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Very easy recipe to do. I first tried it with a wild goose breast that I had instead of chicken. If you like a wild game dinner soup...this is one to try. The second time I did this was right after Thanksgiving. I used leftover turkey. Wow!!!! it was great. Try this soup. My family is not a big soup eater but they will ask for this any day.
Very quick and easy to put together. Saut?ed chicken breasts (after a quick pulsing in the food processor) with garlic salt and pepper. Added minced garlic and liquid smoke during the simmer stage to enhance the smokey bacon flavor since I did not have enough bacon. Used Madeira wine in place of the sherry. The flavors together were truly wonderful!
This soup is delicious! Thanks for sharing.
Made this without sherry (and added a couple of carrots), and it was terrific! Thick, warm and comforting - a perfect soup for a cold winter's day. Thanks for a terrific recipe!
I made this without the sherry, and it still turned out delicious. Perfect cold-weather comfort food!
Very good. My whole family liked it. I didn't have dry sherry so I substituted cooking wine. The soup was very thick. Next time I will probably thin with milk to make it go further. We didn't have any left over to freeze. I will make again on a cool day.
Made it as written and it was very good. Doubled and froze the extra and it reheats well. Thanks for a great recipe!
Great soup! I served it with fresh baked bread and salad. I only got about 4 servings out of it though. The bacon really makes this soup...
This made an excellent, warming meal served with a green salad and crusty bread. I had leftover turkey from Thanksgiving and that was used in place of the chicken and as Chef Jean Louise, Mirin for the sherry.
This soup was really excellent. I added a pint of fresh, shelled black-eyed peas, because I needed to do something with them, and substituted mirin for the sherry, because that's all I had on hand. Otherwise, I prepared as written, and it turned out fabulously. I had the leftovers for lunch the next day, adding a little water just before microwaving, and it was just as good as the night before.