Creamy Comfort

by Heather on November 17, 2010

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Y’all, the weather here lately has been so bizarre…snow coming out of nowhere, high winds, and lots of chill.  Obviously it’s coming on winter, but I guess I was just hoping Colorado was going to hold off just a wee bit longer!

Alas, it has not and we find ourselves in the midst of very cold mornings, days, and nights.  Now I know you don’t have to be from Texas to enjoy chili, but I know that I really can’t get enough of the stuff when it starts getting colder and colder out.  And when I ran across this recipe AND had it highly recommended I knew it was time to change the game.  As Nate said last night, chili to him is full of beef and has a red gravy and tons of spice, but let’s just say he didn’t go back for a second helping for nothing ;)

Above is cayenne pepper.  Want to hear a story about cayenne pepper?  This one time I was making a 2-serving batch of vegetarian chili and added 2 Tbsp of cayenne pepper.

 

Yeah.

 

Let’s just say I was sweating profusely at work while I sat under the A/C with the fan on.  Attractive?  No.  Oh-so-delicious?  YES!

You want to follow the recipe exactly because it’s EXACTLY right just how it is!  If you want more spice, add more green chiles and cayenne.  If not, just go with the recipe because it’s still super mild.

But just make sure that no matter what you do you go make it!

Topped with cheese and served with a side of cornbread, this chili is up there with one of my favorites of all time.  I still love the spicy red beef chili, but this was a welcome change!

Now if only lunch could hurry up so I can have the leftovers ;)

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{ 21 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Tina @ Faith Fitness Fun November 17, 2010

Spicy white chicken chili is an all time fave of mine. We have it every year on Christmas Eve and I can’t wait for it. It may have to make an appearance before then though.

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2 Jessica @ How Sweet November 17, 2010

Love this chili so much. I want some tonight. It’s rainy and dreary here… it would be perfect!

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3 Joslyn @ missfitbliss November 17, 2010

Ha! I love the story about the 2 Tbsp. of cayenne! You are so brave for eating it in spite of the pepper, sheesh! I would’ve tossed it:)

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4 Emily November 17, 2010

I am always in the market for white chili recipes… I am getting tired of my tomato-based one so this is perfect!!

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5 Estela @ Weekly Bite November 17, 2010

That soup would be a perfect lunch for me! Hmmm… maybe I’ll make it :)

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6 Salah@myhealthiestlifestyle November 17, 2010

i eat tons of chili but never the white chili….guess i’ll be trying that soon :-)

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7 Amy @ Second City Randomness November 17, 2010

Cheese and cornbread are the best soup toppers.

I approve 100%! :)

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8 Matt November 17, 2010

The weather is like that here too! No snow, but the wind is chilly ;)

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9 Katie @ Health for the Whole Self November 17, 2010

I made this recipe a few weeks ago and LOVED it!

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10 Anna November 17, 2010

Snow?! Nooooo!!!! Agh, it’s coming here soon enough too.

This looks like perfect cold weather fare!

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11 Paul Jennette November 17, 2010

Cornbread, cheese, green chiles… I’m in, the weather here has just taken a turn for the worst.

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12 Shanna, like Banana November 17, 2010

I love cayenne and probably would have gobbled that chili up!

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13 Natalia - a side of simple November 17, 2010

I’ve never tried white chili before.. I think this should be my goal before Thanksgiving :)

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14 Kristy November 17, 2010

That looks delish, I’ve never made white chili! I love having leftover soup for lunch!! I will having some today! :)

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15 eatingmachine November 17, 2010

when we were first dating my husband and i made dinner together and he kept adding red pepper to his food.
he’d say “you know what the great thing about red pepper is? you can’t overdo it!”
then we sat down to eat.
and…. his food was WAY too spicy! we still joke about it…

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16 blackbookkitchendiaries November 17, 2010

what a lovely recipe:) thanks for sharing this.

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17 *BIOCHEMISTA* November 17, 2010

Ohhh, what a fantastic idea! I bet I’d love it. Chili is probably one of my all-time favorite foods! :)

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18 Rachel @ The Avid Appetite November 17, 2010

I’ve been dreaming about this ever since I saw it on Eat, Live, Run too! Can’t wait to try it!

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19 Kristi November 17, 2010

Yum! I want some chili now.

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20 Kim in MD November 18, 2010

This looks delicious, Heather! It’s cold and dreary in Maryland today, and I have everything I need to make this for dinner tonight!

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21 TheSceneFromMe November 21, 2010

This does look delicious! I think I need to make it today. It’s a “soup” kind of day here! Yum!

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