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Thanks for a great recipe. I took it to a neighborhood chili dinner where each person brought a different recipe. It was a hit and my hubby is eating the last bowl now. I used cannaloni beans, grean chilis (instead of jalapeno)and added a can of cream of chicken to make it a little thicker. What a nice, different soup.
This was wonderful in my crockpot on low for 10 hours. I added 2 tblsp of lime juice to the recipe. I also used a mexican blend cheese to each bowl. My picky family loved it and the leftovers were even better the next day.
I can't believe I've never rated this! I have made this several times, and it's wonderful! I use both jalapenos because the heat tends to cook out so much after several hours. Thank you! (I have the cookbook, and don't think I ever made this one before seeing it on here.)
It needs more spice. I added an additional tsp of cumin plus a can of green chili's instead of the jalapeno peppers. Easy and good.
This needed a little more spice for my taste, but other than that it was great. Definitely a keeper. Thanks!
Awesome chili. I intentionally made it a day ahead since chili is always better next day. Thanks for posting!
Wow! This is an awesome chili recipe. A great change from my normal ground beef chili. Highly recommend.
I made this for my family and my kids and hubby really love it! I love how it is so healthy and it is SO simple because it is a crockpot recipe. We omit the jalapeno peppers and really like it's mild flavor. It's in my crockpot right now!
This is the same recipe I was going to post. My friends ask for it all the time and it is SO EASY. I add a can of green chilis and use both red and green peppers for the color (nice combo for the holidays). I also serve with Monterey Jack instead of Cheddar. Glad you shared it!
Very good! Just added some flour to thicken it up towards to end!