21 Reviews

We loved this! Had it last night with a corn pudding recipe off this site. I did sub one can of beef broth and beef bouillon rather than just chicken to get more depth of flavor for my beef eating husband. Cooked my chicken in a little oil and sprinkled with taco seasoning, then sauteed the onion and garlic in the same pan. Had no green chilies, so I had to use a can of Rotel tomatoes, and I think it turned out great! Was a little leary of adding so much cheese and sour cream, but very happy with the results. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing the recipe. This is the first chili I've ever made starting with dried beans rather than canned, and it won't be the last... Thanks so much for the recipe!

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Queen Roachie March 12, 2009

Best white chili I have ever had! Thick, cheesy, creamy, a tad spicy, tons of flavor and fantastic. Doubled the recipe and will be freezing half of it. Used a little less cheese and sour cream when mixing it in. Sprinkling those two items on top when serving makes up for it. Also, I topped it with diced red instead of green onions. Sauted the garlic for one minute after the onions were brown and added in the chilies and spices and cooked 3 minutes before adding mix to soup pot. Thank you for a great recipe!

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Namaste022 February 15, 2007

We had never heard of a 'white' chili before and stumbled upon this by chance when searching for something else. I can't cope with too much tomato, so this was a great recipe incorporating the normal chili flavours. I also don't like eating beans, but would happily do so with this dish. We gave it 5 as there was nothing we could think of that we would do differently to make it any better. The second time we made it, we used 500gm of pork mince and 500gm of chicken mince and cooked it with the seasonings and onions - you! Thanks Chef Garlic.

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The Normans July 26, 2015

OK....I'm the first to admit that I am not a good cook. However, this recipe made me look like one. Thanks. We really enjoyed these. It's nice to get the full flavor of the scallops. Will be using this again.

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LuvBeinHere April 07, 2015

I was on a search for something new to do with some ground turkey. Boy did I find a keeper!!<br/>Using what I had in my pantry I used 2 cans garbanzo beans, 1 can of butter beans (all rinsed & drained), 1 pound of ground turkey browned with the onions & garlic, 1 carton of low-sodium chicken broth and 2 cups of Queso Blanco cheese. I served with warmed flour tortillas and my hubby was drooling! This had sooo much flavor! Can't wait to make this again! Thanks for posting!!

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CindiJ October 02, 2013

Made half a recipe using only half the cayenne and it was so good. Loved it with a few tortilla chips for crunch.

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adopt a greyhound December 02, 2011

Exactly what I was looking for!

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jenn_h November 28, 2011

Loved it, definitely will cook it again. I made minor modifications, but even my 2 young sons ate it and said they would love to have it again.

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Andrea Garza October 13, 2010

A delicious chili which everyone enjoyed. I also cooked it in my slow cooker.

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I_love2nurse in Canada February 16, 2010

Absolutely wonderful! I too added canned beans, and it held together well. Bring on more recipes like this one!! Thank you!

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Lusil November 14, 2009
Great White Chili (supposed to Be by Willie Nelson)