White Chicken Chili
1 lb cooked chicken chopped
One 48 oz jar of white beans
One 16 oz jar of salsa (med or hot - depending on what you like)
8 oz shredded monterey jack or Taco blend cheese
One half tsp cumin
1/4 cup cilantro (because I believe everything tastes better with cilantro)
1/4 cup green onion cup up
Bag of tortilla chips
Since I am weird with meat I just got two cans of already cooked and chopped. (Heather got a rotisserie chicken and cut that up.) I drained and rinsed the chicken and put that in a skillet. I then put the cut up cilantro and green onion in with the chicken and sprinkled it with some fajita seasoning. I let that cook for a lil bit.
While that was cooking I got out my trusty crock pot...
Then I added the rest of the ingredients into the crock pot. I decided to use HOT salsa - and o believe me it gave it a nice kick!
When the chicken doesn't look like it came straight from a can - I then added it to the crock pot. It should look like this:
I had it cook in the crock pot on the highest temp for about an hour and a half. (You can make this on your stove top - it is quicker, but doesn't everything taste better if it cooked in a crock pot??)
When the chili is done serve it up nice and hot and crunch some tortilla chips on the top and ENJOY!
I will definitely be making this for our Chili Cook Off this year! (Wish me luck!) This is a great dinner idea for a cold winters night or great for watching the game!