Homemade Chicken Tortilla Soup
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
This soup is extraordinary! The very best I have ever tried!
I think this soup is delicious and different than my "typical" soup. I did make a few modifications based on what I had on hand: no jalapeno, chicken, or cilantro and I added one can of kidney beans, about one cup of cooked rice, and one cup of cooked ground beef. The lime juice gives a great zip to the soup.
EXCELLENT! So easy. You can even be a little fast and loose with the ingredients. It is a forgiving recipe that allows you to be creative. I added corn and carrots. My only regret is that I didn't double it. Family absolutely loved it.
I made a double-batch, as I always do on a first pass, otherwise following the recipe exactly. I'm glad I doubled! This is one of the tastiest soups I've ever made, and that's out of many, many soup recipes. Light and with a nice tang from the cilantro and lime. My wife agrees -- one of the best. I wouldn't change a thing, and I'll be making it again for sure.
This was so very easy to make and turned out FANTASTIC!!! My kids and I just loved, loved, LOVED it. Instead of rotisserie chicken, I just cooked chicken breasts and cut them up. I do not like jalapenos, so I did not use them. We garnished with shredded cheese and tortilla chips. I will definitely make this again. OH!! I made this AFTER work on a weeknight. Very easy!!
Tasty soup. Saut?ed onion and garlic on the stove top, then placed all ingredients in the slow cooker. Also added black beans as suggested by another reviewer. Will make again!
really easy and everyone loved it.
Thank you! This recipe is the best, cozy warm, a little spicy and very flavorfulit is now in my rotation, I have made it about 4 times (so far!)Can't thank you enough for this recipe!
This delicious soup was so easy and tasted like it took a lot more work than it did. I am going to double it next time and invite some friends over. I might try adding some corn and black beans next time, but it is great just like it is.
This one's a keeper! Made a few adjustments ~ I added more minced garlic and since I didn't have tomato sauce, I used tomato paste and some water. And I used 2 cans of petite diced tomatoes without the garlic and onion and substituted parsley for the cilantro. Because it's so easy to put together it's a great weeknight dinner. I paired it with some jalapeno cheddar muffins and we garnished the soup with sour cream, blue corn chips, shredded cheddar and jalapeno slices. Will definitely make again!