I love soup. If there was only one type of food that I could ONLY eat for the rest of my life I know I would pick soup. Sometimes I get on a roll and don’t even realize that I have been making soup for dinner for days straight! Eventually someone will ‘politely’ say something:
“HOLY COW will you EeeVVverrrRr make anything besides soup EVERRRR again?”
Usually it’s Bryson …
Even through the scorching hot Georgia days of summer soup is always on the menu. It’s my comfort food, my happy place, my easy no-stress food, my food love, all tucked into a deep bowl with an extra long Korean spoon all so nice and tidy.
This roasted Hatch green chili, chicken and white bean soup hits all the right soup notes. It is the definition of easy and fast, with a whole lot of comfort thrown in for good measure! This is a 30 minute or less soup with basic pantry/freezer supplies. I like to use homemade chicken stock. I regularly make chicken bone stock. However, I use it so often that I also make sure I always have a few store-bought cartons on hand. I also like to use my frozen fresh roasted Hatch green chilies. However, when I am out of my frozen supply I just switch to the canned green chilies. I generally like to use the Costco rotisserie chicken for this recipe but I have also poached a couple of fresh chicken breasts and used them. This is a very forgiving soup recipe!
Craving more soup? Check out this recipe for Chicken with Lemon and Thyme Drop Dumplings or this recipe for easy Udon Noodle Soup. Need more soup? How about this recipe for Wonton or “little brain” soup as we like to call it!
Have some extra roasted green chilies? How about whipping up a batch of this Chile Relleno Lasagna!