Mouthwatering Monday – Easy White Chicken Chili

Today I am sharing my husband’s easy White Chicken Chili recipe – one of my favorites! As if white chicken chili didn’t have enough kick, my husband’s recipe takes it up a notch by incorporating green chili’s- an ingredient we discovered while living in New Mexico in the mid 1990′s.

INGREDIENTS
3 Chicken Breasts, Cubed
1 Packet  McCormick White Chicken Chili Seasoning
4 oz Diced Green Chilies
3 Cups Chicken Broth
15 oz Can of White Beans
15 oz Can of Black Beans
Medium Onion, Diced
1 Tablespoon Vegetable Oil
Salt & Pepper
Shredded Cheese

PREPARATION
In a large sauce pan, combine vegetable oil and diced onions. Cook until onions begin to soften. Add in diced chicken, chicken broth, McCormick seasoning, navy beans, black beans and green chilies.  Let simmer for 15 minutes.  Salt & pepper to taste. Serve with shredded cheese as a garnish.

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24 comments

  1. Michelle Smiles says:

    I love white chicken chili! Yum! I’ve never tried putting black beans in but we love them so I might have to try it. To thicken mine into more of a chili consistency, I use another can of white beans and puree them and add them into the broth.
    Thanks for the ideas!

  2. amy2boys says:

    I love a recipe with instructions that fit in one small paragraph! This sounds so good. (And that berry soup I posted is AMAZING. Let me know if you try it!)

  3. AprilinCinci says:

    This sounded so good that I’ve got it simmering on the stove right now. I didn’t do the black beans and I shredded the chicken because that’s how I prefer it. I’m going to freeze some individual portions to have on hand after baby gets here within a couple of weeks. Thanks for the idea!

  4. rachel-asouthernfairytale says:

    Green chilies are one of my favorite ingredients ;-)
    This sounds delish. Can you believe that I’ve never made white chicken chili before? I may have to try this.. you know, in JANUARY when it gets cold/cool here ;-)

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