I nice twist on regular chili using both Great Northern and Kidney beans. Marinating and grilling the chicken makes a difference as to sauteing it. This could easily become a vegetarian dish by omitting the chicken of course and the chicken broth and adding more of your favorite veggies. As for the spices, i like to use way more. adjust them to your liking. Enjoy!
A spicy white bean chili, totally awesome.
I created this recipe for a chili competition at work. It was just for fun at first, but at the end of the night I had a grand prize medal hanging around my neck! Enjoy.
Great on a cold night. Easy to make. My family's favorite.
A smooth zesty chili that the whole family will love.
I make this every year at tax time to overcome the taxpayer blues. This spicy chicken chili is a welcome change to the dreary April weather and will cheer even the most depressed economy... The ingredients are simple and cheap! Serve with salsa, chips, green onions, sour cream, and shredded cheese.
There are a lot of versions out there, but I've combined a few to make this awesome version of my own! Top with shredded Monterrey Jack cheese and enjoy!!
It all starts with browning chicken in tasty spices. Your stove takes over from there. Make it as spicy as you like with the addition of hot sauce at the end.
You're an afternoon away from spicy, healthy chicken chili. All you have to do is cut and brown the chicken and toss it in the slow cooker with some veggies, beans and spices. Terrific recipe for beginning cooks.
This traditional Mexican classic gets the slow cooker treatment.
Beer, buffalo sauce and chicken. It's like a whole bar meal in a bowl. Inspired by Jim Hitch's "Buffalo Chicken Chili."
Instead of a bowl of red, try this healthier version: A bowl of white. Inspired by steven smith's "Chicken and White Bean Chili."
Get up, grill some chicken, then toss it in the slow cooker with this all-star team of ingredients. Inspired by Ellis & Laura's "Chick's Chicken Chili"