A bit less indulgent than beef, this favorite white chicken chili recipe is full of Southwestern flavors. These easy recipes include other variations on the chicken chili theme using rotiserrie chicken, black beans, and chipotle.See Popular Chicken Chili Recipes
Give these zesty chicken thighs a head start by partially cooking them in the microwave. Then finish them on the grill with the onion-stuffed potatoes.
Gutsy in flavor, but low in fat, this chicken and vegetable meal is healthy and easy to prepare.
Coffee and cocoa powder flavor this easy dinner. Serve the chili with corn bread muffins.
Poached chicken pieces take the place of ground meat in this red wine-infused chili that would be the ideal accompaniment to a big slice of warm corn bread.
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.
Green chiles, fragrant garlic, and the perfect blend of herbs and spices lend just the right amount of heat and flavor to this delicate yet satisfying white chili. Short on time? Take advantage of your supermarket deli and use a deli rotisserie chicken. Simply shred the meat with your fingers or two forks while the rest of the ingredients simmer.
Hominy beans join great Northern beans in a white chili with chicken recipe that's ready in 15 minutes.
If you are looking for a chili recipe without the tomato base, try this hearty soup that calls for cannellini beans, green chiles, and Monterey Jack cheese.
This high-protein main dish looks like navy bean soup but is actually a mild chicken chili.
This comforting chicken chili receives an additional pop of freshness from a dallop of cilantro pesto. Serve with a side of tortilla chips.
Wild rice adds extra heartiness to this healthy chicken dinner in a bowl.
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.