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Kickin' Chicken Chili

My low-fat version of chili with a kick! Sometimes I use more chili powder and cumin - it just depends on the day! :) Feel free to modify to your tastes! Note: This recipe makes a lot, but it freezes well.

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45mins
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  • Add water, garlic powder, parsley, and onion powder to large soup pot and bring to a boil.
  • Add chicken breasts and cook (covered)on medium heat until cooked through (about 12 minutes).
  • While chicken boils, chop onion and garlic.
  • Heat olive oil in a souce pan on low heat. Add onions and garlic to olive oil. Cook on low until onions are translucent.
  • Add jar of salsa to onion/garlic mixture, continue cooking on low, and stir occasionally.
  • When chicken is cooked through, remove chicken breasts from soup pot. Keep remaining broth on medium heat.
  • Add tomato soup, diced tomatoes (with juice), corn (frozen or canned), beans, chili powder, cumin, and the garlic/onion/salsa mixture to soup pot and stir to blend.
  • When chicken is cool enough to handle, shred and return to soup pot.
  • Simmer for 15-20 minutes, stirring occasionally. As with most chilis, the longer you let it simmer, the better the flavors!
  • Serve with sour cream and shredded cheese.
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  1. cookncraft
    This is really good. I modified a bit, used ground beef instead of chicken because I didnt have any cooked up and I prefer to use leftover chicken for this next time. Used my own chili spice mix instead of spices stated. Didn't use black beans, used extra kidney beans instead (3 or 4 cans kidney beans instead of beans stated). Didnt use diced tomatoes either since I did not have them on hand. Chili turned out good.
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  2. cookncraft
    This is really good. I modified a bit, used ground beef instead of chicken because I didnt have any cooked up and I prefer to use leftover chicken for this next time. Used my own chili spice mix instead of spices stated. Didn't use black beans, used extra kidney beans instead (3 or 4 cans kidney beans instead of beans stated). Didnt use diced tomatoes either since I did not have them on hand. Chili turned out good.
    Reply
  3. AnnieLynne
    My low-fat version of chili with a kick! Sometimes I use more chili powder and cumin - it just depends on the day! :) Feel free to modify to your tastes! Note: This recipe makes a lot, but it freezes well.
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