Yummy recipe! I love spicy! I had to substitute the ale with sherry as someone has said in previous review. Worked perfect! And used my own chicken breast. I doubled the beans to Everyone in the house loved it! Also a great topping we used, tostidos!
I forgot to mention that we, too, used chili powder instead of chipotle, but that's just because I'm not a big fan of chipotle. Everything else we kept the same!
I made this for a super bowl party yesterday. Big hit! I didn't make the lime cream so I put lime juice in the chili Next time, I will make the lime cream. Thanks for a super recipe!
This is our favorite chicken chili. It's a real crowd pleaser. I use half the oil, my own roasted chicken, poblano pepper and Alagash White Ale. Delicious!!!
I made this exactly as written, with the exception of leaving out the jalapeño pepper. The only reason for the exception of the pepper is that my daughter and husband don't like things too hot. It was delicious. My husband gave it a 7.5 (anything without meat or chocolate can only get an 8 in his rating system) but I rate it outstanding. Delicious with some guacamole and chips. A keeper!
This is really good. I sub chili powder for the chipotle power and cooked my own chicken and used the broth from it. I used the lime sourcream for a topping. It is great!!!
Did not use ale and without it lacked a depth of flavor. Even if the beer had been used, the recipe would have been an enjoyable, solid recipe, but not stellar. The lime/sour cream topping was a good addition.
Delicious combination of flavors with the sweet potatoes, chipotle and lime...followed the recipe exactly and will definitely make this chili again!
This is by far the best chicken chili or any soup/chili I have ever run across. I made it exactly as the written recipe and it was outstanding! Be sure to use the lime cream, onions, and cilantro and some crusty bread. Going to make it again in a few minutes...
Excellent! Will definitely cook this again. I chopped up some leftover grilled chicken breasts, had to use some sherry instead of ale (probably 1/3 cup). It was spicy, so served over rice with cilantro, lime, chopped green onions and sour cream to the side. Let it simmer for quite a while and the sweet potato was completely cooked and delicious. I really liked the cumin and chipotle flavors in this recipe.
Outstanding! Will make this again but without the jalapeno so it's more kid-friendly.
This was outstanding! The lime sour cream really adds. Nice heat too. Perfect for a rainy wet day/ Will make this again to be sure.