Ready in 6 hours
A little bit spicy, very delicious, and so easy to put together and prepare!
"Delicious. Chicken is soooo tender. Added a little all purpose flour second time, made it nice and thick. Served over white rice with shredded pepper jack. "
Combine beans, onion, chili peppers, corn, tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, cumin, chili powder and taco seasoning in a slow cooker. Place chicken on top and cover. Cook on low for 10 hours or on high for 6 hours. Half hour before serving, remove chicken and shred. Return chicken to slow cooker and stir in. Top with fresh cilantro. Also try it with low fat cheese and sour cream.
soly9800 1m agoExcellent! I booked chicken & shredded. Used 1/2 low sodium taco seasoning. Sautéed green bell pepper, onion & garlic. I used frozen corn. This is a thick chili. I served with Gucamole, Fritos, cheese & sour cream. Teenagers love it
Miamariko 1m agoThis one got raved reviews from all family & friends. Definitely a keeper!
JStoley 9m agoGreat recipe! I found that 2 chicken breasts were enough for us. I only had tomato paste, so I added a bit of water but will put more in next time. It was a pretty thick chili but still really good! Another winner!!
katiebutler1 1y agoLOVE this recipe. So easy to make and lasts my husband and me for several days. Serve it with some fresh avocado, sour cream and shredded cheddar.
kristin1304 1y agoMy husband loved this recipe and called it a 'keeper!'
danwblevinator 1y agoAbsolutely delicious. Makes plenty of left overs.
yorkunf 2y agoDelicious! I made this for my family of three so we had leftovers but they were just as amazing the next day.
KeWhitlatch 2y agoEven my VERY picky kids loved this! Added cheese and sour cream. Made it more creamy and delicious. Thank you for this one!
Dana2877 2y agoEasy and tasty. I left out chili peppers so my 3 y/o would eat it. Then my husband and I added cayenne pepper to our own taste.
EricaBananas 2y agoPerfect recipe for a chilly fall day! I added garlic, a hot pepper and used plain Greek yogurt with low day cheese as a topper. Yummy!