I got this recipe from a Pampered Chef consultant before I became one myself. It's a very delicous recipe. I don't reccomend making it in a crockpot, it's not really supposed to be a thick chili, more like a soup. I top my bowls with sour cream and colbyjack cheese and serve with tortilla chips.
Really Yummy! I shredded the Zucchini, and added an onion, didnt add chili powder because I used hot salsa. I cooked it in my crock pot for that all day simmer, it was very watery, so I added some Corn meal and it was perfect! Great recipe!
Great flavor. So Easy to throw together. Put crushed tortilla chips in the chili and loved the flavor. Thanks for a tasty recipe KelBel.
Loved it, loved it, loved it!!!! I didn't have any regular chili powder, so I used about 3/4 tb. of chipotle chili powder instead. Also, to cut back on the sodium, I used strained tomatoes instead of tomato sauce, low sodium broth, and low sodium corn. Otherwise, I followed the recipe to a tee and have declared it my new favourite soup.
Good flavor without being overly spicy. I used salsa with "medium" heat. I didn't have any zucchini, so I used a larger can of corn to compensate. Great recipe for using up leftover chicken.
I don't like soupy chili so I only used one can of broth - and I used vegetable broth instead of chicken. I didn't have cumin so I threw in some cayenne pepper instead, and I also added some extra green chilis. The end result was wonderful and I now have lunch for an entire week!
What an easy, time saving, and truly delicious soup! It is perfect for those busy weeknights when you need something quick and nutritious. Didn't have zucchini so made without-it tasted great. Thanks for a great recipe!
This is just delicious. My family loves it. There is very little preparation, but the final result is lovely and tasty. Plus, it's good for you! Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe.