Delicious recipe! I used chicken broth instead of water/bouillon and subbed a jar of green chili sauce for the tomatillos. Made it much faster and it was so flavorful. Going into my regular rotation!
Chicken-and-Three-Bean Chili Verde
KellyBK Posted: 01/11/13
camiboon Posted: 10/29/12
This recipe was delicious! I just had a couple of notes. The liquid reduced a little too much, so I would agree about adding more stock next time. Also, even though I live in Houston, I could not find fresh tomatillo peppers, so I used canned. I thought the taste was outstanding.
magpie1295 Posted: 10/24/12
This was great! Although I did make a few substitutions - I used only two cans of black beans instead of three cans of different beans, and I felt that that was plenty of beans. I also substituted chicken stock for the water and bouillon cube, and added more salt at the end to taste. Finally, I substituted canned pickled chilies for the peppers because that's what I had on hand. I did also add some extra stock at the end as well to get the chili to a consistency that I preferred. Overall, a great dish, though! My whole family really enjoyed it and it tasted even better the next day.
Avivale Posted: 06/04/13Los Angeles, CA
I've never cooked anything from Southern Living magazine but this was fabulous! Good chili kick and so healthy. I halved the recipe - still a big potful. Also, to maximize on my ingredients, I poached a chicken breast (in 2-1/2 cups water), then used the poaching liquid to boil the tomatillos. I only used one pepper, and one can of (black) beans. Word of advice: Using a towel, hold firmly down on the blender cover to avoid having hot tomatillos splattered all over the kitchen.
LindaDantzler Posted: 11/06/13
Delicious!!!!!!! I did add more chicken broth. Everyone loved it.