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Made as directed with minor alterations....used roasted Hatch green chile I had in my freezer from the season this year,frozen corn and homemade chicken broth. I also used the optional seeded jalapeno and this was spicy! After initial tasting I went back and added 8oz of cream cheese to attempt to cool things down a bit and give the chili the creamy factor I was looking for. It helped some and this will be something I make again.
I'll be making this again but I did modify a little bit. I used a combo of breast and boneless skinless thighs, boiled them in the chicken stock with a few garlic cloves, sazon seasoning, adobo, chili powder and a little salt. I boiled it so I could shred the chicken. Pulled the chicken out, strained the broth then followed the rest of the recipe. It was A+. Made cheddar jalapeño cornbread to go with it. Boom.
This was an awesome twist!!! I however used navy beans (using what I had on hand). I simmered the beans in a crockpot till ready and added the rest I also used fresh green chili peppers not only for a fresher taste but added color of a darker green rather than can it was amazing I made this dish for a family gathering and received great compliments. Another hit with hubby!! I also served this with mini corn muffins I made.
This was the first time I made White Chili and it was AWESOME!! I recommened using more Great Northern Beans and maybe small pieces of chicken. I used (4) large chicken breasts and it was a little too much chicken for me. I also omitted the corn. It was great!! The cumin adds that special flavor. My husband said it was awesome. He went back for seconds!!!
I was in the grocery store on my phone looking for a chicken chili recipe and this one caught my eye. Simple enough to make quickly tonight and enough left over to serve to a group of friends coming over again tomorrow. I tripled the recipe I think. Added a bunch of chopped rainbow chard that needed to be used and omited the jalepeno. A large can of roasted green chilis was enough flavor for my family. Thank you for a great guideline to follow! Delicious recipe!!