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Chipotle Albondigas Soup

March/April 2012

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Just a bit of spicy chorizo sausage adds lots of flavor to the meatballs in this hearty Mexican soup. Dandelion greens, carrots and corn are colorful additions.


Chipotle Albondigas Soup Recipe

6 Reviews for Chipotle Albondigas Soup

07/16/2012
Anonymous

This is the best Albondigas soup i have ever eaten. i used masa in plast of corn meal, added a little water to the meat mixture and used port in place of beef. My family loved this.

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04/08/2012
Anonymous

Wow! this was very good. Used chicken broth, ground beef, chard and 1 large chipotle chile in adobo sauce. Everything just right, balance. Will definitely make again.

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04/08/2012
Anonymous

Wow! this was very good. Used chicken broth, ground beef, chard and 1 large chipotle chile in adobo sauce. Everything just right and will definitely make again.

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04/04/2012
Anonymous
Great Recipe

I did not make meatballs...but cooked the meat in chunks then put into soup...made it faster and used kale instead of dandelion greens....It was delicious. Family loved it.

Easy to fix...healthy ingredients
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03/06/2012
Anonymous
Pretty Delicious! Careful with the Chiles though!

Made the soup today, I must admit I am kind of a slow cook, but rushing through this it still took me about 1h30 total. Yes, the meatballs do take forever to make if you're making them at the size indicated, so letting the broth simmer that entire time does not seem right (I did not do this). I honestly thought the soup had a lot of flavor and was quite tasty, however I used TWO chiles and it was a bit too hot for my tastes (my Mexican family and my lives-for-spicy-food boyfriend LOVED it though, more than myself honestly) My only modification was using parsley instead of cilantro (Meijer was OUT, as usual).

Coolest part was it came out looking exactly like the image in EatingWell! :)

Simple enough to make, Ingredients are easy to find
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 27 weeks ago

did you try just a little bit

did you try just a little bit more salt? I am not a big fan of "salty" foods, but I find that if a dish just needs a little bit of "something" 9 times out of 10 it just needs a touch of salt.

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