Looking for a signature chicken soup recipe? From chicken noodle to cream of chicken to chicken soup with rice, these easy recipes come together quickly, but the comforting flavors linger.
To turn this favorite soup into a main dish, add 2 cups of the cooked chicken and add it to the broth with the vegetables.
This nutritious take on traditional chicken noodle soup packs more staying power due to fiber-filled brown rice and chunks of sweet potato. Stir in dry or fresh dill, if you have it on hand.
Dress up leftover chicken by stirring it into this easy-to-prepare stew. Yellow squash and sweet pepper accompany plump tortellini and beet greens.
Serve a cup of this Mexican-style soup as a starter before your fajita, quesadilla or taco dinner, or serve a big bowl as a stand-alone meal with some sliced avocado and crushed tortilla chips on top.
Leftover chicken combine with wild rice, carrots, and mushrooms in this chunky soup that is a quick and easy meal.
Ladle this posole (poh-SOH-leh), a thick, heart main-dish soup of chicken, hominy, tomatoes, and herbs into large cups or bowls. Prepared in a slow cooker, it makes enough for a crowd or plenty for leftovers.
Canned soup and cooked chicken help you get this easy dinner on the table in just 20 minutes.
This soup is a household favorite because of an unexpected ingredient-apple! Not only does it add great flavor but it also adds additional fiber. Give this soup a try and I'm sure it will be a hit with the entire family, young and old.
With this garlic-seasoned chicken soup, you can make creative use of any extra pasta tucked away in your pantry. Break longer pasta into small pieces.
Blue cheese is the surprise flavor in this rich, cheesy, chicken soup.
Serve this easy main-dish soup at gatherings by using individual round sourdough bread loaves as soup bowls. Carefully slice off the tops, hollow out the centers (leaving a 1/2-inch-thick shell), and use the tops as whimsical covers.
Add to basic chicken broth, a variety of rotini or twisted spaghetti, chicken, and a mix of vegetables. Sprinkle the soup with Parmesan cheese. Get kids involved to make the recipe; the more variety, the more colorful and nutritious the soup.
If you're looking for an alternative for your usual tomato-based chili, try this slow cooked version with white beans, chicken broth, jalapeno pepper, and garlic.
In the time it would take you to find, open and microwave a can of soup, you can have this tasty and fresh Mexican medley on the table.