This was a wonderful meal. I also did the Jack cheese and leftover turkey, and a nice wild rice/grains mix. I omitted the corn due to personal preference. The chili got rave reviews from everybody, and the best part was how fast and easy it was. The next time, just for variety, I'll make it with pork and italian sausage. Thanks very much for posting, Chia!
Very tasty! I had to sub a half can of jalapenos in place of the chilis and we also added some extra cumin, some chili powder and black pepper as well as an extra cup of broth. This was delicious with cheddar cheese on top served with cornbread and apple slices. Thanks for posting!
I add a couple more cans of broth and then a can of garbanzo beans, navy beans and white kidney beans. I also perk it up with a little more cumin. Ground sausage can be subbed too. This is really a super recipe.
This was a hit even with my youngest son! And he's become the pickiest eater I have in the house, besides his daddy. And daddy really enjoyed it too. He made comment about the seasoning -- the cumin. He liked that. Easy to fix and even without some of the ingredients it turned out great! I didnt have broth or green chilies.
This soup was extremely good, everyone loved it. I did, however, leave out the rice but I also added 2 more cans of northern beans, and an extra can of white corn. This is because I like thicker soups. And since I really enjoy the taste of cumin, I added an extra teaspoon or so. Thanks for the recipe, I finally found a variation of this chili I can stick with!
This recipe was great! I didn't have any white beans so I used herloom beans. It probably would have look nicer with white, but the taste was great. I added a little more cumin and chicken broth than calls in order to make a little more, but more my husband and I loved it! I will be doing this after ever Thanksgiving and Christmas from now on!
This is a great recipe. I subbed Cannelini (white kidney) beans for the Great Northerns, and already had cold leftover cajun rice so used that instead of the wild. I was out of frozen corn so used a small can of creamed corn. I also added some coriander, cilantro and chives. I ground up my leftover roast chicken, giving it a real chili texture. DELICIOUS comfort food.
I fixed this for 3 people, and they all thought this dish was delish! I did add shredded Monterey Jack cheese and used leftover turkey. I used Uncle Ben's Long Grain and Wild Rice mix for the wild rice. Thanks for a yummy way to use leftover turkey!