Slow Cooked White Chicken Chili
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|1 pkg||tyson (frozen|
|1 can(s)||chopped green chilis|
|5 can(s)||great northern beans|
|2 can(s)||rotel diced tomatoes (with lime juice and cilantro)|
|2 pkg||white chicken chili mix (any brand)|
|32 oz||chicken broth (low sodium)|
|2 Tbsp||chopped garlic from jar (or 2-3 cloves in garlic press)|
|3 Tbsp||lime juice (or squeeze 1/2 a fresh lime)|
|3 tsp||dried cilantro (or rough cut fresh cilantro 3 tbls)|
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Member Since Aug 2011
I have been perfecting this recipe for the last 6 months trying to enhance each component and marry together the most amazing experience for Chili lovers. I'm all about flavor and not singeing my taste buds off my tongue. However, for those that like to heat it up a bit, just add fresh jalapenos to your hearts content.
Open all canned goods, drain and rinse great northern beans in a colander. Turn your crock pot on to high and add the following ingredients.
Empty carton of chicken broth (32 oz) into crock pot. Add 2 packets of White Chili seasoning mix to broth and stir until seasonings have dissolved. Add 2 cans of Rotel, 1 can of chopped green chilis, garlic, lime juice, cilantro. Stir mixture.
Add package of frozen Tyson chicken breast strips and stir into mixture. Finally, add great northern beans and stir mixture until evenly distributed. Put the lid on and let the magic happen for the next 24 hours.
I always like to get my chili to a nice rolling boil in the crock pot then turn it down to medium to cook during the day if I'm going to serve it the same night. If you have the time, I recommend turning your crock pot to low. The earlier you start your crock pot of chili, the better your chances are to have it the same night. You don't have to wait for 24 hours, but you know how chili is, the longer it cooks, the better.
My fiance loves to have his chili with steamed white rice, cheese and sour cream. So as an option steam some white rice on the side. I always use chicken broth to steam my rice when making this chili recipe. It really adds to the dish. Also, as I am garnishing my dish, as you see in the picture, I squeeze a little bit of fresh lime juice over the sour cream. Then, I top with some fresh cilantro leaves. It always gives it that fresh gourmet flavor. Enjoy!