Chicken Tortilla Soup
Friends and family will enjoy chicken tortilla soup made from scratch. No one needs to know how easy it is to make these recipes for classic chicken tortilla soup and cheesy crockpot varieties full of Mexican flavors.See Popular Chicken Tortilla Soup Recipes
Using canned chicken, prepared salsa and flavorful chicken broth allows you to make this satisfying soup in just 20 minutes. Try it...it's zesty and delicious.
Ready-to-serve chicken noodle soup is easily transformed to tortilla soup with the addition of Ro*Tel Tomatoes, tortilla chips, and cheddar cheese.
This slow cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup is easy to make, simple to customize for your family, and makes for a perfect weeknight meal.
It's a Mexican classic recipe--tangy, tasty Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup--and it couldn't be easier to make. Forget secret sauces and recipes, which you thought might be known only to the folks at the restaurant on the corner, where you love to order this spicy Mexican soup, laden with chips and a punch of peppers. Not true, because this soup is as quick and easy to make as it is fun to eat.
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.
Stir up your own batch of chicken tortilla soup so you can handpick the Mexican ingredients you include, from avocado to green chiles.
For a creamy Mexican soup without a hint of cream or milk, puree vegetables, broth and corn tortillas before stirring in chicken and hominy.
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Every country has their chicken soup. In Mexico and the American Southwest, it's common to top the soup with crunchy strips of corn tortillas.
This quick and easy Mexican-inspired recipe combines chicken, tomatoes, beans, and lime juice into a savory soup.
With Cinco de Mayo just around the corner, you might be looking for a few good Mexican recipes. You might even be considering making them with your own tortillas. Either way, we can do that, with tortillas that lead to soup, a main course, and even dessert.
There's no need to measure lots of herbs or spices for this soup. They're already in the chicken broth and Mexican-style tomatoes.
A good-for-you soup full of chicken, veggies, zesty flavor, crunchy texture, and satisfaction.
Be sure the broth is very hot so that it heats up the ingredients in the bowl and offers a strong contrast with the cool, smooth chunks of avocado. The spice level is very low--just a slight chile warmth--so if you prefer more of a kick, add more chili powder or use a hotter powder. This recipe is easily doubled.