- Servings Per Recipe: 4
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories: 314.9
- Total Fat: 4.0 g
- Cholesterol: 94.8 mg
- Sodium: 746.4 mg
- Total Carbs: 27.7 g
- Dietary Fiber: 5.7 g
- Protein: 41.8 g
Southwest Chicken Chili (Slowcooker)Submitted by: REECANDOIT
IntroductionI cannot claim credit for this. My friend Tammy came up with it on her own and I'm just documenting it for her. It's delicious and so good on chilly days!
The prep is quick and easy; you just combine the ingrediants in the morning and by dinnertime, it's done! I cannot claim credit for this. My friend Tammy came up with it on her own and I'm just documenting it for her. It's delicious and so good on chilly days!
The prep is quick and easy; you just combine the ingrediants in the morning and by dinnertime, it's done!
one can of S&W low sodium black beans (rinsed), one can of Campbell's Healthy Request cream of mushroom soup, three FROZEN chicken breasts, one can of Green Giant Mexicorn, and 1/4 cup of red onion (optional topping).
I use a few dashes of hot sauce and light sour cream for toppings, as well as the chopped red onion.
Tip: Make double the recipe and freeze half!
Number of Servings: 4.5
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user REECANDOIT.
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I'm biased but I LOVE IT! - 1/29/09
Reply from REECANDOIT (1/29/09)
That's okay.. you are basically commenting on my behalf as well since I cannot comment on my "own" recipe sparkpeople says. And you know I LOVE this recipe.
I made this and did tweek it to make it non-dairy because of sinus issues. Instead of the creamed soup, I put a bottle of 505 Green Chili Sauce. Also, I did not have the mexicorn, so I used some frozen corn instead. Turned out great! I served it with corn tortillas - 3/19/12
Made a variation of this. 3 frozen chicken breasts. Cream of chicken soup, dark red kidney beans, green peppers, frozen corn, frozen chopped onions. chili seasoning and garlic. Served over rice with cheese and sour cream. next time use more chili seasoning and garlic. - 2/11/11
AWFUL NO SEASONINGS ? - 2/4/09
Reply from REECANDOIT (2/4/09)
The chili actually doesn't need any seasoning... the combination of the beans and soup give it quite enough flavor. :)