#FoodieFriday – White Winter Chili

Temperatures across the country are dropping and here in Wisconsin the hats and mittens are coming out.  One way to warm up this winter is with a steamy bowl of chili.  This week’s #FoodieFriday recipe is a White Winter Chili, made with chicken and cannellini beans.  This recipe takes about 5 minutes to make, which leaves you with plenty of time to drink wine and enjoy your evening!  It is an easy, hearty, and healthy recipe perfect for a winter night!


3 Lbs. Chicken Breasts
32 Oz. Chicken Stock
12 Oz. Tomatillo Verde Salsa
2 Cans of Cannellini Beans (rinsed)
12 Oz bag of Frozen Corn
1 tsp each Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Ground Pepper


1 Jalapeno Sliced Thin
Sour Cream
Chipotle Seasoning
Jalapeno Wine


  1.  Put all the ingredients in to a crockpot in order.  Place the crockpot on either High for 4-6 Hours or Low for 6-8 Hours.
  2. After cooking for time above.  Take the chicken breasts out of the pot and place them on a plate.  Shred them into bite size pieces with a fork and knife.


  1. Put the chicken back into the pot and stir everything together.  Keep on warm until ready to serve.
  2. Ladle chili into serving bowl and top with desired toppings.  Add a dash of Jalapeno wine to your individual bowl if you want to spice it up!
  3. It’s that easy, Enjoy!


*Served with Jalapeno Popper Wontons on the side!*

Wines that will pair well with this recipe:

A semi-sweet to sweet white wine.  This will contrast the spice and saltiness of the recipe nicely!  Timber Hill Winery recommended wines: Widow’s Weekend, Seyval Blanc, and Muscat!

If you have a recipe you would like to share with us for #FoodieFriday please email us your recipe at info@timberhillwinery.flywheelsites.com

Thank you!