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    39 Reviews |  By dale!

    This is Top Secret Recipes version of The Soup Nazi's Mexican Chicken Chili. The secret to this soup seems to be the long simmering time. If you like, you can substitute turkey breast for the chicken to make turkey chili.

    Recipe #24441

    I have shared this award-winning recipe with many die-hard chili fanatics over the past 15 years, and thought I should post it since it is so popular. I adapted it from a Cooking Light recipe from 1991. I serve this with grated cheddar cheese, sour cream, and Keebler Townhouse Bistro Cornbread crackers.

    Recipe #168346

    This soup has lots of veggies and is low in fat but very tasty. I got this recipe from Top Secret Recipes website. Yum! From www.TopSecretRecipes.com

    Recipe #158386

    We started out using a recipe my mom had for Cheeseburger Soup (I think it was from Taste of Home magazine), but the only thing that really remains is the beef and Velveeta. Also, we use the smallest cans of Rotel and enchilada sauce available...I'm not sure waht the actual ounces are on those cans. I usually make the beef and chop the onion the day before so I can make it quickly in the evening. It also helps to chop the potatoes and leave them in a pot of water so they don't brown. I drain the water off and pour them in the soup when the recipe calls for it.

    Recipe #276130

    5 Reviews |  By poo235

    From the About.com Home Cooking blog: " This soup can also be made with the chopped white part of 5 or 6 large leeks instead of onions. Additional garnishes you can use instead of bacon are chopped prawns or a small dice of lobster."

    Recipe #229885

    Featured on Giada De Laurentiis' FoodTV show, "Everyday Italian." Simple, easy, delicious, and soothing!

    Recipe #111942

    Customizable, yet simple. Everyone I've served this to has loved it; it's easy, unique, and cheap company fare. My version is low-fat and free of wheat and gluten. I cannot tolerate spicy food at all, so if you want it hot, add more cumin and some chili powder. If desired, add sauteed, chopped onions or bell peppers. You can grate any desired cheese on top if you want.

    Recipe #277328

    I rounded up some recipes today to use my various truffle oils with. I haven't tried this one yet. Bacon gives this soup added oomph and truffle oil makes it special. Can be made 1 day ahead. Cool slightly; cover and chill. Rewarm before continuing.

    Recipe #211137

    This recipe originally came from a book that's now lost somewhere... I've made a few adjustments for my personal taste. I don't usually like bell peppers all that much, but love this recipe -- hearty, quite healthy, and works wonderfully all year 'round! Find a local farmers' market for the freshest (and cheapest) bell peppers!

    Recipe #66538

    If you have enjoyed the "ZUPPA TOSCANA" at the Olive Garden, then you will love this Copy Cat recipe. If you have not had it, then you need to try it. :-)

    Recipe #142841

    This is a delicious soup that I got directly from Olive Garden's web site.

    Recipe #246209

    I guarantee you'll love this chili!! It is soooo easy to make. Sounds a little odd, but even my kids love it. Full bodied and not too spicy. I've always made chili from scratch, but we liked this one so well, I wrote it down.

    Recipe #56839

    14 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A good copycat recipe I use in place of Campbell's broccoli and cheddar for my soup freak! Serve with Salad, hot bread or crackers.

    Recipe #17510

    21 Reviews |  By Dib's

    You might have guessed this is a copycat recipe and it rocks if you like Bean and Bacon Soup. Serve with cornbread and honey or sleeves of saltine crackers. Prep time includes bean soaking time.

    Recipe #17515

    A copycat recipe of the wonderful cheesy onion soup at Outback; found online. Stores in fridge for up to 2-3 days but does not freeze well.

    Recipe #96573

    13 Reviews |  By KPD

    Love, love, love this recipe! It's done in less than 20 minutes and is so flavorful and creamy. Perfect with a salad and garlic bread or a grilled cheese! I have made my own alterations/additions to this recipe. Here's a tip on the sage: sometimes I'll use dried sage instead of the fresh sage leaf and in that case I start with about a teaspoon and add more to taste if need be. Also, I use my immersion blender and puree the soup right in the pot rather than using a regular blender...Giada just uses a regular blender, either way works fine! Enjoy!

    Recipe #247402

    6 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    The dry white wine is a wonderful addition, and may be ommitted if you like. From Copykat.com (http://www.copykat.com)

    Recipe #59618

    Don't get me wrong...I love Paula Deen! I just took her original recipe and made it my own. My brother and SIL love this over rice. PLEASE NOTE: You will need a 6-quart crockpot to make this recipe as posted. It makes a lot of soup but it freezes very well.

    Recipe #199366

    This is a copycat version of the soup from the Olive Garden.

    Recipe #481

    A simple mish mash of different things make a pretty darn good and hearty chili. Hot, but not too hot.

    Recipe #155306

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