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Hearty Tomato Soup With Chicken and Pasta

Comforting any time of year. This soup has a delicious flavor that appeals to adults and kids alike. In the summer, I use my garden tomatoes to make the tomato puree for this soup, which really brings out the flavors. The combination of the dried and fresh herbs is the most flavorful, but all dried herbs could be used if fresh herbs are not available. Great for a meal with sandwiches or a cobb salad.

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  • In a large stock pot, combine the chicken broth, tomato puree, garlic powder, dried oregano, dried basil, salt, pepper, and Tabasco sauce (go easy on the Tabasco to start - you can always add more later). Bring to a simmer on medium heat, stirring occasionally. Simmer for ten minutes.
  • Stir in the fresh basil, fresh oregano, and chicken. Continue simmering for another five minutes.
  • Turn the heat up to medium-high to bring the soup to a boil. Add the soup pasta and cook according to package directions.
  • Remove from heat, and serve with grated parmesan cheese and/or garlic-flavored croutons.
  • Refrigerate or freeze any leftovers.
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"Comforting any time of year. This soup has a delicious flavor that appeals to adults and kids alike. In the summer, I use my garden tomatoes to make the tomato puree for this soup, which really brings out the flavors. The combination of the dried and fresh herbs is the most flavorful, but all dried herbs could be used if fresh herbs are not available. Great for a meal with sandwiches or a cobb salad."
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  1. bethpatch
    This was terrific. I was looking for a soup recipe to be able to use leftover chicken that I had taken off the bones of a cooked chicken. I substituted a 6 oz. can of tomato paste for the tomato puree and used pasta seashells. I also left out the tabasco and added my leftover mixed vegetables (1 1/2 cup) to the soup. It made a delicious chicken vegetable soup.
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  2. Vostimo
    This was an AMAZING dish. My family had it, though we didn't use the tabasco either, and we added some spinach and beans. This is a recipe that we MUST try again!
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  3. luckymeoh
    I like the recipe just wont use the tobasco.
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  4. Sanzibar -
    Comforting any time of year. This soup has a delicious flavor that appeals to adults and kids alike. In the summer, I use my garden tomatoes to make the tomato puree for this soup, which really brings out the flavors. The combination of the dried and fresh herbs is the most flavorful, but all dried herbs could be used if fresh herbs are not available. Great for a meal with sandwiches or a cobb salad.
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