This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BUSH’S® Beans. All opinions are 100% mine.
Chili comes in more than one color. This White Chicken Chili recipe is made with beans, chunks of chicken, and warm spices to keep you cozy during the chili season.
In case you weren’t aware, Cincinnati is a big chili city. In fact, it is such a big deal that it has its own Cincinnati Chili recipe that is made with some seasonings and flavors that wouldn’t think of going into chili-like cinnamon and chocolate. Yep, you read right. But you know the crazy thing about those flavors is that it actually works! You know what else works, White Chili. When I first learned of this type of chili recipe, I had to scratch my head because it seemed so different, but it tastes great!
What’s in White Chicken Chili?
The ingredients in this chili recipe aren’t all that different from regular chili. There’s onions, garlic, celery, chili spices, chicken (of course), and beans. You wouldn’t put red chili beans in this recipe. Instead, you would use BUSH’s White Chili Beans. The soup portion of this chili recipe is made with chicken stock and a touch of heavy cream for extra creaminess.
Having a warm bowl of chili on a cold day is how we do things here in the Midwest. We also use BUSH’S Beans in our chili recipes for the perfect flavored bean. BUSH’S White Chili Beans are flavored with chili spices to give your chili an extra boost of flavor. You can top your chili off with
- Sliced jalapeno
- Sour cream
- Tortilla strips
To name a few!
If you want to switch up your chili recipes during the colder months, definitely add this White Chicken Chili to your recipe box!