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Vegetable Lover's Chicken Soup

December 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (199 votes)

Classic comfort food is yours, in just slightly more than half an hour. Serve with some crusty whole-grain bread and top with grated Romano or Parmesan cheese.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I love this recipe; though did have to add more broth myself. "
Vegetable Lover's Chicken Soup Recipe

12 Reviews for Vegetable Lover's Chicken Soup

01/24/2011
A tasty and easy soup

I loved this soup! It is so easy to make and is so good! It was much better than regular chicken noodle soup - and I love the orzo in replace of the noodles. The only thing I had to do differently was too add more broth. I will be making it again soon

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02/25/2010

I love this recipe; though did have to add more broth myself.

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02/15/2010

Delicious! I used chicken stock and some broth, and added more than it called for of stock/broth, orzo, and spices. I also added some fresh garlic and sauteed it with the zucchini. I spiced it with some pepper, garlic, and basil also.

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02/10/2010
Anonymous

A really tasty soup! Since i'm pregnant i took out the white wine but it still came out great. I do agree that it needs more broth. I boiled my own chicken to make the broth but i used double the amount it calls for. Of course i had to use more salt, but still kept the same amount of italian seasoning. I used 4 more ounces of chicken, added 1 more tblsp of orzo and used a large zuccini instead. My mother and bump loved it!

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02/09/2010
Anonymous

My mom and i thought this recipe was great. I'm pregnant so i had to leave out the white wine. I also boiled chicken to make a broth instead of canned. The first reader was right, you need the equivalent of two cans for it to be a soup. I added more salt because of this and i added 3 tblsp of orzo pasta instead. It came out great!

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