- 2 pounds boneless skinless chicken thighs (about 8)
- 12 ounces tomatillos (about 7 husked and quartered)
- 8 ounces poblano peppers (about 3 stemmed, seeded, and chopped)
- 4 ounces jalapeño peppers (about 2 stemmed, seeded, and chopped)
- 4 ounces onions (about 1/2 chopped)
- 1/4 cup water
- 5 cloves garlic
- 2 teaspoons ground cumin
- 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
- 1/4 ounce cilantro leaves (chopped, about 1/3 cup packed, plus more for garnish)
- 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice (about 1 lime)
|Calories340Calories from Fat70|
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|Calories from Fat70|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Carey Berke 19 days ago
I made this recipe as is! Amazing! I never need to spend money at a restaurant again. Flavor was delicious, chicken was tender. This is going to be my new favorite recipe.
Jobe Kaufman 25 days ago
First time trying it was a success, everyone talked raved about it for days. It’ll definitely make a reappearance soon!
Caroline Kovacs a month ago
Made it exactly as written and then paired it with rice. One of the better instant pot meals I've made. Would go extremely well in a burrito/ enchilada
Kerry Vincent a month ago
Great for sure . Easy as can be and just a lovely consistency to it can be used for multiple uses
Tori Richeson 2 months ago
Great dish! I did add a little bit extra lime juice and extra jalapeños because my husband likes it spicy, but even without the extra kick, the flavor was great!!! Someone in the comments suggested tossing the chicken in a pan with some simple seasonings before returning to the instant pot, and that was brilliant! I also used my immersion blender to shred some (like 1/3) of the cooked chicken just to make the chili feel a little thicker. Love this recipe, will totally make again.
Salem Kolin 2 months ago
This recipe is great as is, but also works fine if you skip the chicken and have as a dip hot or cold.
Nichole 3 months ago
Wonderful easy recipe it’s more like a soup but was a wonderfully easy dish that’s not too spicy and packs a lot of flavor
Tina Killin 5 months ago
Loved this soup! Easy to make and tasted amazing.
Kara Thies 5 months ago
This is AMAZING. It single-handedly made the Instant Pot worth it. Definitely one of the best meals in our dinner rotation.
Alisa 5 months ago
Delicious with lots of flavor. We like it spicy, so next time I’ll use jalapeño seeds
Anne C. 5 months ago
This was awesome! So flavorful! Definitely making again!
Jenn Carr 5 months ago
Used this recipe with chicken and pork... both turned out amazing!
Chad 5 months ago
So good! Will make again!
Hello 5 months ago
I don’t have a blender, so I diced all the ingredients and did my best to mash it up with a wooden spoon, and it turned out great. I added another teaspoon of salt and sprinkled a small amount of Mexican blend cheese to make it a little creamier
Nathan McBride 5 months ago
very flavorful! my kids didn't care for it but my wife and it loved it
Kathy 6 months ago
Easy and delicious!!
Duong V. 7 months ago
The whole family loved. Turned out excellent. Needed a little more salt. Will make again.
Laura 7 months ago
Wonderful! Full of flavor!
chrissy 7 months ago
awesome!!! will definitely be making again! I added a couple extra hatch chilis because I had them. this is definitely a recipe to double or triple as i didn't think it made quite enough. Also, i used chicken broth instead of water.
Emily McBride 7 months ago
It was easy to make, however, there was a bizarre underlying smell to it that also appeared in the taste. Salt neutralized this unappetizing flavor and the dish was a success. We put it over rice. It was delicious. We also used chicken breast, which turned out well.
Godwin 7 months ago
It uses dark meat. Change the meat to chicken breasts and you will lower the calorie count and fat content.