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11/6/11 7:00 P

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Try Ro-tel tomatoes in it. I use those in regular chili. I'm going to make this soon. It's got to get a little colder here in GA first tho. lol

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MEWHENRYSMAMA's Photo MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 6,072
11/6/11 6:06 P

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THANKS FOR THE REVIEW BABSAWRITER!! I LOVE THIS KIND OF CHILI...MY HUSBAND AND I USED TO LOVE IT AT PANERA BREAD AND THEN THEY STOPPED MAKING IT AND SAID IT WAS SEASONAL, BUT IT NEVER RETURNED emoticon
I WILL HAVE TO TRY THIS ONE, AND HOPE IT IS SIMILAR...PROBABLY NOT AS RICH BUT THAT'S OK. LOVE HAVING LEFT OVERS FOR OTHER MEALS, TOO. emoticon
THANKS! TAKE CARE AND HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
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11/6/11 5:32 P

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For supper tonight, I made the Slow-Cooker White Bean Chicken Chili (pg 172). It was a nice meal to make on a Sunday when I didn't want to do much more than relax for the afternoon. 2 out of the 3 people in my house found it very tasty--my dad didn't like it but he's picky as I said before. I thought it was very simple to make and quite delicious. It's the kind of meal that I know is going to taste better when it's reheated. I now have enough for 4 lunches this week. It said it would make 10 servings. We each ate 1 and a half servings which is quite filling.

Changes I made to the recipe: I didn't add the green chiles or cilantro since no one except me likes those. About an hour before serving when I tasted it, I thought it needed more spice so I added more chili powder and also some paprika. We did all add a little salt to it when we ate it (I wouldn't add salt to it when cooking because I think I've read that salt will make beans tough).

Thinking ahead: I'm wondering if using a can of the tomatoes with green chiles would be a good addition. I think next time, I'm going to make sure we have some shredded cheese to add to each serving and then will cut back on the serving sizes.

Edited by: BABSAWRITER at: 11/6/2011 (17:32)
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