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This was good and full of flavor. I followed the recipe other then I didn't have celery. I ended up adding an extra cup of rice as there was too much broth for us. With the extra cup, it was better for us.
This is THE go-to soup for feeding during cold and flu season. It's tasty, and as the name states - Soothing. My son and I love this recipe and I make it regularly. It is also a good food to have when trying to diet. I only put in 3/4 cup rice though, because we like more broth. I have even gifted this soup at the holidays. People love it!
3 out of 3 say 5 stars here!!!! YAY! With my picky crew, that's perfect! I used quick cooking barley instead of rice and added some peas and carrots to it as well. My son hates celery, but didn't even mention it in this soup! Thank you SOOOO much! I made this again with leftover turkey from a 20lb bird and it is every bit as good as the first time. You could put this receipe as a good soup for leftover Thanksgiving turkey. I also skimmed the fat off of the turkey drippings and used that for a broth.
Delicious! I took the advice of Kim1, as I had chicken thighs to use as well. I couldn't believe I was actually out of Cream of 'Shroom, so subbed in w/ Cream of Chix. I'll definitely make this again and again. Thanks for posting!
Delicious soup and I was impressed with how easy it was to make. Makes a lot but I froze the left-overs. Great flavor and I served it with homemade bread and a side salad. Thanks, will make this one again.
Wow 5 Stars allt he way. I made this today. What I did was take a large can of chicken brooth added 2 more cans of water then I added 6 uncooked chicken thights. I cooked them on a slow simmer for 30 minutes. While they were cooking I added the salt,Pepper,Poultry Seasoning. After the 30 minutes of cooking I turned off the soup. Removed the chicken and let it cool so I could debone it. I then added the chicken,calery,carrots,canned soup,onion soup mix,.Simmer it a little while longer.