Here’s a quick soup for you folks!
Sometimes I feel like I take chicken for granted since we eat it so often.
Today I’d like to take a quick look at its benefits to appreciate the delicious nutrition of chicken.
I’m sure we all know it’s packed with protein with less fat.
It’s also a great source of Vitamin D for calcium absorption and bone health, Vitamin A for eyesight and our immune system, and iron for blood circulation.
Now we have more reasons to love and eat chicken!
- 1 1/2 cups chicken broth
- 12 corn tortillas
- 1 10 oz can green enchilada sauce
- 1 10 oz can red enchilada sauce
- 1 1/2 tsp ground cumin
- 4 skinless, boneless cooked chicken breast
- 1 cup thick GFCF milk
- 1 medium tomato
- 1 small jalapeno pepper
- tortilla chips
- Cut tortillas into strips
- Cube chicken breast
- Dice tomato
- Mince jalapeno
- Add chicken stock and tortilla strips in large pot
- Cook at medium heat until strips soften, broth should thicken a little
- Add enchilada sauces and cumin, stir
- Add chicken and milk, stir
- Ladle into bowls once everything is hot!
- Garnish with the diced tomato and jalapeno pepper
- Serve with tortilla chips!
- Makes 6 servings
GFCF, SF, EF
- GFCF – gluten free casein free
- SF – soy free
- EF – egg free
perfect on this cold day!
YAHHH it’s cold and this came up at the perfect time
reminds me of weekends at my abuela’s!
should the chicken broth be hot when I add it??
it doesn’t matter, as long as you bring it back up to temp
what is enchilada?
they’re like wet burritos
okay so enchilada sauce??
try your friendly neighborhood Hispanic grocery market
sounds so complicated
not really, but in any case it’s worth it. so good
this is truly chicken soup for the soulllll
omg i love that book!
have you read the others?
what do you mean there are more books??
yes, motivational speeches too. they’re actually good too
uhh idk about that, sounds like a waste of time…and money
oh! i just youtube them…. where they’re free
Enchiliadas sound funny
you sound funny!
good one, did you come up with that one yourself