Thank you, Food Republic, for always having gorgeous food photos that inspire me… and make me very hungry. On top of that, you’ve provided a rare treat! Your Tennessee White Chili recipe is totally low-amine, with the only tweak for us low-amine dieters being a change in cheeses from Jack to Mozzarella or Feta cheese.
Tennessee White Chili
Here are the ingredients, and the amines in the ingredients. I will leave the published recipe for Tennessee White Chili for you to discover on Food Republic
Serves 61 Tbsp canola oil1 C onion, chopped1 tsp garlic, minced1 1/2 lbs cooked chicken breast, cut into small cubes3 15-ounce cans Great Northern or cannellini beans (for lower amine, use dried and cooked beans)2 Tbsp cilantro, chopped2 tsp ground cumin1/4 tsp salt1/4 tsp cayenne pepperchicken broth, to desired consistencyshredded
monterey jack Mozzarella or Feta, to garnishAMINE BREAKDOWN:Very Low Amine: onion, garlic, beans, cilantro, cumin, saltLow Amine: skinless chicken breast, canola oil, chicken broth, Mozzarella or Feta cheeseVery High Amine: cayenne pepper47.606209 -122.332071Published in:
on February 6, 2012 at 8:32 am Comments (2)
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