Chicken Chili Soup
Typically made with white beans, chicken chili is perfect football party food. From white chicken chili to chicken bean chili to chicken green chili, these easy recipes score points even with the biggest appetites.See Popular Chicken Chili Soup Recipes
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.
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.
Canned cream soup gives spicy chicken and bean chili a lovely golden color as well as great flavor.
For a make-ahead dinner, freeze half of this white bean soup--chockfull of chicken chunks, sweet pepper, and corn--for another meal later.
By using canned beans, jarred salsa, and cooked chicken, you can mix together this main-dish chili in minutes. Let it simmer and then serve for a quick dinner.
New Mexico red chiles are common dried chiles found in many grocery stores. You can also use a couple of chilcostle chiles or tiny cascabels in place of some of the New Mexico red chiles for a more complex flavor. To order chiles by mail, try Coyote Cafe General Store (800-866-4695) or Pendry's Chile Supply (800-533-1870).
This fragrant "white" chili is an unusual, delicious alternative to traditional tomato-based chilis. Serve with lime wedges and a dollop of sour cream or a sprinkling of cheese.
Thicken this slow-cooker chicken chili by slightly mashing the beans.
Combine the ingredients in your slow cooker before you head out the door to run errands. Dinner will be ready when you return.
Try this make-ahead recipe for savory slow cooker chili. You can freeze it for up to three months for quick, easy, and hearty weekday meals.
To us, there's really no point in debating the merits of chicken chili versus classic red-bean-and-beef chili: winter is looong, people -- goodness knows there's plenty of opportunity to warm ourselves up with both. And we're going to take advantage! This Easy Chicken Chili is one of those recipes that hovers near the top of our go-to recipe file all season long.
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.
By substituting chicken for beef and loading up on beans and fresh vegetables, this chili recipe is healthier than most!
So many chicken soups derive the bulk of their flavor from one source: salt, and lots of it. This Chicken Chili Monterey, on the other hand, is bursting with a variety of flavors: stewed tomatoes, tart apples, sauteed celery and onions and, to top it off, a heady dose of curry powder. Ramping down the sodium content allows all those flavors to mingle happily (and healthily).