Very good, though the flavors didn't really pop until we added liberal amounts of salt, pepper, and fresh-squeezed lemon juice at the table. I used dried beans and fresh corn and anaheim and jalapeno peppers rather than canned or frozen. Served with jack cheese, tortilla chips, and avocado slices.
Delicious and easy!
Used a few of the suggestions from commenters: 2 c. of chicken broth instead of water, about 5 oz. of chilis and a can of mild Rotel. Otherwise, stuck to the recipe.
This was good, and the family enjoyed it, but I didn't find it to be very exciting. Then again, I substituted a few ingredients. Frozen white corn and cumin seeds are two ingredients I've never seen in a grocery store.
This white chili is wonderful! My variations were: I added Sazon Goya seasoning, and I didn't have lemon pepper seasoning so I used garlic pepper seasoning, and I added a cube of dried cilantro to the boiling water.
My family was skeptical about this recipe but soon changed their minds once they tried it. It is certainly a keeper.
Yummy chili! I pretty much followed original recipe except I had no lemon pepper so subbed some e-meril's southwest seasoning and some Sazon Goya seasoning. I used 2 cups of corn total; it was just right. Thanks!
Great recipe. I did as suggested by others use chicken stock, added the Rotel tomatoes and three cans of the chilies. I added to the suggested white beans a can of black beans and one can red beans. I diced the chicken in small cubes as well. We used jalapeno jack, black olives and chopped cilantro as garnish with the crushed tortilla chips. The flavor is wonderful but the cilantro gives that extra pop. This is a definate keeper.
I made this New Years day for my family. We all really enjoyed it. We even had it the next day chips and cheese style. I tripled the recipe so that we would have left overs to freeze for a later time. I would definatly make this one again. It was a winner in my opinion!! Thank you.
I loved this chili! I kept getting requests for my chili but wanted something different so I thought I'd try this recipe and it was terrific! As others, I substituted chicken broth for the water and added a little more lime juice (not on purpose -lol) but it was great! I also served it with cilantro, crushed tortilla chips, and sour cream. I can't wait to eat the leftovers! Thanks!
Oh this is good! The smell while it was cooking had everybody in the house asking when dinner would be ready. I used chicken broth instead of water and Navy beans in place of great northerns since that's what my grocery store had. I think next time I'll try Pepper Jack cheese for a little extra heat. This is going to become a regular meal around here.