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Middle East Chicken Soup

Middle East Chicken Soup created by Ms B.

Optionally add peas, dill and lemon juice at the end (better!)

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35mins
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  • Simmer the broth, onion, celery, carrot, garlic, cumin and cayenne (with raw rice, if using), for 10 minutes.
  • Add cooked rice (if using), the chicken, and the tomato and simmer 10 more minutes.
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"Optionally add peas, dill and lemon juice at the end (better!)"
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  1. ikono
    This was a very good idea! What I did was I diced up 1 raw chicken breast, sauteed it in 1-2 tbsp oil with minced garlic, garlic salt, oregano and fresh rosemary. As the chicken finished up cooking I added the onion and carrot (not a celery fan) and sauteed it for a few more minutes. Then I added the broth, waited for it to boil and put in the rice. I put in a lot more cumin and pepper than the recipe called for. It turned out excellent!
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  2. Ms B.
    This soup was just OK for me. My hubby really liked it, but I didn't care for the flavor that the peas added to the broth. (I don't care for peas in casseroles for the same reason, and should have known better.) I downsized the recipe to only 3 servings without a problem, and added the peas and the lemon juice suggested in the intro. It was easy to prepare.
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  3. Ms B.
    Middle East Chicken Soup Created by Ms B.
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  4. Gaelige Coinnaigh
    Optionally add peas, dill and lemon juice at the end (better!)
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