This is EPIC, I made this last Thursday, had jars ready to go..got a call that my family was coming for a 4 day weekend so it never made the first jar..They loved it..served it with fresh lime pico de gallo..and tortillas..made a geat crowd pleaser dinner with not a drop left.I did use black beans as opposed to kidney beans and used an extra can of rotel,one hot one medium..very snappy..I hope the next round makes it into jars!! Bring on the canning recipes!!
Thanks, this soup is the bomb! I substituted chili beans with the sauce and it gave the soup a fabulous flavor. My canned jars are beautiful. Thank you again!
I am canning this at this moment. I doubled everything and got 7 full wide mouth QT and 7 full wide mouth PT. It smells so great the kids can't wait to try it!!!
Made it with rinsed black beans instead. Yum!
wonderful for canning, I added more veg but this was great :)
I made this recipe and it was fabulous. I used black beans in place of the kidney beans. I am looking for more fantastic soups to can.
Oh WOW! I canned this soup last night, and it's yummy, yummy. I got 7 quarts out of the recipe. I had just split a chicken breast order from https://www.zayconfoods.com/ and was looking for something different to do with some of the 20 lbs of chicken I have. This is definitely different, and delicious. Thanks for posting this recipe.
WONDERFUL! I highly recommend that you double this recipe when you make it. Usually I make a recipe the first time by the exact directions and then the next time I make my adjustments. There are no adjustments need here. Easy and healthy in one can. Thanks so much for sharing this with us.
Easy, tasty and very cost efficient! I used stock that I had frozen from last year's Thanksgiving turkey. The measurements even make it a "clean the fridge" kind of recipe. Mine came out to 6 quarts exactly. Thanks for posting!
Thank you for this recipe! Love it! I used turkey instead of chicken. Made a big pot of stock from a turkey carcass and then used it as the base for this soup. I made mine a bit more chunky (extra cans of beans) and a bit spicier (extra can of RoTel, red pepper flakes) and my husband LOVED it. Doubled the recipe. Processing one batch tonight. Will bring back to a boil and process the second batch tomorrow. I'm always looking for new pressure canning recipes and this one is unique. Plus it enabled me to use up a turkey carcass! Win in!