What’s For Dinner? Slow Cooked Chicken Tortilla Soup

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I love easy recipes . . . any recipe that includes the word “dump” in the directions just make me happy. :)  So, here’s a super simple recipe for slow cooked tortilla soup, that should take just a few minutes to dump into Mrs. Potts, your friendly helper who does all the work for you while you direct traffic (ahem, children) around your kitchen before dinnertime.

 

It’s also just plain ole’ delicious, and my hubby and I just gobbled down every last bit of ours.

 

Simple Slow Cooked Chicken Tortilla Soup 

Ingredients

  1. 2-3 cups cooked chicken  use leftovers from Roast Sticky Rotisserie Style Chicken or try this Slow Cooker Rotisserie Chicken recipe
  2. 1 can Ro-Tel I used the chunky variety, you might be able to also substitute with a cup of salsa if you’re all out of Rotel
  3. 15 oz. chicken broth
  4. 1 can cream of chicken condensed soup $.48 at Target this week!
  5. 1 can corn, drained we substituted with frozen corn
  6. 1 can black beans
  7. 1/2 tsp. chili powder
  8. 1/4 tsp. cumin
  9. 1/2 tsp. garlic
  10. 1/4 cup onion, chopped
  11. tortilla chips $1/1 Tostitos Dip wyb Tostitos Tortilla Chips, exp. 9/30/11 (Tearpad)
  12. sour cream optional, $1/2 Friendship Cottage Cheese or Sour Cream, exp. 9/30/11 (SS 07/24/11)
  13. shredded cheese optional, $1/2 Sargento Shredded Cheese, exp. 9/9/11 (Publix Yellow Advantage) note expiration date

Directions

  1. Dump first ten ingredients into slow cooker aka Mrs. Potts :)
  2. Cook on low, 6-8 hours.
  3. Place tortilla chips in bowls.  Pour soup over tortilla chips, then add cheddar cheese & sour cream, if desired.
  4. Enjoy, and freeze any leftovers for a busy night this winter!

 

 

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Comments

  1. its our dinner too but i used this variation http://www.southernplate.com/2010/09/chicken-tortilla-soup.html i also used up some cans of chicken breast & i did throw in rotel

    • Thanks so much for sharing the recipe JJ – that looks delicious! I think I may try using the tortillas cut up next time (or maybe even for leftovers) – what a great idea!

  2. i think i have everything for this recipe in my pantry. i think we are going to eat this tomorrow night for dinner. My crockpot by the way is my bcf (best cooking friend)

  3. The instructions say, “cooked” chicken. I would think I could start w/ a raw bird, no?

    • I bet you probably could Liz, I’ve just always had my chicken cooked first. If you try it and it works let me know!

  4. Just tried this soup last night and it was great! Rave reviews from everyone who tried it. And I still have plenty for lunch today!

    • So glad you liked it Jennifer! And thanks so much for sharing on on your blog as well :) (What a great idea for a site – I don’t know how you working mommas do it!!!)

  5. Tried this last night and loved it! It was so easy, and super delicious too. Was a nice change of pace from the norm. I am about to have a baby, so I will definitely freeze some of this soup already made for those blury first couple of weeks when you don’t want to cook. Thanks!

  6. Do you drain the black beans before adding?

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