Creamy Chicken Rice Soup

"This very rich, flavorful soup is my time saving rendition of a soup I had while passing through Amish country in Lexington, Pennsylvania."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
10
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Saute chicken, potatoes, and celery until potatoes become translucent.
  • Sprinkle soup mix and toss until everything is coated.
  • Add frozen vegetables, mushroom soup, broth and rice mix, including seasoning packet.
  • Simmer over medium low heat until rice is tender.
  • Add cream or half and half and heat through.
  • Do not allow to boil.

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Reviews

  1. JEN1WIL
    I made this soup on a chilly night and it was delicious!! It was creamy and full of veggies and the flavor was perfect. The kids even ate it peas and all! I will definitely be making this again.
     
  2. True Texas
    Wonderful flavorful soup. Very rich and makes a huge pot. We will be having this several night. I looked at 3 stores for Lipton soup mix and had to settle for Colonial Kitchen Vegetable soup mix from Albertsons and Rice-A-Roni Herb and Butter rice mix, which did not seem to matter. It was wonderful.
     
  3. PrimQuilter
    I made this for PAC fall 2007 and I'm so glad I did ! This was a great soup/chowder with a lot of flavors going on. I also liked the addition of potatoes. Only change I would make for our family is to not use frozen veg, but fresh. Thanks Abi for a keeper !
     
  4. RecipeNut
    This was a great soup! I love creamy soups. I like the idea of potatoes in this soup it was sort of like a chowder. Very delicious! Keeper in this house. This with just a salad and homemade Italian bread, wonderful! Thanks Abi Grant ; )
     
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I love to try new foods and am often surprised to find how good those weird combinations and unconventional ingredients taste. My little girls (under 4)do not have coddled pallats and love everything from spicy thai food to spinach salad. I hope they are always open to something new, too.
 
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