What I substituted: -corn for peas (since I discovered I didn't have any peas) -filini for spaghetti (because I had some and it saved me the trouble of breaking up the spaghetti) -fresh garlic for powder (because fresh is pretty much always better). What I omitted: -savory (because I didn't have any) -onion (because I don't much care for onion in soup). What I added: -hot sauce (for a little kick). Next time, I think I will also cut back a little on the pasta and up the chicken quantity. Basically, though, it was a nice easy and quick soup that was pretty tasty, and the grated carrot added an interesting texture.
This soup caught my eye because of the low calories. I made the adjustment so that the pasta (I used Capellini) was included and it comes to 146 calories and 1.6 Fat grams or 2.6 Weight Watchers Points per serving. Unfortunately the soup also lacked flavor and I found myself adding spices and hot pepper to boost the flavor. I used flavorful grilled chicken and followed the amounts indicated. This is a perfect soup for children as I think they would really enjoy the subtle flavors. Good Luck Chef!!!!
I am so proud of you peanut! You created this great soup all by yourself and it is delicious! I am glad that you like cooking and I enjoy tasting what you make. I love you! :)
This was Soooooo good! I used low-sodium broth, but since I am a salt lover - ended up adding sea salt later on before eating. The flavor was great and we couldn't even taste the lemon. I did not have savory on hand but it still ended up delish! Thanks for using your creative genuises for this one! Made for RSC#10.
The flavor of this was nice, there just wasn't much of it. It's definately missing some seasoning. I left it in the fridge overnight and it got a little better. I added salt and it was better, but still not spectacular. Sorry, I don't like to rate low but I have to be honest. Thank you.
I loved the blend of lemon and chicken flavor in this soup. The subtle herb taste worked perfectly as well. The ratios of peas to noodles and chicken were just how I like them; the only thing I'd change would be to cook the onions and carrots a little longer and add more lemon juice (you can never have too much lemon!)