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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Cooking Thursday

Cooler weather means more soup on the menu.  I made this Chicken rice soup and it has to be one of the easiest soup recipes ever.  It was really good and will definitely be on the menu again!

Chicken Rice Soup

4 cans chicken broth (12-130z size)
2 C. chopped cooked chicken
1 bag sliced frozen carrots
1 C. chopped celery
salt, pepper to taste
1 box chicken Ricearoni. 
 
Stir all ingredients together and cook on low for 6-7 hours.

14 comments:

My cozy ✄ little space said...

looks delicious!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I bet this is delicious. Is the sodium content high?

Dianna said...

Mari, you always have the best recipes! I am going to pick up the Ricearoni when I shop later today. Tomorrow we shall enjoy this delicious looking soup! Thank you so much for sharing!

Linda E said...

I am a soup person too, and will join you in making this more than once this winter.

Terri D said...

We love soups, and this one looks so good. I never think of Ricearoni as a flavoring. Thanks!

Sola Scriptura said...

Wow, I don't think that recipe could be any easier! Soup is the ideal meal this time of year :)

Bethany Carson said...

That looks scrumptious! I just had chicken noodle soup last night, and it was delicious!

Patsy said...

Smells good to, I will make this soup. Thanks

Cattails said...

The soup looks so good. I like that it is easy. Would have never thought of adding ricearoni!

Sally Crowe said...

Awesome, Mari. Sounds and looks very good! Yep, getting time for soup. :)
xoxo

Ceil said...

Hi Mari! I could use that soup today, it's overcast and in the 40's. I never made one with Rice A Roni in it, that would be very tasty!
Bon Appetit :)
Ceil

Jennifer said...

Yum! I like to use Rice A Roni in a slowcooker soup.

Amy at love made my home said...

Nothing like soup at this time of year is there. xx

Michelle F said...

Hi Mari,

This sounds good with rice-a-roni.

Hoping your daughter has her baby soon!
When our second son was finally born he weighed in at 12lb. 2.5 oz