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Not a ton of flavor and too much tomato purée. Would use less pureee and more broth
Thanks for the feedback, Kfox!
How many cals per serving??
Hi, Michelle! I’d suggest using a nutritional calculator like this one: https://www.verywellfit.com/recipe-nutrition-analyzer-4157076. Thanks!
One of my new Slow Cooker favorites! I had some extra chicken thighs and was looking for a fun slow cooker recipe and this was perfect. So tasty and the leftovers where even better the next day. I am going to make another big batch and put in small containers to take to work. Thank you Emma!
The fat dissolves if there’s just a bit. Sure, take out big chunks but don’t sweat it; you’re way ahead re: health because it’s chicken, not burger! Some nice additions to try: coffee; cocoa; tomato paste. Purée a couple of cups to make the whole chili richer and thicker; I do this with any bean or lentil soup.
I’ve made this recipe now several times and I LOVE it! Probably about the easiest chili recipe I’ve made. Both thigh or white meat work but personally I like thigh meat better. Thank you!! (p.s. would imagine this is possible in the instant pot?)
Hi, Janet! I definitely think it would be possible in the instant pot! I haven’t tried it myself yet, but probably 20 minutes on high pressure would get the job done. Let us know if you try it out!
You can use vinegar to clean your chicken thighs and then rinse them with water before you put them in the slow cooker. This will help you to get rid of the blood and any chicken smell.
I hope this helps.
I’m just curious to know . . . when you are using chicken thighs, do you wash out and clip out all of the fat you can and also the blood and veins you see in the thighs. I try to and it takes me forever to get all that gunk out of the thighs.
Hi, Laura! I usually trim off any large pieces of fat, but otherwise don’t worry too much about it. It sounds like your thighs might be a little more unprocessed than mine, though!
Do I add the 4 oz can of green chillies at the beginning of the slow cooking time or with the corn and beans at the end of the cooking time?
Gerry Ann — I’d add it at the beginning!
I’im in the process of making this recipe and I’m a lb short of chicken thighs. Looks like 2 lbs of chicken thighs is about 8 chicken thighs. I only had 5 to begin with. Just a fyi.
You should still be fine! The chili will be a little thinner and soupier, but I think it will still be tasty.
Sorry, the comment on the passata/puree was for Corrine, not Judi. There are minor differences in the measurements – US cups and measuring spoons to metric ones, but if you use one set of measuring cups & spoons throughout, either US or metric, it doesn’t make a difference (with my recipes anyway).
Great note, Phil! Thanks for chiming in! And yes, this recipe in particular is so flexible with the measurements that I think you’d be fine using either set of cups/spoons.
For Judi Sobol:
I’ve had to convert a lot of recipes from US to UK ingredients while visiting relatives in England. Passata is almost exactly the same as the tomato puree in the US. Watch out, though, as a lot of the passata comes with ‘Italian spices’ or ‘Italian seasoning’. You just want the plain, ‘house’ brand with tomatos and no extra seasonings. I’ve used ones from both Tesco and Sainsbury before.
Do you have any recipes for slow cooker chuck roast? I would appreciate as many as possible. Thanks :)
Thanks, Judi! I’ll add it to my “to do” list!
I’m reading this from England and wondering about the purée ingredient. Obviously we have that here but three cups is making me think it might mean something else. Normally I would add 1 or 2 tablespoons. Does it mean like a passata? Sorry to question but it looks so nice I don’t want to mess it up:)
Hi, Corinne! Our canned puree is basically tomatoes that have been blended up to make something with a similar consistency to gazpacho or tomato sauce. From what I understand, I think passata would make a good substitute. Try to find something that doesn’t have any added spices or seasonings. Enjoy!
Sounds like how I cook my chili in the slow cooker. Such an easy and simple way to make dinner for a couple of nights, although with a vacuum sealer, it is easy to make it in batches and freeze it for winter meals.
Exactly! So good and so easy. I hope you try this version!
Yummy! I love chicken chili, i would love for it to hurry up and get cold out. That way i wouldn’t sweat making it. Haha