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This was good but for us it had too much thyme in it. Next time I would cut the thyme in half. I also added some cheddar to the soup to add more thickness and flavor.
This is a good soup that (in my opinion) needs to be just a bit richer. I added about 1 1/2 tbsp of butter and a 1/2 cup of sharp cheddar to get it how I liked it. The whole family really enjoyed it, and I'll definitely be making it again with those substitutions. It's a great way to use up leftovers. Thanks!
This soup is wonderful. It freezes beautifully (left out the milk until serving day). My children even asked for seconds. Very flavorful!
I prepared this soup differently, but it was still wonderful! I was a bit pushed for time, so I brought the broth & water to the boil, added frozen chicken tenderloins, and simmered, together with the seasonings & vegetables, until the chicken was tender. I then removed the chicken, and when it had cooled slightly, I shredded it and placed it back in the pot. I skipped step 2 altogether, but did add about a tablespoon of olive oil to the soup, as well as a culinary thickener. I then added the milk and rice, and simmered until the vegetables & rice were tender. We all enjoyed this soup, and I will definitely be making it again. Thanks!
Sooooo, easy! The pan was licked clean..haha. The thyme is wonder ful in here!
This is a must try. In the spirit of frugality, I used leftover turkey for chicken and one can of corn (drained) for the rice. The texture and taste were wonderful. I'm looking forward to trying it with chicken and rice next.
Easy and delicious! All my picky eaters ate two bowls. I added a bit too much thyme so I was surprised the entire pot was wiped clean. This was great on a rainy day with some fresh bread, or if you're like me Pillsbury French loaf is quick and easy side. Thanks so much for posting. I will be making this again.