Creamy White Chili

*Update 1/2011: After nearly 2 1/2 years, this recipe continues to be a house favorite. It is creamy, perfectly spicy, and just absolutely phenomenal. Feel free to read through the comments to get a glimpse of many other variations that enhance this chili even more. One way that I’ve started making this is in the slow cooker. It makes it even easier (which is pretty hard because it is a quick recipe to begin with!). I’ve included the slow cooker option below the recipe. Rest assured this chili will win you friends and fame and fortune. Ok, maybe just friends, but I’ll take that.

Creamy White Chili

Yield: Serves 6

Creamy White Chili

Ingredients

  • 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1/2-inch cubes
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder or 2 cloves fresh garlic, finely minced
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 2 cans (15 1/2 ounces each) Great Northern Beans, rinsed and drained
  • 1 can (14 1/2 ounces) chicken broth
  • 2 cans (4 ounces each) chopped green chilies (if you like less kick, add just one can)
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground cumin
  • 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1/2 cup whipping cream
  • Fresh cilantro, for garnish (optional)

Directions

  1. In a large saucepan, saute chicken, onion and garlic powder (or fresh garlic, if using) in oil until chicken is no longer pink. Add beans, broth, chilies and seasonings. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer, uncovered, for 30 minutes. Remove from the heat; stir in sour cream and cream. Garnish with fresh cilantro, if desired. Serve immediately. This is especially good served with tortilla chips.
  2. Slow Cooker Option: In a medium round slow cooker, place 1 pound chicken breasts (fresh or frozen) without cubing them. Add the chopped onion, garlic powder, beans, green chiles and all of the spices. Do not add the sour cream or whipping cream yet! Reduce the chicken broth to 12 ounces (about 1 1/2 cups) and pour in over the other ingredients. Stir the mixture around a bit to incorporate the dry spices. Cook on low for 5-7 hours (if using frozen chicken you’ll cook on the longer end of that spectrum, fresh chicken will cook in less time). Remove the chicken to a cutting board and shred in bite-size pieces. Stir back into the slow cooker. In a small bowl or liquid measuring cup, whisk together the sour cream and whipping cream until smooth. Whisk the cream mixture into the crockpot with the other ingredients. Let the soup cook until heated through. Serve.
http://www.melskitchencafe.com/creamy-white-chili/

Recipe Source: from my wonderful friend, Tori M.

189 Responses to Creamy White Chili

  1. Melanie says:

    Danielle – I’m glad to know this is such a popular (and prize-winning!) recipe. Thanks for the comment!

  2. Danielle says:

    A friend made this for a church chili cook-off last fall and won 1st place. Since then it has become one of our family’s favorites. It doesn’t surprise me at all to find it here. So far I have loved all your recipes that I have tried. Keep ‘em coming!

  3. Melanie says:

    Anne – great idea to add the shredded monterey jack cheese (oooh, and I bet pepper jack would be delicious, as well). Thanks for your nice comment – I hope you enjoy looking around and bookmarking recipes!

  4. Anne says:

    I think I love you! I have been bookmarking your recipes all day. I am so thrilled to find your blog with not only tasty recipes , but not overly high fat too! Thank you thank you thank you! Feel like I found a burried treasure here!
    I have a similar recipe to this, but instead of whipping cream, I add about a cup of shredded Monterey Jack Cheese. My whole family LOVES this!
    Thanks for your blog!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I’ve made this twice in the past couple months…when I made it this week, my husband and I fought over the leftovers. Next time I am going to double the recipe, so we have more leftover! Thanks for sharing the recipe :o)

  6. Sarah says:

    This is a fantastic recipe! My friend shared this same recipe with me 2 years ago and I have been using it ever since. I took this white chicken chili to a chili cook-off and won “Most Kid Friendly!” (LOL) I guess because it wasn’t as spicy as some other chilis there. It was gone in about 10 minutes! My kids love it!

  7. Camille says:

    New poster here. Just made this for dinner tonight. This..was…DELICIOUS!!!! Love your blog! Will be making many more of your recipes!!! Thank you!!!

  8. annieseats says:

    Wow, this sounds absolutely delicious! I have actually never tried white chili but it is on my list to try very soon. This will be the recipe I try for sure, you haven’t let me down yet!

  9. Bunny Wilson says:

    Just made this recipe tonight and blogged on it – thanks for a “keeper” meal!

  10. PheMom says:

    I love this kind of chili! This version sounds and looks great!

  11. Leslie says:

    Mmmmmmm..I make pretty much this same recipe as well..but I add sharp cheddar cheese to it!!!YUMMO!Yours looks nice and comforting!!

  12. Melanie says:

    Hi Ali – way to improvise with what you had on hand – I’m glad it still turned out delicious! Thanks for letting me know.

  13. Melanie says:

    Wendy! It’s fun to hear from you. I have to confess that I check out your family blog via Amanda’s now and then for an update. What a cute family! Anyway, thanks for letting me know you like the recipes here – that is sweet and I don’t mind at all if you pass the word along. It is just a fun hobby for me!

  14. thumbbook says:

    Melanie, I followed the link to your post here from Ali-Divine Domesticity and I just wanted to thank you! I also tried it at home and we love it! I would like to invite you to < HREF="http://www.foodista.com/" REL="nofollow">Foodista.com<> – the cooking encyclopedia everyone can edit. We have lots of easy recipes you can try, so do check us out. Would also love a link to this post from our site.(This will direct Foodista readers to your blog)Here’s a sample on how you can create inbound links from our site < HREF="http://www.foodista.com/recipe/VFB3Q4SC/race-car-pancakes/embed" REL="nofollow">Check it out here.<> This is a great way for you to build blog traffic and connect with other food lovers! Also feel free to share your recipes and tips with us!Thanks!

  15. The Bentley Family and Aussiemuminthekitchen says:

    Melanie- I made this for the first time last night. It is actually for dinner tonight but I had to make it in advance in the interest of time. I had a small bowl when I was done and I LOVED it. It was sooo good. Thanks yet again for another wonderful recipe! I think I’ll make your Blitz Bread to go with it.

  16. Ali says:

    I made this today and it was AWESOME!I didn’t have cumin or cayenne pepper, so I omitted those, and it still turned out absolutely delicious! Thanks for the wonderful recipe. :)

  17. grace says:

    i love spicy beef chili with plenty of kidney beans, but sometimes a white chili hits the spot, too. this looks like a terrific recipe, and since it’s on your blog, i’m sure it is. :)

  18. Melanie says:

    Camille – thanks for commenting!! And I am really glad you liked the soup. It is a real winner in our family, too. Thanks for your kind words!Sarah – I’ve heard from several people they have similar recipes to this one. It looks like it is a hit with lots of people. My friend who gave me the recipe will love to hear that!

  19. Ash says:

    Well you dont know me and I dont know you, but after i ate this chili and a church function tonight (and got my very picky 3 yr old to eat alot) I am sold! The lady who made it gave me this link to your site, and i already have it copies down to make tomorrow! You are my new best friend!

  20. Melanie says:

    thumbbook – glad you liked this creamy chili! I’ll have to check out foodista.com and I’ll let you know what I think. Thanks for the invitation!

  21. Laura says:

    Tried it, loved it. I blogged about it today. Thanks again for another great recipe.

  22. Melanie says:

    MyCozyCreations – wow – those sound like great additions to the recipe. Way to improvise!! I’m so glad your family liked it and I may have to incorporate some of those same changes next time I make it. Thanks for letting me know how it went over!

  23. MyCozyCreations says:

    I made this for dinner last night. With a few changes and it still turned out great! I didn’t have great northern beans so I used pintos (which were really yummy!) and I only had one can of green chilies and we like a lot of heat, so I used that one can and then some salsa verde. I didn’t have whipping cream so I left it out and added more sour cream. And then I added a can of white hominey. It was soooo good! My 3 year old had seconds and my husband ate every last bit! He loved it! Thanks for a great base recipe!

  24. Erin says:

    Mmm, Ilove white chili too. I”ll definitely be trying this recipe this Fall!

  25. Kylie Walker says:

    We had this for dinner and loved it, Nate ate like 5 servings and he kept saying “this is so good, this is so good” so you won your brother’s approval!

  26. Beth says:

    Ive never had white chili before. Im bookmarking this one

  27. Melanie says:

    Bunny Wilson – thanks for commenting back and letting me know you made this. I’m glad you liked it – I think it is a keeper, too, and am glad my friend shared the recipe with me!

  28. Melanie says:

    That’s awesome, Pam, that it is the exact same recipe!! I bet the shredded chicken is awesome. I’ll try it like that next time, I think. Thanks for commenting!!

  29. East Meets West says:

    This soup looks great – I know what I’m making for dinner tomorrow! And I think we’ll be having sugar gems for dessert – great website, I’m glad a friend passed this along to us.

  30. Wendy says:

    Melanie–Almost a year ago Amanda told me about your awesome food blog. We have tried so many of your recipes and loved them all! Thank you so much–we owe many a delicious meal to YOU:-) I hope you don’t mind…but I’ve also told so many family and friends about this blog. You are a great lady Mel–I can tell you’re an amazing mom, wife, person, and baker!

  31. Melanie says:

    Ash – thanks for making me laugh – you seem like the type I WOULD be best friends with…especially if you can give me tips on helping a picky 3-year old eat. Thanks for checking in!

  32. Melanie says:

    Bentley Family – just having you comment on this recipe makes me think I should make it tonight. I think I will since I didn’t have anything else planned! I’m glad you snuck a taste and liked it!!

  33. Melanie says:

    Anonymous – I’m glad I’m not the only one who fights my husband for leftovers! Glad you liked this, thanks for letting me know.

  34. Pam says:

    I have this EXACT recipe and have been using it for MONTHS. I have an allergy to spice though, so I cut out the red pepper… Oh, and you really ought to try boiling and shredding the chicken sometime. Oh. My. GOODNESS! I LOVE it with shredded chicken! (BTW- I just found your site today and I am LOVING it! Those Cinnamon Rolls look heavenly!)

  35. Sophie Bassett says:

    I have this exact recipe, except without the cream and sour cream. I must say, those two things make it wonderful. I loved it before, but love it more now! It’s great served with cheese quesadella’s. Thanks so much!

  36. Melanie says:

    Sophie – I feel kind of bad (but not terribly bad) that I’ve converted one of your favorite soups to be loaded with cream and sour cream, but I agree, it definitely makes it wonderful. I’m glad you liked it. Thanks so much for letting me know!

  37. Anonymous says:

    This soup was awesome. My 6 yr old, who is such a picky eater devoured it. Thanks for another fabulous recipe. The cornbread (with honey butter) is next on my list!

    Kara

  38. Melanie says:

    Kara – whenever I hear that a picky eater ate a particular recipe well, it makes me so happy! I’m glad your 6 year old came through for you on this one. Thanks for letting me know. I hope you like the cornbread, too!

  39. Nate and Kim says:

    Thanks for the great recipe. I probably make a few of your recipes every week. I am making this tonight. Looks perfect for a chilly fall day.

  40. Melanie says:

    Nate and Kim – wow, thanks for your comment! I’m glad that you have tried and liked so many recipes. It makes my day to know that. I hope this chili did not disappoint!

  41. Steph says:

    Haha, I think I am becoming a very regular commenter! I made this tonight for a friend and we seriously licked the bowls clean. Then when my husband came home and saw it he heated it up and licked his clean. He said he was skeptical at first because he doesn’t like beans much but it was one of his favorites! He wouldn’t even let me freeze the leftovers because he wanted to take them for lunch the next day! Once again you are AWESOME!

  42. Melanie says:

    Steph – I love the comments, so keep them coming! I’m glad this soup was finger licking (or I guess bowl licking) good! Thanks for letting me know…I’m especially glad the picky husband liked it!

  43. Anonymous says:

    I made this tonight! I loved it, thanks for the receipe.

  44. Melanie says:

    Anonymous – thank you! I’m glad you liked the recipe.

  45. Anonymous says:

    I made the creamy white chicken chili last night. It was absolutely wonderful!

  46. Melanie says:

    Anonymous – I’m glad you liked this recipe! It is such a good one and my family loves it, too. Thanks for letting me know!

  47. Anonymous says:

    My husband’s work had a chili cookoff, so I told him he really should make this white chicken chili so it would stand out. I had a feeling everyone would show up with variations of a red chili (which they did). Well, thanks for the great recipe…he won first place!

    Kara

  48. Melanie says:

    Kara – wow, first place!! Great job on your husband’s part. How fun! Thanks for letting me know.

  49. Lisa says:

    Hi, I found your blog recently and have enjoyed checking it out. I made the White Chili for dinner tonight and everyone loved it.

    Lisa

  50. Melanie says:

    Lisa – thanks for letting me know this was a hit!

  51. Anonymous says:

    I made this for my family last weekend, it was a big hit. I loved that it had a kick but not too much and not too little. For my kids, I just added to dollup of Sour Cream, just to take the edge off. Very good!! Thank you. – Meagan, ATL

  52. Melanie says:

    Meagan – Glad you and your family liked this! Thanks so much for letting me know.

  53. Pam says:

    I made this for my husbands Chili contest at work and guess what..it won first place! It is delicious.

  54. Melanie says:

    Pam – yay! That is great news…thanks for letting me know. I’m glad it was such a hit.

  55. Shantai says:

    I posted this recipe in our weekly Relief Society announcement and the next week everyone was raving about it!! THANKS!

  56. Melanie says:

    Shantai – great news. Thanks for sharing!

  57. Julia says:

    LOVE this soup and so so many of your recipes. I’ve known about your blog for a couple months now and have made so many of your recipes, including this one a few times. It is fabulous! I crave it all the time. Thank you for all the wonderful recipes, I have a fabulous cookie one I should pass on, white chocolate cheesecake cookies, they’re a big hit at all the events I’ve taken them to and fun for a change. Thanks again!!

  58. Melanie says:

    Julia – thanks for your comment! I’m so glad you like this soup and all the other recipes you have tried. And now, SEND ME YOUR RECIPE! Seriously, I’d love to have it, it sounds delicious.

  59. Melanie says:

    Amy – if everyone of those 4 adults and 2 kids eat pretty average sized portions, you are probably fine making a normal batch of this but you probably won’t have much leftover. If you don’t mind leftovers and want the peace of mind knowing that everyone can eat as much as they like, I would suggest at least one-and-a-halving the recipe or doubling. Hope it works out!

  60. Amy says:

    Melanie–I’m planning on making this for 4 adults and 2 kids. would you suggest I double it? do you think it would fit in a 6 quart pot doubled?? Thanks! I LOVE your site!!

  61. Melanie says:

    bebemamakalei – well, I’ve never heard of a Presto Kitchen Kettle but I’ll be curious to know if you liked the end result!

  62. bebemamakalei says:

    Instead of cooking it on my stovetop, I opted to try and cook it in my Presto Kitchen Kettle. I have it simmering right now!! It smells delicious and I can’t wait til its done!!

  63. Melanie says:

    mysie – how funny! We both made this the same night. I’m so glad you liked it, especially with your adaptations! Way to go!

  64. mysie says:

    Thanks so much – my husband and I are enjoying this right now! I somehow had no cumin available so I put about a half packet of taco seasonings instead (left out the cayenne too because that’s in the packet), and used some chipotle peppers instead of chillies (not a fan). Turned out awesome! Thanks!! :)

  65. azlabrat says:

    I don’t keep heavy cream in the house, so I used extra sour cream and just skipped the cream, I cooked the beans from dry and just used one pound of dry northern beans cooked in chicken broth, we also had an 8oz block of hot pepper processed cheese stuff (I’m not sure how it got here, but it was still good so I used it) I chunked that up and added it in at the end and let it melt through. It was good. I would have needed extra heat if I hadn’t added the peppered cheese, but I like my food spicy so that is personal taste.

  66. Melanie says:

    azlabrat – thanks for detailing your changes – it sounds delicious and I’m glad it turned out well for you.

  67. Jason and Lesley says:

    I loved this chili! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  68. Melanie says:

    Jason and Lesley – I just made this chili again today, too. Glad you liked it!

  69. smodi says:

    Hey Melanie! Just found your site!! YUM YUM!! My mom have been making this recipe since I was a little girl some 40ish years ago and I absolutely love it. It is my feel good food! I am so glad to see so many people are enjoying it! I think I will make it tonight! LOL

  70. Melanie says:

    Hi smodi – welcome and thanks for your vote of confidence on this soup. So simple and delicious!

  71. Erin B says:

    Was already planning to make this type of chili for dinner tonight and then a friend sent me your post about pretzels (btw, she made them and is RAVING about them). I am so making this tonight. Yum!

  72. Melanie says:

    Erin b – thanks for your comment! I hope you like this soup (and I’m glad your friend loved the pretzels!).

  73. Shanna says:

    This was as tasty as promised! I used both cans of chilies and the kids DID complain of the spicy heat BUT ate it all anyway ;)

  74. Melanie says:

    Shanna – glad that despite the complaining, the kiddos still ate up!

  75. Reagan Law says:

    going to try this tonight!!! I’ve been making lots of your recipes and have found some keepers!!! thank you!! I have been putting the links on my blog, hope I’m doing it right :)!!

  76. Melanie says:

    Reagan Law – I hope the white chili worked out for you! I don’t mind at all if you repost the recipes…thanks for linking back to my site!

  77. Anna says:

    This was so yummy! We had it for dinner last night and a few bites in my husband said, "We should definitely have this again!" I had the leftovers tonight and I think it was even better the second day. Loved it!

  78. Melanie says:

    Anna – well that's a good review from your husband! I'm glad…thanks for letting me know!

  79. Kaitlyn says:

    Honestly, this is the first time I've ever used 'real' spices. I know! But I'm slaving away in University and my mom usually cooks. Anyway, my entire family has been begging me to make this over and over again – a real first around here because everyone is so picky and peculiar about their food.I'm Canadian, and maybe white chili is common in the USA but I'd never heard of it here. I'm glad I tried it anyways! Thanks so much! I've been browsing your site ever since I tried your peppermint cookies and everything I've tried is spectacular!

  80. Melanie says:

    Kaitlyn – thanks for commenting! I'm so glad this soup was a hit with your family and that you have been getting requests to make it again and again. Thanks for letting me know (and good luck cooking while managing a University schedule)!

  81. Annie D says:

    I made this for dinner tonight and WOW was it great! Followed the recipe exactly and it was awesome. My 3 children (twins 17 & 12 yr old) raved– 5 stars! I am always looking for something quick and flavorful for weeknight dinners and this is it!

  82. Melanie says:

    Annie D – glad this was a hit with your kids – thanks for letting me know!

  83. Danielle says:

    I whipped this up in less than an hour and simply put, it was delicious. The chicken was tender and the flavors were great. The only thing I added was a little crushed red pepper to make it spicy.

  84. Melanie says:

    Danielle – I bet crushed red pepper would be fantastic in this…glad you liked it!

  85. Gina says:

    I made this white chili on Monday night, and it was truly wonderful! I used both cans of chiles, and I think I goofed and doubled the cayenne (1/2 t.), so it was a little on the spicy side, but that’s okay by me. The sauce seemed a little thin to me, and as the Great Northern beans cook down, it seemed like the soup was all chicken. So before I heated up the leftovers the next day, I added one can of white kidney beans (cannellini beans), and that bulked up the soup and took the heat down a notch. Plus, I just like some bigger beans in the mix. I will definitely do that again when I make it the next time.

    Also, we added some fun garnishes on top–crushed-up tortilla chips, shredded Mexi-blend cheese, and chunks of avocado tossed with lime juice. YUM!

    Thanks for the great recipe!
    –Gina

  86. Mel says:

    Gina – thank you for detailing your changes…I think that helps as others read through the comments. I’m glad you liked this recipe and your added garnishes sound absolutely delicious (especially the avocado and lime!).

  87. Laura says:

    Melanie,

    Both my husband and I loved this recipe. He was a bit hesitant as I have a white chicken chili recipe that he loves. He wasn’t quite sure why I was trying a new one but after dinner he said it tasted great. Anyhow, thanks.

    One thing I incorporated from my other recipe is I added the juice of one lemon, 1 tsp of lemon pepper and did not use regular pepper.

    This was a winner! Loved using cilantro. That made it taste so much better! Thanks.

  88. Mel says:

    Laura – thanks for your comment! I’m thrilled that your husband overcame his fears of a new recipe and ended up loving it. Love your changes – thanks for letting me know!

  89. Barbi says:

    Hi Melanie~ I told my boys we were having this White Chili for dinner, and of course they fussed about it, so I had them read all the comments on your blog and how so many people thought it was delicious/ yummy / LOVED it.

    Thankfully – this worked, they actually gave it a try, and guess what!? Yep, they thought it was delicious!!!! My 8 year old, though it was a bit too spicy for him, but he gave it a good shot. I will lay off the cayenne pepper the next time we make it, and yes there will definatlely be a next time, so he has nothing to complain about. :)

    Thanks for sharing!

  90. Mel says:

    Barbi – that’s funny that you had them read all these comments. I’m glad it made them think a little more fondly on the chili! And thank heavens they liked it! Thanks for letting me know.

  91. Alicia says:

    I am a recent convert to your blog. My friend had made this recipe a couple of times and I loved it. I finally tried to make it myself for the first time last night. I had to use a couple of substitutions because when I went to the store to get the ingredients I lacked, it was closed! So I used canned chicken instead of chopped up chicken breasts. I also substituted paprika for the cayenne pepper and green pepper (tabasco) sauce for the chopped green chilies. It was still delicious. It didn’t have as much kick as the original, but I still enjoyed it, and there were no left overs. I want to make it the “right” way as soon as I can get the right ingredients, but it’s nice to know that if I’m short on time, the canned chicken is still very tasty in this recipe! The whole family devoured it.

    • Mel says:

      Hi Alicia – I love your adaptations for this chili and am thrilled it turned out so well! Way to go…not everyone can just zip around their kitchen throwing this and that in to make a meal work. I’m impressed!

  92. Lacy says:

    Mmmmm this is one of my(and my household of men’s:) favorite recipes of yours. I just wanted to let you know how much your recipes mean to us. You are my go-to gal and you have a huge part in bringing my family closer together with every meal. I hope you continue this blog for as long as possible and my boys will grow up loving them as much as I do! Keep it up! <33333

    • Mel says:

      Lacy – you are so nice! Thank you! As you probably know, I have a household of men, too, so hopefully these recipes will help both you AND me! Thanks again for your comment…it made my day.

  93. Amy G says:

    Melanie, I loved this recipe. I really, really loved this recipe. I was surprised at how good and savory it was. My husband made it, who never cooks, and it was so easy. My kids loved it, and the leftovers were even better. Hats off to this recipe!

  94. Julie Miller says:

    Hi Mel,
    I found your recipe last fall and have made it at least twice a month since. My fiance asks for it on a weekly basis. I always make a double batch but it never lasts more than 48 hours. I can’t wait to try your One-Minute Salsa!
    Thanks so much for what you do!
    Julie :)

  95. Rachel says:

    Hi there! I have a work chili cook off coming up, and I’m thinking this might be my winning recipe. Question – can you make this in a crock pot? If so, how long should it cook? I’m just worried because I have to bring the chili in at 8am for an 11am cookoff, and have no other way to keep it warm other than the trusty crock pot – but also don’t want to overcook the chicken. Thanks!

    • Mel says:

      Rachel – I hope this IS the winning recipe. Yes, you can definitely make this work in a crockpot. I’ve done it before by making the soup like the recipe states and then just keeping it warm in the crockpot until I need to serve it. You could even make it the night before, let it cool and then refrigerate it overnight. Pop it in your slow cooker the next day and let it warm up through the morning. Good luck!

  96. Kensi says:

    This recipe is amazing! We loved it! I’m already looking forward to making it again. I couldn’t find the chopped green chilies so I doubled the cayenne pepper and thought that worked great. Thank you so much Mel! You should put together a cookbook! I would buy one plus more to giveaway as gifts!

  97. Cristal Wooten says:

    YUM! I made this tonight with your cornbread recipe. I am so impressed with both! I did roast and use poblanos instead of green chiles. YUM! My family LOVED them. My husband said that the cornbread and soup was the best he ever had! Thanks so much for sharing your collection of wonderful recipes. Your blog is the best!!

  98. Reyna says:

    Mel Mel Bo Bel, Banana Fanana Fo Fel, Me My Mo Mel…MEL!
    Loved it! Super creamy, flavorful, and delish! I’m just mad I didn’t double it because now I have no leftovers for lunch today. I won’t make that mistake again….

  99. Brooke says:

    I love your website so much!!! I rant and rav to everyone!! I made this chili this morning for our ward chili cook off tonight and It won 1st place.. everyone LOVED it soo much they all want the recipe I was sooo happy!!! thanks for all of your amazing recipes!

    • Mel says:

      Brooke – congratulations on the first place prize! I’m so happy you won and that you have loved the recipes you’ve tried. Thanks for letting me know!

  100. Kimiko says:

    Umm..all I can say is AMAZING. I even think this may be my favorite recipe of yours so far…although I’m curious about your other white chili recipe; I need to try that one too and see how it compares. But this one gets 5 stars from me…and I’m so glad it used up the rest of my turkey leftovers! Now I don’t have to feel guilty about throwing any food out. :)

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