If you're in a hurry, but want a delicious homemade soup, this is the recipe for you. It blends beans, salsa, chicken and broth to make a cozy and enjoyable soup.
cost per recipe: $5.99
Heat the broth in a 2-quart saucepan over medium-high heat to a boil. Stir the rice in the saucepan. Reduce the heat to low. Cover and cook for 20 minutes or until rice is done.
Stir the beans, salsa and chicken in the saucepan and heat through.
Fast, Easy and Very Good
We love this recipe in my family. It's become a staple, something we make several times a month when we're short on time.
very good, simple and not a lot of ingredients
Made this soup and the flavor was very good. Will give this recipe to a friend. I didn't add any new ingredients to it but did put more of all ingredients so as to last for several days. The salsa and beans of course is what really flavors the soup. I stuck to mild salsa but I'm sure the hotter ones will work out just fine. Next time I might add just a few vegies. (Trying to eat healthier) All in all this is a wonderful quick soup that tastes like more time was spent on preparing it. I see myself making this frequently during winter. Need more meals like this.
Salsa Chicken Soup
This is a very simple recipe to follow and the result is delicious. Although some changes that I will for sure use next time are, adding half a can of corn and half a can of black beans. I will still use the pork and beans, but the beans' texture is kind of gone when you add them to the soup. I like a firmer bean. Also, I used about 2 ounces of plain cream cheese, but next time I will use some that Kraft cooking creme in Southwestern flavor. That should add more flavor and body. :)
Loved this soup! I ran out of Chicken Broth so I used Tomato Soup, still came out wonderful! Topped with cheese and some sour cream. Super! :)
I doubled recipe for a crowd. It's a very easy recipe. I would use medium or hot salsa to give it a more Southwestern flavor. What a great and easy meal!