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June 29, 2012

Recipe for white chili with cornbread topping, from Just One Donna!

White chili, from Just One Donna!

Donna, a Rhode Island blogging friend, loves to tinker with recipes, and on Just One Donna! she shares a white chili with cornbread topping that is exactly the kind of lighter chili you want to eat in summer. I love the concept of "white" chili, with chicken instead of beef, and white beans instead of red. First you make the chili, then layer it into a casserole dish with a green chile-cilantro cornbread batter spread on top. The recipe calls for chili powder, which comes mild, medium or hot. You know which one I'd use.

Get the recipe for white chili with cornbread topping, from Just One Donna!

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Chicken tortilla soup, from Framed Cooks


Posted by: Kalyn | June 29, 2012 at 01:23 PM

Normally I would not eat cornbread but I might splurge for this casserole; sounds delish. You could cook it in a toaster oven so the house doesn't get hot.

Posted by: Lydia | June 29, 2012 at 03:35 PM

Kalyn, I think this would be a great dish for a game night party (we're very big into the European soccer championships around here!).

Posted by: Just One Donna | June 30, 2012 at 11:09 AM

Thanks, so much, Lydia, for highlighting this recipe. Your comment about it being great for a game night party is right on target. I think this is an excellent recipe to take to game gatherings and pot lucks. I like to share this one, because I find when I make it just for the family I eat too much!

Posted by: Lydia | June 30, 2012 at 11:46 AM

Donna, my pleasure. This chili will definitely be on the menu at my house this summer.

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