White Chili with a Kick
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 15 min.
Makes9 servings (2-1/4 quarts)
OK, but just OK and not at all tasty. The only change I made was that I added more broth to keep it from being so dry. I would have added more spices if the chili hadn't been ready before I realized how bland it was.
Tasty and happy all four of my family members enjoyed. Was easy to throw together on a weeknight. We added the suggested toppings too. I wouldnt say this was my favorite white chili dish of all time, but it was a solid recipe as written.
Love this dish! so easy!
Love this. I like a lot of liquid in my dishes and figure I used extra broth/cream. I didn't have the white corn (was hard to find, but am going to use when I make it again in few days as I did finally find), used rotel, slow cooked chicken breasts only, half 2% milk half whipping cream (didn't have half n half), sprinkled the pepper jack on top in individual bowls when serving (quite a bit of it) and crumbled in tortilla chips. Didn't do the salsa, sour cream, didn't have green onion. May try those options later...It's totally super! Made a lot, might want to reduce if you don't have a crowd or want to eat it too often.
This was fabulous! I didn't have green chiles so I added 1cup of mild salsa. It was great. Had to also add a bit more broth as I thought it was too thick.
We LOVE this chili! I made it just as the recipe says and I wouldn't change a thing. Delicious!
The ultimate compliment came to me last night when my daughter, Kelly, asked me to give her this recipe because her husband, Jeff, likes it verrrrrry much! I will be making it several times this winter.
Great soup. Only thing I changed was because a local restaurant makes a similar soup and they roast pablono (sp?) peppers and puree them, which I decided to use instead of green chilies. I'm single, but like to make my own soups, then freeze in serving size containers for quick meals. The Senior Citizens I served this to really enjoyed it. Not to hot and spicy. Just enough "kick". Oh, I also used more chicken broth than recipe calls for.
Instead of green chilies I use 1 can of Hormel Green Chili with Pork, I leave out the corn, and add 1 cup Pace Picante Sauce (medium).