This is really good.
I have to admit - I was a little skeptical with so few ingredients - and time - that this would be a good tasty soup. But, it was! It was really yummy! I think that it was the red pepper flakes that put it over the top with flavor for me. I can never do things as quickly as Rachael, but I've learned to adjust. I did use a homemade chicken broth which I think added a nice full-flavored base. Thanks Lainey for a great, quick soup!
Im not so sure this took 15 minutes since it took a good while to measure everything out and chop lol. BUT it was very tasty. I used a bit mroe garlic for the toast since I am a garlic fiend! Great recipe for soup, and the parm. toast was excellent!
We really enjoyed this tasty and unusual soup. We made it exactly as written, and it was great. Thanks.
This tasted really good, although we did add a "capful" of dried basil instead of fresh. i only used one medium onion diced, and it was still too much. I say use half a medium/large onion if you're not a big onion person. Otherwise, it passed the husband test and I think we're going to add some pasta to it to tone down the onion. Instead, we added more chicken broth and cooked it a little longer. We didn't float the toast this time, and it kept the broth-onion ratio a little less gunky. Next time I will definitely use less onion!
This soup is so very good! I happily used all of the red pepper flakes and the basil (though I had to supplement with some dried basil because I didn't have enough fresh). I used two largish chicken breasts and that was plenty. I also added some celery and carrots that I needed to use up, so the cooking time was longer, but I just let it simmer till we were ready to eat. Delicious. Thanks, Lainey!
As Rachael would say: YUM-O! This is so quick and easy. I used a little less red pepper flakes and basil (just to my taste)and put the toast on the bottom and poured the soup over. What a treat! Made for 1st Annual Holiday Tag Game. Thanks for posting Lainey!