This soup is amazing will definitely make it again. Went with a little less seasonings bc i didn't have quite enough and it was still great. Also had no bay leafs so I used thyme about a tsp and left it in. Thanks for a GREAT recipe
I thought this was great and will make it again. I used bone-in chicken breasts that I roasted and then shredded, 6 corn tortillas, a drizzle of olive oil, heaping tbsp. of chopped garlic, large onion, 15 oz. can of petite diced tomatoes, 1.5 tbsp. of cumin, 2 tsp. of chili powder, and 32 oz. of chicken stock. I added 1/2 C. of black beans and a handful of frozen corn. It was yummy topped with chunks of avocado, sour cream, jack cheese, and fried tortilla strips. I had to pick the beans out of hubby's serving to get him to eat it.
We really enjoyed this recipe. It tastes like restaurant quality. I didn't have a crock pot, so simmered everything for an hour. Also, added black beans and corn along with all the other ingredients. The spice quantities seemed daunting so I scaled back just a bit. Delicious!
This soup made a very tasty, filling dinner for a cold rainy Tuesday night. I too added black beans and some chipolte powder for extra spice. Next time I would only use about 2 Tbls of oil - 6 was way too much for us! Thanks for posting!
I loved this soup! I added black beans and carrots and omitted cilantro because I didn't have any. This was delicious. Oh, I also used blue corn chips since I didn't have tortillas.
This soup is excellent! I halved the recipe; used tortilla chips instead; tomatoes with basil and balsamic vinegar; dried cilantro; a whole tablespoon of chili powder and leftover rotisserie chicken. I used too many chips making it thicker than it should have been. (At this point it was super good.) So I added two cups of water and about a half a jar of Pace salsa. It changed the flavor a bit, but it was just as excellent in a different way. Awesome, awesome recipe!! And fast! Thank you!
I have given this recipe out every time I have served it to guest!!!!!
really great flavor! the only thing i'd change next time around is to use bite-sized chunks of chicken instead of shreds - just a personal preference, since i don't care for the texture of most meat.
This was great, we doubled the recipe for a big family dinner. We also used flour tortillas because our family prefers them! I had to add extra oil to the frying tortillas.