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Rice Cooker Recipe: Chicken Chili Recipe

Chicken Chili - KitchenabilityOne of my favorite fall/winter meals to make is this Chicken Chili recipe, which is super fast and easy to whip up. And, this was all cooked up in my rice cooker, so it’s an easy meal to prepare even in the smallest of kitchens or dorm rooms.

Cook up a big batch to share, or fill up a mug with the leftovers for quick grab-and-go meals all week long.

Also, did you know that October is National Chili Month? And the first week of October is specifically National Chili Week? Even more reason to get cookin’!


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Rice Cooker Chicken Chili
  • 1 lb ground chicken
  • 1 can black beans
  • 1 can kidney beans
  • 1 Tbsp chili powder
  • 1 Tbsp tomato paste
  • 1 cup tomato sauce (plain)
  • ½ packet of your choice of chili seasoning
  • 2 tsp dried oregano
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  1. Place raw ground chicken in rice cooker, turn it on and let it run until fully cooked.
  2. Once browned and fully cooked through, drain excess fat.
  3. Add beans, tomato sauce, tomato paste and stir.
  4. Then, add in all seasonings and let simmer for another full cycle on the rice cooker.
  5. Finally, eat the yummy chili!!!


Photo: Nisa Burns Cochran

6 thoughts on “Rice Cooker Recipe: Chicken Chili Recipe

  1. I do it not in rice cooker, I have a multicooker (Redmond 4500) it’s much better, faster and meal is gone on time. In Redmond that meal is perfect, really. Everything is perfect, my children loved it! Thank for recepie!

  2. When you say let the rice cooker run for a cycle, do you mean a white rice cycle? Because mine has a setting for white rice, Brown rice, and steam cook. How long do you leave the food in the rice cooker on warm until consuming?

  3. This was awesome. I did things a little bit differently though. I made it with veggie crumblers (ground veggie meat) I sautéed that with minced garlic onions and green peppers. Added adobo to it. When it was finished I mixed all ingredients in the rice cooker PLUS I added chopped cilantro and chopped tomatoes.

    Literally just finished making it. And it tastes amazing. Almost like my mothers recipe. love this. Will most definitely make again.

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