Instant Pot Chicken Chili No Beans
I absolutely love chili especially Instant pot Chili, however, I hate the beans. This was my first go at Instant Pot Chicken Chili and it turned out great. You basically dump and cook this recipe and within a short cook time, you are ready to fill your dinner bowls with delectable soup. It is painless and hearty, and only has 3 net carbs per serving. This is the perfect soup to serve up if you are on a low carb diet trying to watch your intake. I recently started a low carb diet, and this soup was a blessing.
Many people get fired up to start a diet and then day two or three they fall off the wagon. Now I am not judging as I have been guilty of this in the past, and I figured out my issue with dieting. I struggled so much with finding lunches and dinners that fit into my diet plan but were appealing to me. I don’t want to eat the same three things over and over again that has no flavor.
That is where I gained the inspiration to make this Instant Pot white chicken chili. It fit into the carb intake and offered rich and creamy flavors that actually were pleasing to my palate. I topped it with some avocado, to up the protein a little bit, and it was amazing. The kids even ate it, which was a huge win for me. Then I used the leftovers to meal prep for a few days for me.
A Perfect Instant Pot Frozen Chicken Recipe
It made sticking to this lower carb diet a lot easier, and I can even freeze this soup and reheat for later too. This is a great instant pot frozen chicken recipe, that you can add to your list. I didn’t have any thawed chicken handy, so I used frozen chicken and it cooked to perfection in the Instant Pot in no time. It was tender and juicy and shredded perfectly for little bites of chicken in each a bite of this instant pot white chicken chili.
You can also grab other toppings to let your family add what they want for added flavor. A dollop of sour cream, a splash of hot sauce, oyster crackers for dipping, and each member of the family can customize the soup so that they enjoy every drop of it.
I loved being able to create this chicken chili with no beans to fit my diet needs. So often I see chili recipes that use beans, and I finally brainstormed, why not get in the kitchen and make a chili that fits what I want. Instead of taking time searching, just play around and see what comes out of it. To my surpise, a new favorite chili recipe came out of it. I have been making this chili for a while now and so glad I took the time to try, because the flavors are perfect, and I am happy with the creamy texture, it makes for a comforting bowl of chili.
Instant Pot Chili
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Useful Tools For This Recipe:
Shredder Claws are a huge help for getting your chicken shredded in seconds. Just cook your chicken and then use the claws to help pull apart the meat. It shreds the chicken beautifully. You can use this on other cuts of meat like pork or beef as well for the same shredding results.
A perfect soup for any time of year. I especially love eating this on cold winter days, or chilly spring days where it is raining outside. Grab yourself a bowl of this chicken chili and curl up on your couch with a warm fuzzy blanket, and just enjoy your day at home watching Netflix or binging your latest DVR’s.
Recipe edited to remove some of the liquid
- 1 1/2 pounds frozen chicken breast
- 8 ounces cream cheese
- 1/2 teaspoon cumin
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 20 ounces chicken broth
- 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 10 oz diced tomatoes with green chilies
- 4.5 oz Old El Paso™ Green Chiles
- Shredded Mexican cheese optional, for garnish
- Avocado optional, for garnish
- Sour cream optional, for garnish
- Place chicken, frozen into the pressure cooker.
- Add all other ingredients except anything that is for garnish, adding cream cheese last.
- Cook at high pressure for 15 minutes then NPR 15 minutes and QR any additional pressure.
- Remove lid and carefully remove chicken and shred then stir all ingredients together.
- Serve with any of the above garnishes or any of your favorites.
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