Mexican Chicken Soup
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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.
Need a healthy, low-fat dinner? Make this slightly spicy chicken soup. It cooks up in half an hour!
A few slices of creamy avocado act as a cooling counterpoint to the spice in this Tex-Mex soup. Don't forget to serve with a basket of chips and salsa!
Anaheims and poblanos add a lively beat to shredded chicken and fresh corn in an aromatic broth.
A topping of crushed tortilla chips adds crunch to this delicious 30-minute spicy chicken soup recipe.
Fajita-seasoned chicken strips are cooked with cilantro, garlic and veggies then blended with fat free cream cheese and broth for a savory soup.
Hominy -- large white or yellow corn kernels from which the hull and germ have been removed -- is the key ingredient in this Mexican-style soup. To make it super simple, use a deli rotisserie chicken for the meat called for in the recipe.
Tomatillos (the key ingredient in green salsa) look like green tomatoes with papery husks. Although they can be eaten raw, we like to cook tomatillos with other ingredients to mellow and balance their tart flavor.
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.
For a savory weeknight soup recipe, try this combination of black beans, chicken, hominy, and salsa. Better yet, it's ready in under 30 minutes.
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.