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This was easy and delicious! Best part was that my young kiddos loved it too!! I added kidney beans in addition to the black and also drained and rinsed the beans before adding to the stock. Also, instead of using 3 cups water I sub'd chicken stock and omitted any table salt. This would be even better with Costco rotisserie chicken and would make it that much easier. Yum!

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jlsepp January 08, 2012

This is a great recipe. I make this so often and freeze individual portions to take for lunch during the week. I usually start with a pould of ground chicken and cook it with the onions and follow the recipe from there. My husbad really likes this chili too!

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npettit May 21, 2009

A quick and hearty soup perfect for the cold weather that we have been having. I used a combination of New Mexico chili powder and some ancho chili powder and being the garlic lover that I am, added 3 cloves of garlic.

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PaulaG January 21, 2007

I love this recipe! I left out the corn because some family members don't care for it in soups. I added choppped celery instead. I have cubes of chicken stock in freezer so this was easy. For me, the mild green chilies was perfect. Others could use hotter spices or sauces if desired. Great!

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Montana Heart Song November 27, 2006

Very good...I made this as written, using a grocery store rotisserie chicken. I made this 2 days ahead of serving....brought it to a pot-luck kind of dinner at another couple's house. We (and they) loved it but we all agreed it needed some Tabasco to make it perfect. Thanks for the recipe Pattikay :)

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Hey Jude October 08, 2006
Chicken and Barley Chili