Very good chili. I reduced the serving size, as there are only 2 of us. I used green and red peppers. I had some chicken tenders in the fridge, so used them instead of breast meat. Good flavor. :)
This was really good. I reduced the recipe to 3 servings - otherwise this would just make too much for my family. I also left out the yellow bell pepper because they were so expensive when I went to the store, but I wish I had left it in. Other than that, I left everything the same. It was really tasty. I will definitely make this again. For those of you on WW - this is 4.5 pts. according to the nutrional info here, and 6 pts using etools.
This is easy and healthy and we love it! I have been making it since I saw the episode on the Food Network. I cut the recipe in half as there are only two of us. It makes about 6 generous servings for us. I usually stick to the recipe as I feel Ina has perfected it but one can use a deli chicken or leftover roast chicken as both work well. Green pepper tends to make the dish a little bitter so I suggest sticking to the brighter colours! I serve sour cream, chopped red onions or scallions, shredded sharp cheddar, diced tomatoes, iceberg lettuce shreds and good quality unsalted tortilla chips on a lazy susan so everyone can dress their own bowl. It's a fun one for children who often enjoy the colourful array of 'good for you' toppings. Just like a sundae bar but for healthy chili! Thanks for posting this one and saving me the trouble, LOL! Hugs...Annie
The burst of flavor in this dish was remarkable! I couldn't get over it. I'm not normally a huge bell pepper fan, so I was shocked that I loved it so much. I didn't have the exact bell peppers listed... I used 2 orange b p's, 2 yellow b p 's, and one green b p. The sweetness of the peppers really came through. I pureed a 28 oz can of diced tomatoes in my blender and really loved the texture that it cooked into. I ate this with a dollop of sour cream and grated cheddar on top, with white tortilla chips on the side. Simply fabulous. This one goes in the Keep Forever Cookbook.
This is by far the best chicken chili ever. The only thing I do different is to use fresh cilantro instead of basil. My DH and I are cilantro lovers and with the cumin in the recipe it goes really well. I am so glad you posted this Miraklegirl
I was so happy to find this recipe posted here! I have made this many times since seeing her do this on her show, but had lost the recipe when I last went to make it. This is a truely tasty dish! I use half crushed tomatoes and half diced tomatoes, to make it quicker. As I am the only one in my family that will eat this with all the peppers, I freeze it in individual portions. Thanks so much for posting this as I will never lose the recipe again!
I really enjoyed the flavors in this dish, I would have given it 5 stars but I changed some of the cooking techniques, I reduce it to feed less people, increased the chili, and cumin and red peppers for my taste. I also grilled the chicken instead of roasting. But the basic ingredients I kept the same. This tasted way better then I thought it would when I saw the show. Enjoy!