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It’s Thanksgiving week so why not post a non-Thanksgiving recipe right? Only me…HA! I made this Chicken Enchilada Soup last week to take to work with me and it was a big hit, I has several people ask me for the recipe! It’s hearty, delicious, and super quick and easy to make! It’s also perfect for the weather we’ve been having plus you can garnish it up any way you like. You just can’t beat that!
I love soup pretty much any time of the year but especially when it’s cold outside. Soups last a long time in my house and only get better the longer they sit in the fridge after they are made. I love the way the flavors meld and infuse over time. This soup is a thick one and I only used one can of chicken broth in the whole pot. You can use more broth if you want to thin it out. I’m a hearty soup girl so I loved the thickness of this one!
I also served it in one of the oldest bowls I own. It’s kind of an ugly bowl. It’s thick and brown with tan markings on it. It was my Mom’s and was originally part of a collection but this is the only surviving piece and I’m glad I have it. I love to eat soups out of it because my Mom was a soup fanatic too. I think she would love this Chicken Enchilada Soup recipe as much as I do!
So I say YAY to ugly bowls, good memories, cold weather and yummy soup. Cheers to Thanksgiving and cheers for leftover soup. The full recipe is below, check it out and pin it if you want!! Hint, hint…LOL!
Have you ever made Chicken Enchilada Soup??
Do you have “ugly bowls” with beautiful memories??