White-colored Poultry Chili Recipe

 

The CREAMIEST White Chicken Chili

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Ingredients 2 cans (15 ounces each) cannellini beans, rinsed and drained 1 can (10-3/4 ounces) reduced-fat reduced-sodium condensed cream of chicken soup, undiluted 2 cups cubed cooked turkey breast 1-1/3 cups fat-free milk 1 can (4 ounces) chopped green chiles, drained 1 tablespoon minced fresh. Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Cook onion in oil until the onion has softened and turned translucent, about 5 minutes. Stir in garlic, oregano, cumin, and ginger; cook for another minute.

Pour in chicken broth and white wine, and then add the bay leaf. Ingredients 1/2 pound dry white beans, soaked overnight in water, drained OR 2 15-ounce cans white beans, drained 3 cups turkey stock 1 cloves garlic, minced 1. Ingredients. 2 tablespoons canola oil. 1/2 cup chopped onion.

3 garlic cloves, minced. 2-1/2 teaspoons ground cumin. 1 pound boneless skinless turkey breast, cut into 1-inch cubes.

1/2 pound ground turkey. 3 cups chicken broth. Directions Step 1 In a medium saucepan, heat oil over medium heat. Add onion, jalapeno, garlic, oregano, and cumin; season with Step 2 Add turkey and. Melt the margarine in a large Dutch oven over medium-high heat.

Add onion and next 4 ingredients (onion through garlic), and sauté 5 minutes. Add turkey, 1 1/2 cups beans, broth, and next 6 ingredients (broth through black pepper), and bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer 15 minutes. Heat oil in 6-quart saucepan or Dutch oven over medium-high heat until hot. Add turkey, onion, celery, garlic, cumin and oregano; mix well.

Cook 5 to 6 minutes or until turkey is browned and no longer pink, stirring frequently. 2. Directions Heat the oil in large pot or Dutch oven over moderate heat. Add the onion, celery, poblanos, and cook, stirring Add the ground turkey and coo. Heat vegetable oil in heavy large saucepan over medium heat.

Add onion and garlic and sauté until tender, about 5 minutes. Add cumin and stir until fragrant, about 30. Saute the garlic and chopped onion briefly in the oil then add the raw ground turkey. Cook until the turkey is cooked through and slightly browned. Add the great northern beans, the broth (to your desired consistency), and the spices (to your taste).

Simmer for 15-30 minutes.

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Continue to simmer, stirring occasionally, until turkey is tender and chili is slightly thickened, about 40 minutes.

“The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes” by America's Test Kitchen
from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
by America’s Test Kitchen
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FAMILY­FAVORITE TURKEY CHILI WITH BROWN RICE Substitute ground turkey breast for the ground beef, cooking until no longer pink in Step 1.

“Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” by Betty Crocker
from Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today
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Do not cook this chili on high as it will cause the turkey to dry out.

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This turkey chili recipe, adapted from food blogger and dietitian Samina Qureshi, RD, is a simple and delicious one-pot meal that can be on the table in just 30 minutes.

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
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In a 3— to 4—quart slow cooker, combine the ground meat, onion, bell peppers, jalapeno pepper (if using), garlic, pumpkin puree, tomatoes, chili powder, cumin, salt, black pepper to taste, and 1 cup water.

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White Turkey Chili If you prefer, substitute skinless, boneless chicken breast for the turkey.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
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If you are using white rice, simmer the chili for 20 minutes; if you are using brown rice, simmer for 35 minutes.

“The Vegetarian Planet: 350 Big-Flavor Recipes for Out-Of-This-World Food Every Day” by Didi Emmons
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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Turkey chili is a great alternative to classic beef chili, providing a leaner, but no less flavorful, meal for the dinner table.

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Add the turkey, red and green bell peppers and jalapeno, if using, and cook until the peppers begin to soften, about 3 minutes.

“What to Expect: Eating Well When You're Expecting” by Heidi Murkoff, Sharon Mazel
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EASIERENCHILADAS This recipe, which uses ground turkey, canned enchilada sauce, and pickled jalapeños to trim time from the recipe, turns enchiladas into a weeknight option.

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  • Save the juice from baking or crock potting your chicken, this is what I used as a base rather than the boxed chicken broth. If we grill, broil, or bake a whole chicken or chicken thighs, breasts, etc., I always reserve the stock for other recipes.

  • Sour cream, and ranch in chicken chilly?! In a dip maybe, certainly not in a “chilly” this did not look good. While I’m not a “chef” my chicken chilly would be better than this

  • I like this guy because he cooks like my nan cooked, like how real people cook when they got a family to feed and they’re not trying to be fancy

  • I’ve made this without some of the ingredients she added, no cheese, no sour cream, bacon and cornbread. It tastes fabulous without all the extras but add red pepper instead of hot sauce to your liking. I also used Serrano peppers instead and tomatillos. Delicious! The tomatillos really added to the flavor factor, not sure why she didn’t add them.

  • I just know that was a great dish Kendall,I never would have thought of using cornmeal to thicken,but I certainly will in the future I Garontee!lol!

  • I bet my husband would really like that recipe. Glad it’s in the book.
    Dude, the taste segments are becoming more and more creative. Love it!

  • Great Beads..Love Me Some Beans Dishes…Kendall Beans are a thickener,mash some of them on the side of the pot while they are cooking and it would make them creamy…Love this recipe thanks for sharing GREAT COOK!!!

  • As soon as I’m off this eating plan, I’ll be making this! It REALLY looks delicious! I’m not a fan of cilantro either and I’ve never thickened with cormmeal before! Are those canned green chilies spicy hot? Thanks for sharing, Sis! ��

  • talk about wanting more veggies in here…..we added sweet white corn and it was really good! The squeeze of lime is awesome! We topped with chopped raw onions and ate it with cornbread. Delicious!:)

  • The guy is a good host but seems like a shit cook. Didn’t see him stir more than once and the cobbler could have been made by a child��

  • I don’t put anything “white” in my ground turkey chilli, such as sour cream! Many people don’t like sour cream. Leave it out and offer as a topping of choice! Sorry, but That chilli did not look that appetizing! ��

  • Thanks for the recipe. Just made it & its delicious!! The only things I changed was I put a couple cloves of fresh minced garlic, & I used the can of hot green chile’s because we like it spicey round these parts lol.

  • Real disappointed in munchies for butchering the recipe on the site.. Yea, same ingredients, but did you not pay attention to his cooking order? That can make or break a dish. Maybe he wrote it himself idk lol

  • Kendall, who needs tomatoes anyway? WOW! I love the look of this chili! It looks like it’s exploding with flavor! MMM! I can almost taste it! Thank you for showing all the ingredients in the description box! I’ve got to make it!

  • Im sorry but I find this recipe lacking real flavor. I would add carrots, celery, garlic, thyme. And just an fyi, cayenne pepper absolutely adds heat! Homemade stock would really enhance flavor too. But, I thank you for your video. You seem like a lovely person.

  • Dude CRACKS ME UP! LOL!!! Looks like a GREAT recipe. I’m gonna give it a shot with the Great Northern Beans. By the way, I got the Elevated e-book. Thanks for sharing.

  • As always good job. I was a bit surprised that you didnt bloom the spices before adding the broth. Maybe for future episodes with dairy, a guest taster would be appropriate?

  • Thx Flo&Dude, always looking for chili variations. Here in Ontario, I’ve yet to find cannellini beans. I’ve heard they have a different texture than some other kinds. Cheerz

  • I can’t wait to try this Flo! So many options, too. Man I love your recipes and how you make it a priority to make them simple. The cool thing is, with you, simple doesn’t mean blah taste.

    Btw, I love that hair style on you. It really shows off your eyes and smile. I liked your long hair from way back too. Respeck to Dude.

  • I live almost an hour away from a real grocery store. Without driving that far, do you think this would be just as good with hamburger meat?
    I’ve Made it with ground turkey before, oh man it was soooooo good! ��

  • I want to Thank You for the ebook you sent me. I’m working my way through, trying not to drool on my iPad (I know, TMI). I don’t fix a turkey for Thanksgiving, but always seem to have cooked chicken either in the fridge or freezer, and I love White Chili! You all rock!

  • Interesting recipe. I’ve seen other white bean chili that uses a cornstarch slurry to make it a little thicker. Another thing I’ve seen is to add some monterey jack cheese that would make it a bit thicker, too. I’ve never made white bean chili and don’t know if I would. That has nothing to do with your recipe it is probably yummy ’cause of all those spice in it. It’s just that I can’t wrap my head around something that isn’t traditional chili. However, if I can correct my mindset into thinking I would like white bean chili, I’d definitely give your recipe a try, but I think I would go for the monterey jack as an addition to make it a little thicker! ��

  • Awesome video and recipe Flo and Dude…well done. It’s that time of year…I just made a batch of chili last weekend. I love chili because there are endless variations, and it freezes pretty well. I’ll have to give your recipe a try. Thanks again and have a wonderful week.

  • I’ll have to find another recipe;
    She left onions in the onion bowl
    And her husband allowed it, smh
    These people dont know how to cook

  • Yum! This is a MUST try for sure! It finally feels like fall here in central Missouri, so I’m digging out all my soup and chili recipes! Thanks for sharing the yumminess! ❤️ and hugs!

  • How tf does it become creamy just by adding whipping cream????? You have to let the food simmer a bit just to allow it to get thick. Lol

  • Just made this shit, with my own twist of course, but I’ve got to say, Mayhem is the G.O.A.T. when it comes to Chili. Never knew I needed that cilantro and lemon juice until I took a hit of this goodness. God bless you sir.

  • I like the idea of using rosemary. I use herbs de provence in my green chili (made with pork), which is pretty unusual but it tastes awesome.

  • What I love so much about this recipe is that it’s an average joe’s chilli. He’s literally using canned goods, instead of some fancy schmancy dry-aged turkey or some weird horticulture grown beans.

  • I thought I knew how to make chili…then I made this recipe….I’m official now! Going to make a pot this afternoon…it’s actually healthy if you leave out the sour cream and cheese!

  • I’m really happy with how this white turkey chili turned out! Use leftover turkey, instead of browning the ground turkey. Add it with the smoked sausage. You could also make the broth with the leftover carcass. Happy Sunday!

  • Perhaps you can take turns with Dude for the taste or taste it together? There’s something off putting about the man always getting to take the first bite after a woman has done all the hard work of cooking it.

  • Love this recipe glad I clicked on but I was looking at all you girls other recipes and it like there all for instapot well I would love to see some slow cooker recipes..love this one!

  • Shit looks mad good but when he ate it man he looked like he knew it was missing something. Im sure its still mad good but if you cook alot you know, you forget something and you know. Everyone else might not but you will

  • We had this for dinner this evening…. EXCELLENT. I added carrots and a quartered cherry tomatoes. It was a little too thin for our liking, so I thickened with potato flakes (gf). I could eat this EVERY WEEK!

  • It’s January 2019 I’m making this right now I’ll let u know what I think I never made or had it before…..ok just tried it and it’s really good I can do without the beans though not a big fan but overall it was really good

  • So… I’m about to cook this recipe now. I knew I had chili powder. Didn’t think twice about it. Ended up having barely any. WHAT IS CHILI WITHOUT CHILI POWDER! I am the fail.

  • I can see the cameraman in the reflection of the microwave.

    For years I have tried to spot the cameraman in a reflection, thank you for making my dreams come true and thank you for the white chicken chili recipe, this is the one I am cooking ☝��

  • Can’t wait for the cookbook. Call me old fashioned but I like holding my cookbooks. Will still get the e-book one so when I go shopping I can look for all the right ingredients

  • This is not chilli. No one has the prerogative to redefine chilli.
    This is a soup or stew or what ever the hell you want to call it.
    But it’s definitely not chilli
    I’m a TEXAN. Chilli is my birthright.

  • How many chicken thighs or breast do you think I should use if it’s a meal for 2 adults with leftovers for 1 day, lol not a week, but we want to try it ������

  • This looks delicious! I think it’s funny he used ground turkey cause it’s leaner but then smothers the peach desert in butter! Lol! I guess he balanced it

  • Super good, made it last night and there were no left overs…. I followed this recipe and added the mash can of beans that’s listed on the web site. Wicked good

  • This sounds very yummy. I will have to try it. I have to laugh at the cayenne not adding heat comment, because my kids are wimpsthey think even the green chilies are hot! Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  • I made this tonight and it’s so good! I didn’t have enough sour cream so I subbed in some cream cheese. I also felt like it needed more liquid so I added in more chicken broth and half and half.

  • I give you a thumbs up just for your background in the opening. 😉 Do you know what would GREAT with these beans? A chunk of cornbread!! am I right? 😉 OMG!!!! I have to add this to my recipe list!!!! GREAT recipe Kendall!!

  • LOVE LOVE LOVE my instant pot!>>> ur2.pl/1046 It is definitely not a necessity for everyone, but it has certainly made my life easier. I think the 8 quart version we got is maybe a little large for most people’s needs, but I really appreciate the versatility of being able to put a larger quantity into the pot it’s made dishes like stir-fry and rice possible to cook at the same time. If you’re on the fence about what size to get, or if you should get one at all, I would say go for it!

  • Excellent recipe! It is creamy and flavorful. Use a couple of cloves of minced garlic and saute along with the onion. Finish off with some fresh cilantro before serving. Quick and easy!

  • This is definitely comfort food! I love it. Yeah over here cilantro is the way to go for this dish. Looked so good as you mixed up the beans….three cans? Heck yeah! What a delicious version you made. Love the cornmeal, never thought to add that, but my first wife’s version was NOT southern:) Love yours! Two bowls this way please?

  • Love white chili! There is nothing better than slow cooking some chili on a sunday afternoon!
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  • Im waiting till you post the videos everyday, watching you cook is a great entertainment and really like your talk and to see you.All your food is very healthy, I wish you strength to post more videos in this channel. And Im the first viewer today!:)

  • Tried the recipe and not impressed at all. It’s not creamy and super bland. had to add a lot more seasoning along with some garlic salt.

  • That chili looks devine. I could cook this for my family, but they can’t handle the heat from those peppers. I guess I’ll do it for my self. I am glad I found this recipe with so many peppers. Peppers are really good for your health actually, but my family doesn’t get it.

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  • Just made it. Used half and half organic milk and light sour cream. Awesome. Also cooked chicken in my air fryer. Like farmers market chicken. �� yummy ��������

  • The cover of the cookbook is Lovely! Wow, very attractive. I am getting my first instant pot soon, mostly on the strength of all great food I have seen you make. Please update us on when the print version will be available? (The micro and crock pot died in the same week… time for an upgrade yay) Blessings to you and the family.

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  • I’ve never tried White Chicken chili, it looks amazing. I love potato soups, stews and chili for this time of year. Can you possible do this in the Crock pot to?