Wonderful recipe! My family's favorite chili.
My family loved it! My husband wasn't too happy I used his last beer, but he soon got over it. I'll double the recipe next time for leftovers.
Very good chicken chili; I served with cornbread instead of tortilla chips. My store did not have the white chicken chili seasoning packet, so I subbed w/ chicken taco seasoning mix and added cumin and chipotle chile powder. I wil keep this in my fall/winter chili rotation.
This was delicious! I did make a few adjustments: I added 1 pound of ground turkey and two jalapeno peppers and sauteed along with the veggies. I used a bottle and a half of Abita Purple Haze beer, half of a can of yellow and white shoepeg corn and I added a teaspoon of cocoa powder, cayenne and chili pepper and salt and pepper to taste. Served with corn bread and suggested garnish.. yum!!
Made this, exactly as directed, for a Chili Cook-Off. It was on the spicy side, and I like spicy. I didn't win 1st, 2nd, or 3rd, but my Mexican girlfriend said pot #7 was one of her favorites of the table. So I'd say it's a winner.
This chili is easy but unique and delicious. I substituted one can of corn for the navy beans and garnished with cilantro and sour cream. Yum! On a side note, it was a little too spicy for the children.
This is a great recipe and what a life saver when you have purchased chicken left over. I did add about 10 Chocolate chips at the end and I did garnish with sour cream and cilantro..... I also added 2 packages of Sazon and cumin
Wonderful blend of flavors and easy to make!
This is a delicious chili that I have made several times. It is somewhat spicy but not overly so, easy to make, and keeps well for a couple of days. Good for family or an informal gathering like a football game viewing party. Make sure to have plenty of the toppings on hand as they complement the chili well. I use low fat greek yoghurt in place of the sour cream and it is delicious!
This was a delicious chili. It was pretty simple to make (especially if you use the rotisserie chicken). Hint: Look for the McCormick spice packet in the bean aisle of your local grocery. . . not the spice aisle). I would definitely make it again. I used Heineken for the beer and felt like it was a good complement for the chili.
mmmm...mmmm good!!! what else can I say...
This is a delicious chili recipe! My husband and our guests thought the heat was just right. I used shredded turkey from our local bar-b-que restaurant to make it easy on myself, and it worked really well with turkey. The toppings are perfect additions. Will make it again and again.
I've made this twice. A winner - the toppings really make it. To turn down the spice, I substitute one can of the chili-spiced tomatoes with a small can of tomato sauce. It's still very flavorful, and my husband spends less time picking out the tomato pieces (he's not a tomato man). We eat this with cornbread. I would serve this for casual company any time, but it's also simple enough for a weeknight.
Pretty easy! I substituted with things I already had: chipotles in adobo sauce instead of poblano, green bell pepper instead of red, Rotel instead of chili-style tomatoes, kidney beans instead of navy. I also added corn. It was super spicy, but delicious!
Made this chili for a teacher appreciation lunch at school, and ended up with lots of requests for the recipe, which I was happy to provide as it was new to me! I used cans of Kroger mixed beans (black, pinto kidney), a roasted bbq chicken from the deli, and put the lime juice directly in the chili. Outstanding!