produce an exciting dish. It didn't take long to make. Thank you!
Big winner for our family. My daughter requests this a lot. I usually use rotisserie chicken and add fresh spinach. The basics of using canned white beans and smashing a can is perfect. I'm sure everyone will have their twist to spices... Today I will make with swiss chard since I brought a lot in from the garden.
It is really good and easy. I love the cayenne but had just enough but to give it an extra kick i added red pepper flakes. Thank me later. Then add sour cream if you dont like the spice
I love this recipe! People say the cayenne is a little much, and it does pack a PUNCH, but it make it extra great topped with sour cream to cool it down. I didn’t mash any of the beans, and it turned out great.
I would rate it 5 stars only after reducing the cayenne pepper. I know it's a personal preference type thing, but it should be tagged "to taste" - 1 1/2 teaspoons is a lot! I used only 1/4 teaspoon as a reviewer mentioned, and my husband still said "this has a kick"! Have made it easier by using canned chicken breast or rotisserie chicken. Definitely easy and tasty.