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Easy and adaptable to what you have on hand. If you have leftover chicken, just chop that and add right before the beans and tomatoes. I skipped the chicken broth, added some green chilies from a can, and some extra beans. Easy to freeze individual portions for lunches later.
This is a keeper. If you enjoy chili with beef, you will love the chance to have it with chicken. I followed the recipe exactly except I also only used 3 teaspoons chili powder since the salsa was a medium heat. Everyone loved it even before we added the shredded cheese.
I made this over the weekend, but I did make a few changes. I only added 3 teaspoons of chili powder and no hot sauce. I also added a little Splenda to cut the acid in the tomatoes and I added about 10 ounces more of beans than called for. I don't think my changes effected the recipe that much, other than to cut down the heat, so I'm still giving this recipe 5 stars. It was delicious! Especially the following days for lunch. I will definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing it.
This was really good and easy. I halved the recipe and have plenty left over for lunch and the freezer. The only thing I will change the next time I make it is to add more veggies - just to get more veggies into my diet.
DELICIOUS and so easy to make!!
Made exactly as the recipe directs. Served with 2% cheddar cheese. A big, big hit with the relatives, and tasted even better the next day!