Very tasty. I used bone-in thighs and it was a cinch to pull the bones out after the meat had shred itself. Served with avocado and sour cream, it wasn't too spicy for the kids. It does stay 8 hours on high.
We loved this chili! I tried it with some cilantro and avacado and it was good but I think it is just as good just as is. I follwed the recipe exactly using dried beans and on high for 8 hours exactly. Seasoning and everything were spot on. Thank you for sharing. I am on an elimination diet and good warm comforting food is hard to come by. This was great!
I am pretty sure I mis-read the bean part, and used 2 cans of canneloni beans where I should have used DRIED beans ! It was all very tasty but THIN, where the cooking starch from the beans would have thickened it. Sorry, galasikes -- I will pay more attention next time.
This is my first time making this chili. The only thing I changed was instead of the white beans, I used two cans of kidney. I also needed to cut the broth/water down about half because of that.
Otherwise, this has come out just lovely! Most definitely a keeper. Thank you for posting this!
This was good chili. I added flour to the crock pot the last hour of cooking, because we like a thicker chili. I couldn't find our ground coriander, so I used 1/4 cup of some fresh cilantro I had frozen. Thank you for posting!
I've made this several times, and it is wonderful! It's become one of our staples! It is definitely worth your time to toast the cumin and coriander. When I serve this to company I'm always asked for the recipe! Thanks!
AMAZING! I used breast instead of thighs, and it came out so tasty and delicious. I will make ths again and again!