Chicken Chili Recipes to Stay Warm This Winter 

Kickin' Chicken Chili with Vegetables 

Chili is a flexible dish that can be eaten in many different ways. This chicken chili recipe tastes great on its own or as a taco filling. We have also included a recipe to turn the chicken chili into a salad that can be eaten with crushed tortilla chips and cilantro sour cream. 

Coconut Chicken Chili 

Packed with sweet, savory, and spicy tastes, this coconut chicken chili recipe simmers slowly with spices like ginger, chile, and cayenne pepper. It is finished with coconut milk, cannellini beans, shredded carrots, and garlic. 

Fast or Slow White Chicken Chili 

This recipe, which can be prepared in a pressure cooker or on low heat, is a creamy version of chili that is loaded with bits of chicken, white beans, veggies, and sour cream.  

Chili with Chicken and Hominy 

It is true that this 15-minute white chicken chili with hominy and beans can be prepared in just 15 minutes! A lot of the work in this dish can be eliminated by using canned beans, precooked chicken breast strips, and jarred salsa, which makes it ideal for a weekday dinner. 

Spicy White Chili 

This white chicken chili is full of flavor and fire thanks to the addition of green chilis, garlic, and a mixture of herbs and spices; if you are in a hurry, you can even make this dish with rotisserie chicken. 

Southwestern White Chili 

This easy-to-make 30-minute dish of chicken chili, white beans, green chili peppers, cheese, and a ton of flavor, will quickly become a favorite. 

Chipotle Chicken-Squash Chili 

With a ton of vegetables, such as peppers, onions, and squash, this chicken chili is a hearty dish that is perfect for chilly fall and winter evenings. If speed is of the essence, use rotisserie chicken. 

White Chicken Chili 

This white chicken chili is the ideal solution if you like a less acidic chili; it is best made in a slow cooker, allowing the flavors of the garlic, jalapeño peppers, chicken broth, and white beans to develop slowly. 

Chunky Bean and Chicken Chili 

A new taste profile is added to this chicken chili recipe by the addition of fresh cilantro, nutty Monterey Jack cheese, and green chiles, replacing the typical tomato basis and calling for a generous amount of beans and chicken broth. It is always a good idea to serve this chili with some tortilla chips on the side! 

Harvest Chili 

This is a really tasty and unusual chili recipe that blends chicken-apple sausage with cooked apples and soft butternut squash in place of tomato sauce. The result is a mildly sweet chili that tastes well over creamy polenta. 

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