This turned out really good ! I served it with Cornbread. The family was surprised to see a "white" chili and were pleasantly surprised with the taste. they enjoyed the "kick" aspect =)
Had this for lunch today using leftover chicken breast. We liked it. However, the consistency was more like soup, so we added a cornstarch slurry to thicken it up a bit. I used 2 (4 oz) cans of diced green chilies since I didnt have any jalapenos. I think the chili would be improved by adding fresh chopped cilantro. I topped with smoked cheddar cheese. This was certainly fast and easy with minimal prep required. Thanks.
This is really good! I used leftover turkey in it. I will make it again, but for our tastes, I will omit the cayenne pepper. It was really spicy for us!!! I added some heavy cream to tone it down a bit. Thanks!
Excellent. Reminded me of a posole (without the hominy). Will absolutely make again.
Indeed, I really enjoyed this, but the rest of my family, not so much. If a bean ain't brown, it ain't right, as far as they're concerned! I used Hatch green chile and threw a can of mushroom soup in to thicken it up. Very tasty!
I personally enjoyed this white chili a lot, I ended it up eating the whole pot by myself over the course of a couple days because none of my family members could handle the spicy kick! Therefore, if you make this recipe, taste it before adding any cayenne pepper.
I used this recipe tonight to use up some of our leftover Thanksgiving turkey. I doubled the recipe as we are a chili loving family. It was very spicy, but very delicious. It is my son's 1Oth Birthday today. He requested chili and I really want to use up all of the leftovers before they go bad. This was a great way to achieve that. I followed your directions, only changing one thing. I added 4 tablespoons of cornstarch with 6 tablespoons of cold water to create a slurry in order to thicken it up right at the beginning of the simmer process. It seemed a bit thin, and after reading the other reviews, I thought it needed to be thickened too. It was great, quick and easy. I will definitely be making this again, but I may decrease the heat a bit. Thanks KelBel!
This was excellent, the only changes I made were to use paprika instead of cayenne and subbed 1 tsp. of marjaram for the cumin. Also, simmered for 1+ hours and I added fresh cilantro in at the very end. Scrumptious! Will be making this whenever leftover turkey is around.
Best thing that ever happened to leftover turkey! Thank You...
Just made this, nearly "as written' just backed off on the amount of broth and only had one can of white beans.... very very good. I could eat the whole pot!