The Easiest Soup Recipe Ever~7 Can Chicken Soup
I first came across this recipe for 7 can soup while in the middle of my usual Sunday morning routine. I was half awake making my big Sunday family breakfast watching the pioneer women cook up her magic. Most of Ree’s meals I don’t even dream of attempting but “7 can soup,” was something I thought I could handle. If I can’t throw 7 cans of this and that in a crockpot, I just should just retire my spatula now….
The 7 Can Soup recipe didn’t call for anything besides the cans and salt and pepper, but I had some leftover shredded chicken from the previous night. So right before serving it I added my spin to it and threw caution to the wind and tossed the chicken in the crockpot. Adding chicken also added an extra dose of protein and made it a more stew like consistency. That’s the magic of cooking you can experiment and improvise and no two recipes are the same. If I had ground beef tacos the night before I would have thrown that in and the soup would have taken on a whole new distinct flavor.
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The beauty of the 7 Can Chicken Soup was that the longest part of the recipe was going to the store for the cans. The real prep work only took me a few minutes. I got home and dumped everything in the crockpot at 9 in the morning and set on low for 6 hours and voila, Dinner was served! And the tribe raved about it even after bitching about being served soup in the summer (eye roll)
Here ya’ go …The Easiest Soup Recipe Ever~7 Can Chicken Soup
7 Can Chicken Soup
The Easiest Soup Recipe Ever
- 1 Can Fiesta Corn
- 1 Can Chile I used Turkey(whatever you use is fine)
- 1 Can Kidney Beans
- 1 Can Tomato Paste Small Can
- 1 Can Black Beans You can sub Cannellini if you prefer
- 1 Can Petite Diced Tomatoes or stewed whatever you have in your pantry
- 1 Can Beef Broth
- 2 tbsp chopped garlic
- 2 tbsp minced onion fresh or dried
- 1 sprig parsley optional
Salt and Pepper to taste
This is very difficult pay close attention...(insert sarcastic tone here) Dump it all together, stir, set your crockpot to low & WALK AWAY! Done! In 6 hours you will have a yummy easy dinner!
Optional- I served with whole wheat toasts for scooping!
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