White Chili(Vegetarian)

I made this during the winter and it hit the spot! A very nice alternative to regular chili. Excellent! You can eliminate alot of time by just using canned beans instead of cooking them from scratch. Prep time includes soaking beans.

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  • Place navy beans in a soup kettle.
  • Add water to cover by 2 inches.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Boil for 2 minutes.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Cover and let stand for 1 hour.
  • Drain and discard liquid.
  • Return beans to pan.
  • Add water to cover by 2 inches.
  • Bring to a boil, cover and simmer for 45 minutes.
  • or until beans are tender.
  • Drain and discard liquid.
  • Set beans aside.
  • In the same kettle, saute onions and garlic in oil until tender.
  • Add soups, one cup water, potato, chili powder, bouillon and salt.
  • Cover and cook over medium-low heat for 10 minutes.
  • Add garbanzo beans, half and half and navy beans.
  • Cook over medium heat for 10 minutes or until heated through.
  • You could eliminate alot of time and just use canned navy beans.
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"I made this during the winter and it hit the spot! A very nice alternative to regular chili. Excellent! You can eliminate alot of time by just using canned beans instead of cooking them from scratch. Prep time includes soaking beans."
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  1. Shuzbud
    Thanks for a lovely, low fat meat-free chili. We really enjoyed the flavour and creamy texture. It was a bonus that it was low fat so I could have a second helping! We used canned beans to make it quicker. Celery soup isn't available here so for the second can I used cream of chicken. This will be a favourite through the winter!
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  2. Pvt Amys Mom
    This was different, but really good. I also used canned beans. I had the chili completed in 1/2 an hour. The recipe was very easy to prepare. I used 3 cans of beans - 1 white beans, 1 pinto and 1 black beans. It was quite tasty. I didn't add a full 1 1/2 cups of 1/2 and 1/2 as I did not want to thin it out too much. I think next time I will prob add one more can of white beans as we like a lot of beans in our chili. We enjoyed it, thanks for the recipe!
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  3. Gladys58
    I also used all canned beans like you suggested because I wanted something no-fuss. The chili was great and had a nice creamy texture. Very filling and not that high in fat content. Thanks for posting this as we like chili during the colder months.
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  4. Merlot
    A wonderful tasting white chili! Very creamy and full of flavor. This really hit the spot on this cold-rainy day. I used a one lb jar of Randell's Great Northern beans to save time. Thanks so much for sharing this, Sharon123. We really enjoyed it. :-)
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  5. Junebug
    I used can beans, as per your suggestion, rather than dried so this was an easy dinner to put together. The chili had a wonderful creamy texture. I did double up on the garlic, but that's just a personal preference. Thanks for sharing!
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