5 Reviews

This has become one of our favorite Rachel recipes. The only thing I add is some chicken. If I have time I roast it or poach it myself. If not, in true Rachel style, I let the grocery store do it for me and just buy a roasted chicken which I shred into the stoup. Delicious!

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jatharp March 12, 2009

Tasty soup with a nice flavor. I added some black beans and corn to make it a little heartier - like our favorite black bean salsa. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews January 08, 2009

We thought this was ok, it was good as a dip, but we didn't really enjoy eating it as a soup. It did go really well as a dip to the quesadillas recipe that goes with this one in Rach's cookbook though!

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Soup Lady November 09, 2008

We made this out of RR's cookbook tonight and it was very, very good. I made the soup as directed except used a mixture of rotel and diced tomatoes instead of the stewed tomatoes. This was perfect for a light dinner and would be equally as good if it were to be pureed with a hand blender.

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ShanH October 14, 2007

I saw this on 30 Min Meals and was so pleased to see you had posted the recipe. I substituted Rotel tomatoes for the stewed tomatoes and jalapeno peppers because I had Rotel on hand. Next time I think I will add ground beef or stew meat. This was really easy and great tasting. My name is R. Lynn and I am from central AL too! Thanks for posting. This is a keeper that I will make again and again.

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Smilynn August 21, 2006
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