A good change from tomato-based chili - but a little more time consuming than chili with ground meat....chopping and cooking the chicken takes time. I wonder how it would be with ground chicken? Might try that next time. And maybe as an earlier reviewer said, with a little less water so that it's thicker. I forgot the lime! I'll have to try that with the the little bit of leftovers.
White Bean Chili
GritsinNH Posted: 10/16/10
MSGirl Posted: 01/31/10
I made this for a soup potluck and had several people asking me for the recipe. I made it the night before and the next morning put it in my crock pot on low until lunch. I think that really let the flavors meld together. I left out the cilantro and I did reduce the number of chicken breasts to 4 which was still more than enough.
knstarsfan Posted: 01/20/09
This is one of my favorite chili recipes. I always receive rave reviews. As a hint to speed things up, I sometimes use a rotisserie chicken from the deli when limited on time. Enjoy!
mkumpe Posted: 03/09/11
Great recipe! Easy to make - freezes well too. Flavor was great - easier on the stomach than regular chili.
calliecutiepie Posted: 08/21/09
Yummy and very easy to make
TracynMpls Posted: 11/24/10
This chili is OUTSTANDING! I make it a couple of times a year and everyone I have ever made it for LOVES it. We are making it after Thanksgiving with leftover turkey! YUM!
Waterfall Posted: 12/16/10
This was very good. I thought it a little heavy on the chicken, though. Next time I'll just use four chicken breasts and possibly shred the meat rather having it be in bite-sized pieces. I thought the lime juice what what really "made" this meal and was so glad we had some on hand!
Irishgirl Posted: 09/11/12
This is one of my favorite "white chili" recipes. My family loves it and I agree with the reviewer who said the lime juice makes it. I usually serve it with lime wedges for extra lime flavor. I use 8 chicken breasts halves (which I believe is 4 whole chicken breasts) so I'm not sure what the reviewers who said they reduced the chicken to 4 breasts used. I think 3-4 whole breasts (6-8 halves) is just perfect.