Made this recipe as written and we all (my husband, five children, myself) loved it. Perfect comfort food. We’ve definitely added this recipe to the rotation!
This soup was very easy to make and very filling but really lacked flavor. I added some lime juice and it made a huge difference but overall I would not recommend it.
so quick and easy Perfect!!
I really liked your recipe. We enjoy more beans, so I made the recipe with two cans of beans and three cups of chicken. This is definitely going to be an addition to our regular menu. Thank you for sharing.
Used less chicken and more beans (our own "Greek Gigantes") and added some home grown green chile and garlic. Substituted cumin and oregano for the sage. It became a delicious "White Chile".
Made in instant pot with whole chicken breasts. Sautéd the leeks and fresh sage. Seasoned chicken breasts with salt and pepper and placed on top of leeks and sage. Added beans and covered with chicken broth and water. Pressure cooked for 20 minutes. Removed the chicken and shredded. Then returned shredded chicken to soup. Tasted perfect for my family as is. For mine just before serving I added a splash of lime, fresh basil and hot sauce. Yum.
Very Good....Used green onions instead leeks.
This is my husband's favorite soup. I add celery salt and a splash of vinegar for more flavor.
More like leek, beans, and chicken soup! This was my first time eating leeks, and wasn't too bad. We used boiled chicken, so most of the flavor came from the chicken broth. I'll probably make it again when the meal plan tells me to, but wouldn't make it on my own. EW has other soups I'd rather eat!
I Love this! It's so fast and easy. I added another can of beans and have thrown in arugula before as well as fresh basil to give it some kick and some green. Versatile and easy!
I've been making this simple recipe from Eating Well for years now and I don't tire of it. I start work at 6AM and it's the perfect warmer and comfort on cold mornings. I like to add a squeeze of lime and some hot sauce to my serving. it's great with Chipotle Tabasco.
Easy yet delicious This was one of, or maybe THE, easiest soups that I've made and also very delicious. I added a sprinkle of baby carrots and some whole mushrooms. Pros: Flexible enough to add your own touch
Quick and easy! Tastes great. I added some crushed red pepper, Nu Salt (salt substitute) and a teaspoon of grated parm per serving.
Very Good This was delicious and easy. I used the rotissere chicken and then took the bones and skin to make my own broth which I used for the soup and it was delicious! The wheat rolls I served with it were a nice compliment to the soup. Pros: Easy to throw together
Needs a Little Something This soup is good, but it really needed some garlic, pepper, and sea salt. I would saute 2 cloves of crushed garlic in the olive oil, add about a 1/2 tsp. or more of sea salt and pepper, and throw in 2 large, diced red potatoes if I made this again. It's a good, basic recipe, though, and would be easy to build on. I'd recommend it as a starting point. Pros: low cal, good for a cold day, easy Cons: bland, leeks aren't a kitchen staple
Yummy I made this soup and will again, however, will use only one leek, add more pepper and probably add some good, lean pork to add more flavor.