Healthier Slow-Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

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Welcome again to the home of Easy Healthy Recipes on Budget & Easy Healthy dessert on Budget, Today i will guide you how to make “Healthier Slow-Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup”. I made this Delicious recipe a few days ago, and I absolutely loved it and enjoyed it with my family. It came out very tasty and flavorful.
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  • “tawnie” : Made this last night stove top instead of slow cooker. It was AWESOME! I did make some changes tho. Used left-over cooked chicken that I shredded used a can of diced tomato with green chili’s instead of whole tomatoes used all chicken broth instead of broth and water and used a Serrano pepper sliced thin with ribs and seeds instead of banana peppers. Spicy! I used Ancho chili powder instead of generic chili powder. I also upped the measurements of the chili powder and cumin to 1 tablespoon each and added a tablespoon of ground corriander because I didn’t have fresh cilantro. I also just bought the tortilla strips that are sold in the salad dressing isle instead of buying a whole pack of corn tortillas that I would only use 7 of. Got the chili/lime flavored ones and they were great! Also when I served the soup I served it with lime wedges to squeeze over the soup. Very nice touch. My husband loved it and I see this becoming a regular soup in our house!
  • “jennifer” : My family & friends love this soup & request it often….and it’s so easy! I use a 4 oz can of green chiles instead of bell peppers & when it’s all done and in individual bowls I top it with shredded cheese sour cream & sliced avacado! So yummy!
  • “sunny” : I loved the soup with the few twists: Used crushed tomatos as a substitute added roasted green chiles (about 3/4 cup) a lot more spice–Mrs Dash’s Southwest Chipotle chili powder a lot more garlic omited salt Chipotle seasoning plain crushed red pepper (a lot)–basically had fun with the spices. I only used broth and added what I wanted to get the right consistency for us. Great recipe!!! Thank you!!!
  • “patricia” : What a hit! I’ve made this soup twice in the last week. My family can’t get enough of it and asks me to make more. I added a can of rinsed black beans and a can of hominy and cut back on the amount of banana pepper because we aren’t big fans of overly spicy food. I highly recommend this soup.
  • “deborah” : I tried the recipe exactly as it said with two exceptions. Instead of using water I used all low-sodium chicken broth and instead of banana peppers I used chopped chiles from a can. Im glad I did these 2 substitutions because the flavor was still pretty mild. My husband loved it (better than the thick stew style I’ve tried in the past with beans). I want to see it be a bit spicier and will be using hot enchilada sauce hotter jalapeño chiles and potentially sautéing my onions prior to throwing in the crockpot. Overall wonderfully refreshing and easy dish and I cant wait to try again with some spicier tweaks.
  • “vanesa” : This has a decent calorie count for those who are watching and excellent flavor. It has just the right amount of heat to add interest but not pain! I let it go on high in the slow cooker for 3 hours and the chicken was done and the veggies were still crunchy just the way I like them! It has a light fresh taste and it is a recipe worth repeating.

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