Crockpot White Chicken Chili
For a healthy batch of crockpot chicken, white meat is the best choice. From white chicken chili to recipes that include white wine, these recipes for crockpot white-meat chicken are easy to cook and easy to love.See Popular Crockpot White Chicken Chili Recipes
In the mood for chili? No problem...because you can have this flavorful chicken chili on the table in less than 1/2 hour. It only tastes like it's been simmering all day.
If you're looking for an alternative for your usual tomato-based chili, try this slow cooked version with white beans, chicken broth, jalapeno pepper, and garlic.
We're on a holiday mission here at Dinner for $10. All through the month of December, not only are we giving you cheap dinner recipes (to help you stay within your Christmas budget), we're giving you quick and easy ones as well (because who has time to cook after making all those Christmas cookies?) This White Chicken Chili definitely fits the bill. Basically, if you've got time to use a can opener and chop an onion and red pepper, you've got time to make this. Yet it still qualifies as a bona fide homemade dinner, right? It involves choppingread more
Short on time? Move the slow cooker setting for this fiery hot white chili recipe to high. If you like, serve in store-bought bread bowls.
Try this perfectly seasoned white chicken chili recipe for a weeknight family dinner or to serve a party crowd.
From your favorite traditional chili to white chicken chili and easy crock pot chili, we've handpicked our favorite chili recipes to keep you warm on cool autumn evenings.
When you don't have all day to let your chili simmer in a slow cooker, make it fast with this recipe for White-and-Green Chili. White, by the way, is for white beans that give this one-pot meal its texture, and green is for the green prepared salsa and the fresh cilantro that add plenty of flavor. You won't even miss the tomatoes.
Sweet 16 to Elite 8 to Final 4... March Madness is basketball bliss, week after week. Chili is always right for game day, game night, game afternoon....
We all know there's chili and then there's chili. You know what we're talking about. While you might enjoy a cup of the former at your favorite diner, or have an easy, go-to crockpot recipe on hand for stress-free dinners, what we've got in mind here are those sorts of chili recipes that live on to become legends, the ones that contain that bewitching, complex layering of flavors that kind of sets off a Fourth of July series of fireworks in your mouth with every bite. In other words, champion chilis, the perfect recipes to fuss over during thoseread more
If you're looking for a way to get tons of nutrition in a meal packed with flavor, soup is your answer. While it's true that it's pretty convenient to open a can of soup, heat it, and serve, the difference between that canned soup and homemade soup made with fresh stock is dramatic. And when you have a crockpot or slow cooker, it's never been easier.
Chili is an all-American favorite--and one that lends itself to much interpretation. In fact, once you factor in the regional trends and personal tastes, there may be as many variations on how to make chili as there are people who make it. While most recipes use some combination of the same basic ingredients--meat, beans, peppers, tomatoes and spices--chili aficionados are particular about their tastes.
If there's one recipe collection you should have, it's a massive stash of chicken slow-cooker recipes: The low-heat, high-moisture environment of the slow cooker results in tender, moist chicken every time--and no slaving over the stove! You can go high-brow (slow-cooker coq au vin) or keep it real (slow-cooker spicy chicken nachos, anyone?).
Ramping up the grill for a tailgating party might seem unplanned and casual -- just a group of friends munching on chips while waiting for the game to start. But as any real tailgater can tell you, this autumn ritual is a prime-time chance to showcase your masterful culinary skills -- all on the back of a truck (at least in theory). No wonder then that quick and easy to transport chili is a tailgating staple.