This soup is so delicious. I followed everything to a T and then I cooked 2 chicken breast in my pressure cooker then shredded it and added to the soup! Thank you for posting this delicious recipe!
I added in two thinly sliced corn toritillos to the broth. They break down in the soup and lend a great flavor. I don't use the crushed chip when eating it. Great recipe!
this was really really good. I only used on tbsp of flour and it was perfect. thanks so much for posting.
This is so good! Filling and very flavorful. Next time I may add red beans or black beans for a protien boost.
Very good tasting soup! I added diced chicken breast but left out the sour cream. I added some red pepper flakes and a few diced jalapenos because we like spicy foods.
Fantastic soup! I find the best way of sticking to a diet like WW is to fill up on lovely homemade soups and this is brilliant with all the punchy flavours, you don't miss the fat! Thank you!
Decided to give WW another try and as I love so many of their soup recipes - decided to give this one a try... and we LOVED it!!! First time using fresh cilantro - and LOVED it!!! And salsa in the soup... LOVED it!! Didn't add any flour or sour cream - LOVED it as is! Thanks Janet! :)
Very tasty. I added the juice of half a lime and doubled the spices for some extra zip. I'll be making this again.
This soup is really good, and I'm not one for soups that don't have meat in them. I had to leave out a can of tomatoes because there wasn't room in my three quart saucepan for them. I used some red peppers up that I'd roasted the night before in place of the regular, and also used my own homemade chicken broth. I also didn't use any of the flour. This is excellent sup and no guilt!
DELICIOUS!!! I accidently opened a can of tomato sauce so I used 1 can of that plus one can of chopped tomatoes. It was delicious!! I did add one can of black beans as some other reviewers suggested. This will definitely be on our menu often! We LOVE Gazpacho and we all thought it tasted like a hot Gazpacho.... Mmmmmm. I also did put everything in my crockpot and let it cook for several hours (around 5) because I needed it to be ready when we got home and needed to eat quickly before kids evening activities began. It was GREAT!!