By Chef Garlic on February 02, 2005
Photo by GaylaJ
Photo by GaylaJ
"I am not sure of its orgins, but I am trying to find the source."
Serving Size: 1 (880 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"We loved this! Had it last night with a corn pudding recipe off this site. I did sub one can of beef broth and beef bouillon rather than just chicken to get more depth of flavor for my beef eating husband. Cooked my chicken in a little oil and sprinkled with taco seasoning, then sauteed the onion and garlic in the same pan. Had no green chilies, so I had to use a can of Rotel tomatoes, and I think it turned out great! Was a little leary of adding so much cheese and sour cream, but very happy with the results. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing the recipe. This is the first chili I've ever made starting with dried beans rather than canned, and it won't be the last... Thanks so much for the recipe!"
"Best white chili I have ever had! Thick, cheesy, creamy, a tad spicy, tons of flavor and fantastic. Doubled the recipe and will be freezing half of it. Used a little less cheese and sour cream when mixing it in. Sprinkling those two items on top when serving makes up for it. Also, I topped it with diced red instead of green onions. Sauted the garlic for one minute after the onions were brown and added in the chilies and spices and cooked 3 minutes before adding mix to soup pot. Thank you for a great recipe!"
"I was on a search for something new to do with some ground turkey. Boy did I find a keeper!!<br/>Using what I had in my pantry I used 2 cans garbanzo beans, 1 can of butter beans (all rinsed & drained), 1 pound of ground turkey browned with the onions & garlic, 1 carton of low-sodium chicken broth and 2 cups of Queso Blanco cheese. I served with warmed flour tortillas and my hubby was drooling! This had sooo much flavor! Can't wait to make this again! Thanks for posting!!"
"We had never heard of a 'white' chili before and stumbled upon this by chance when searching for something else. I can't cope with too much tomato, so this was a great recipe incorporating the normal chili flavours. I also don't like eating beans, but would happily do so with this dish. We gave it 5 as there was nothing we could think of that we would do differently to make it any better. Thanks Chef Garlic."
"Made half a recipe using only half the cayenne and it was so good. Loved it with a few tortilla chips for crunch."
"Exactly what I was looking for!"
"Loved it, definitely will cook it again. I made minor modifications, but even my 2 young sons ate it and said they would love to have it again."
"A delicious chili which everyone enjoyed. I also cooked it in my slow cooker."
"Absolutely wonderful! I too added canned beans, and it held together well. Bring on more recipes like this one!! Thank you!"
"This is a wonderful recipe! I won a chili cookoff at work using this recipe! My teenie complaint is that if you use dry beans, the time referenced is far too short. I let it simmer for several more hours after adding the rest of the ingredients and it worked out fine. Otherwise, I made as is! Thank you for sharing!"
"Awesome chili! Went to a Halloween party last night and they had a chili cook off. Because I figured everyone would be making the standard tomato base chili I decided to make the white version. This recipe wowed most everyone! Surprisingly most never even heard of white chili. Instead of dried beans I used canned, omitted the tomatoes and added black beans thus turning it into Black and White Chili. Delish! Great white chili willie!! Thanks Chef Garlic"
"This was such an easy dish to make. I did substitute Chipotle Chili Powder for the Cayenne, which added a smokiness w/the heat. Also, I added approximately 2 cups of sweet corn (fresh or frozen) which really looked nice and tasted great. Our whole family loved it (and it was so pretty when you add the garnishes!!) Great Football Sunday fare!"
"Very good chili.Is thinner than a regular chili and went great with our grilled sandwiches! I make a turkey chili and Really love both now and will definitely alternate making this with my own. I used 1 Tbsp. dried cilantro and 1 tsp cayenne. all else was the same! I am Freezing half of the chili as I love chilis and soups in freezer for a weekly menu option!"
"10 stars!! outstanding. I used a little less cayenne, otherwise, everything else was great."
"My fiance and I were blown away by this chili. The best way to describe it is a blast of spicy and fresh ingredients. Very good and I will most certainly make again. The only thing different I did was to saute the onions, garlic and chili's together in one skillet before transferring to my crock pot. Thank you Chef Garlic!!"
"This is for sure a new staple in my recipe book. I had never made it before so we had a bunch of family over and I quadrupled the recipe. (I love leftovers) It was a huge hit and was absolutely delicious. We will make this a regular rotation on the soup/bean days. Really full of flavor, Highly recommended. It is even better the next day. "Great Job""
"This is hands down the best white chili recipe that I have tried. So much flavor and freshness. I will be making this again soon. Thanks for the recipe!"
"Really good, I enjoyed this very much. I added a little less monetery jack also, but otherwise made it exactly as written. Perfect amount of heat from the cayenne, and it mixes wonderfully with the freshness of the cilantro. YUM! This one goes in my keeper cookbook for sure."
"Very good! The only changes I made were adding a bit more chicken broth, and a little less monterey jack. Garnished with chopped green onions and shredded chihuahua cheese. Thanks for posting the recipe!"