I love this soup!!!! My fiance is a very picky eater, I made it for him because he was sick with a cold and he loved it too. I omitted the peas, not fond of them, and didn't have corn at hand, but it was still delicious. This will definitely be the new way to make chicken soup in our home!
THANK YOU sooo much for an amazing soup!!! This is my new comfort food! I followed the recipe to a T, the only thing I did different was reduce the oil to 1/3 cup( glad I did b/c it was perfect). My mother had some( who is an amazing cook) and she asked for the recipe! Once again...THANKS! :)
I made this as per the recipe, using less olive oil, but left out the cilantro & peas (dislike both) & added carrot & green beans. Unable to get serrano chilis here, so used a jalapeno. This was a lovely meal, but I think I needed to add something to make up for the cilantro. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Made for ZWT4
This was really easy and good! We cheated a bit and didn't do the olive oil step. We just threw it all in the crockpot (except for the rice and potatoes). We added the potatoes a couple of hours before it was to be done and cut up the chicken then into bite sized pieces. We did the rice in the rice cooker and served it over it. I'm just not into the mushy cooked in the dish rice, but this turned out GREAT and saved the fat from the oil. Even the kids liked it!
Very tasty! Tastewise ,it's like an arroz caldo but with the consistency of a pilaf/paella. Despite hastily making this, cutting out the last boiling time in more than a half by zipping before hand the potatoes in the microwave, and adding the rice with already boiled water before mixing it with the rest of the ingredients, it still didn't have much liquid left. Not that I'm complaining since I prefer it this way, but I guess if this is supposed to be a soup, more liquid should have been added than stated. Still, I enjoyed it. Thank you! Made for WZT4.