Deli Rotisserie Chicken Soup

Deli Rotisserie Chicken Soup

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I have become a big fan of using rotisserie chicken from the grocery deli in recipes. What a timesaver -- and you can't beat the flavor. Here's one of my family's favorites. You can mix-n-match the veggies - I use what I find in the freezer. So, you could also call this my "use up the frozen veggies" soup! :)


Ingredients

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1 rotisserie chicken
32 oz chicken broth
2.5 cups water
3 cups frozen mixed vegetables; any kind
1 cup frozen corn
1 cup bowtie pasta or other small pasta; frozen or cooked almost al dente
3 tablespoons cumin
4 tablespoons taco seasoning; divided
4 tablespoons chipotle seasoning
1 Salt; to taste
1 Taco seasoning; to taste

Original recipe makes 8 Servings

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Preparation

Remove skin from chicken, debone and tear into pieces. Toss the torn chicken in a large bowl with the chipotle seasoning and 2 tablespoons of the taco seasoning. Set aside. In a dutch oven on medium heat, put all the frozen vegetables and pasta; cover with the broth and water. Stir in cumin and remaining taco seasoning. Heat to barely boiling, uncovered. Add chicken pieces, heat to simmering, turn heat to low. Add salt to taste and more taco seasoning to taste, simmer 10 minutes.

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I typically use a frozen veggie/pasta blend for this soup, although I've used many different frozen vegetables with the regular cooked pasta. I don't use a lot of spice because I have little kids eating it, but I'm sure it would be great with some bolder spices, also. Great with french bread! [I posted this recipe.]
KSFrogge 4 years ago
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