Excellent! Made some changes! Didn't have green chiles, so I used 1/4 cup left over chile verde. Half an onion, 4 cloves garlic, a stalk of celery. Instead of Northern beans I used pinto and 1/2 of leftover corn. At the end I chopped up 6 tortillas to thicken it up. At the very end I put some half and half. I think it made it so smooth. Very good! Topped with cheese and a dollop of sour cream.
My family loved this chili. Changes I made: no jalapenos, 1 tsp. cumin only, substituted 1 can of corn for 1 can of beans for corn-lovin' husband. I served sour cream and the cheese on the side.
Great chili !!! I made a huge pot of this for the Super Bowl on 2/6/11, sort of doubling the recipe (exceptions below). Many compliments, three people asked for the recipe, and not a drop was left.
Poached 4 very large bone-in split chicken breast halves the night before (removed skin first), which yielded 7 cups of cut-up chicken, and then followed Jason's instructions using the following amounts:
1 very large white onion, chopped
7 garlic cloves, crushed
About 18 sliced mild jalapeno peppers from a jar, chopped
2 4-oz. cans chopped green chili peppers
4 t. cumin
2 t. oregano
1 t. cayenne pepper
Between 2 and 3 cans chicken broth (start with 2 and add more for a less thick chili).
7 cups chopped cooked chicken breasts
3 15-oz cans white Northern beans, drained and rinsed.
I also added 4 T. lime juice (from fresh limes).
Garnishes: sour cream and shredded Monterey Jack or Cheddar/Jack cheese.
The only ingredients I didn't double were the beans, broth and cayenne. This was a beany chili even with only 3 cans, and fewer beans means less broth is needed for a thick chili. (Next time I may try 1 can Rotel tomatoes in place of the 2 small cans of green chilis.)
This was wonderful! I love that dinner was on the table in 30 min. This will be made on a regular basis in my home. Thanks so much for posting Chansy!
Excellent and so easy!
Other than using EVOV for the vegetable oil, I made following the recipe exactly. I found it to be easy to make and so delicious in flavor that we ate it for lunch 2 days in a row! We both loved it and will definately have it again!
Great Chili Chansy! Kind of reminded me of chili verde. It was even better the next day. Tell Jason his chili rocks!
Very good, will make again and again and again! Well Done Jason.