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Chicken Spinach Soup

Who knew that chicken and spinach worked so well together?

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  • Shred chicken.
  • Toss with cornstarch.
  • Tear spinach into bite-size pieces.
  • Bring broth and ginger to a boil and stir in chicken.
  • Stir in spinach and salt, bring to boil, reduce heat, and simmer 2 minutes.
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  1. Diane R
    I used homemade stock that was infused with thyme, bay leaf, garlic and onion. We still added salt and curry powder to our bowls as we felt this was missing "something". I added a 7oz. pkg. of tortellini and extra stock like another reviewer... good thing too or my dd wouldn't have eaten anything! She's not generally picky but really didn't care for the flavor of this soup. I on the other hand though it was good with the additions. We averaged her 2 star rating with my 4 stars to come up with 3.
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  2. The_Swedish_Chef
    We were too tired to make our baked chicken and steamed spinach dinner one night, so I had to make something FAST with the food in question. I thought 'soup' would be the answer; did a search HERE and came across this recipe. It seemed too simple to be of consequence, but I followed the recipe EXACTLY and what a delight! A very simple, uncomplicated recipe; deliciously sublime. After making this soup many times since then, the only addition we've done is to bump up the fresh ginger slices AND toss in a small jalapeno pepper, cut into circles. This soup is as easy and fast to make as Ramen noodles...only 10 times better!
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  3. meedeeter
    This was really good. The ginger gave it a taste of Thai food, so we ate it with rice. I also added two more cups of chicken broth because I like my soup to be watery.
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  4. Ladydaungerous
    This was a very good soup. I was at first uncertain about the amount of salt -- a whole teaspoon -- especially because I wasn't using low-sodium chicken broth. It turned out just right.
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  5. carolkrick
    This soup is a great combination of flavors and is quite delicious.
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