Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Winner Winner--Chicken Dinner!

Ever have one of those recipes handed to you that you thought "WHERE has this been all my life?"

This is mine.

My sweet sister sent me her recipe for White Chicken Chili--AMAZING. truly.

We made it for dinner tonight--so I thought I'd share!


What you need:

Dump it all in the pot: (Ignore my fat legs in the reflection--about as flattering as a circus mirror!)

Serve it up! and dig in! :)

Nothing I want to eat more as I watch the snow melt away in our backyard! I'm trying to get in a couple more soup/stew days before spring finally gets here!

White chicken Chili
-1/2 jar green salsa
-1/2 jar red salsa
-McCormick's White chicken chili seasoning packet
- 2 cups Great Northern white beans*
-2 cans cream of chicken soup or cream of mushroom
-2 cups water
-2 cups corn
-about 3 chicken breasts cooked and cubed

* you can use two cans of beans instead of dried. I pop my dried beans in the slow cooker and fill it up with water the night before and let them simmer on low all night. In the morning I drain them and put them in the fridge until dinner time. (This saves me a couple bucks and it's easy to do!)

Dump all of the ingredients in your pot and heat until warmed through. Simmer at least 15 minutes.

Top with a sprinkling of cilantro-- the best!

ENJOY!
hugs,
Kandis

7 comments:

Kate and Cole said...

Looks delish! And you are so lame about your fat legs. They look like sticks!

Maria Gurnsey said...

This looks so yummy! I already wrote it in my cookbook and can't wait to try it...thanks for sharing :)

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Amy said...

I think Anonymous is the only one with the fat legs. Haha. You are too cute Kandis!

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Anabelle said...

YUM!!!!! Can't wait to try it. And you are too funny about your legs. I couldn't find them at first, so they were hardly standing out. ;) Hope all is well with you!

D.C.C. Mealy said...

I love that recipe, I make it too :)
You are silly, your legs are tiny!