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Unread 11-07-2013, 07:53 AM   #1
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Default Fire Roasted Four Pepper White Bean Chili W/Chicken..Pron included

Hey all, hope you're all havin' a great week.
Been working on a white bean chili recipe, and this one turned out real good, suited the rainy weather just fine.

Here are the players.......

Started by spatchcocking the bird and seasoned it all up with Tasty Licks Savory Poultry and Oakridge HDD and got that on the kettle with some apple wood for smoke.
Before I buttoned up the kettle though, I fire roasted my peppers. For this cook I used Pasilla, Red Chili, Anaheim and Jalapeno peppers.




Set the peppers aside in a covered bowl to sweat awhile, closed up the kettle, and had this about an hour and 15 minutes later,

I took 1/2 the chicken and tossed that into some water to make the broth for the chili, kept the other half to munch on later......

I let this simmer for a couple hours. In the mean time I peeled, cleaned and chopped the peppers and chopped the onions.....


Wound up with this to work with...........

Saute`d up the onions, peppers and some chopped garlic......


Tossed in the broth and beans, added the fiesta spices, covered and let that simmer for a few hours til the beans were tender and then thickened it up with a little Masa corn flour to get this.........

Cleaned and pulled the chicken and tossed that in.......

Mixed it all up, adjusted the seasoning and then....


Dished it up topped with some sharp cheddar, pepperjack cheese and some chives. Served with a little corn bread and salad. It was absolutely wonderful.

This had just he right heat for me, and the broth from the smoked chicken really added to the flavor, even the wife loved it, and she's not necessarily a big chili fan. In any case, hope I didn't bore anyone with all the pics.....

Thanks for looking,

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That is a great looking meal.
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Looks and sounds delicious!
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that looks pretty tasty! I do mine with some chorizo, and a bunch of cilantro (stems early in the cook, and leaves right near the end)
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Looks great from here..
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Excellent! Thanks for posting the details!

I' making brisket chili for dinner tonight.
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Chili Blanco? Ay! Si! Una ponchera por mi, por favor.
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Great job and thanks for posing the details - now I am fired up to make some chili!
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Looks awesome... chicken looks perfect

And nothing beats a smoked chicken/turkey stock... I take the carcass and make a stock every time I smoke a bird and then I awlays have stock on hand for soups, stews, and chili
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That looks awesome!
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That's what I'm talking about right there.
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As Guy would say you knocked that outta the park! Very nice work looks fantastic.
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Great job! We eat a lot of white chili. I know how were going to make it next time...
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That looks farking AMAZING!! Could you post the recipe of how much of what you used? I would love to give that whirl this winter.
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