Sunday Supper - Comfort for the soul
Sunday Supper Ideas
Sunday Supper Ideas
Soup Sunday - Comfort for the Soul!
Soup is also good if you are feeling at little "puny." Greg has been "puny" all week with some type of bug. It was time to break out the crockpot and make a big batch of homemade soup. Tonight's soup was Roasted Chicken Vegetable. It was delicious and simple to make. It is a little twist to my white bean chicken soup.
I started out with a really good herb roasted chicken. I pulled off the breast and shredded the chicken for the soup. I was in Kroger on Saturday, so I picked up one of their Savory Roasted Herb whole chickens in their deli section. They are delicious and very moist. The nice thing about these chickens, you can use them for wraps, soups, tacos or just to eat on a sandwich. Plus, my little dog Farrah loves chicken so I make sure she gets a little.
I served up the soup with Greg's favorite club crackers and a few of the medium cheddar cheese slices. We love to have cheese and crackers with our soups.
My cute dishes are from Kate Spade. I have these cute dishes linked on my Amazon store at: https://www.amazon.com/shop/sweetyellowcornbread These plates are perfect for lunch plates or to put under your bowls. They are called there "pizza plates." I love Kate Spade dishes. They last for a long time and they are so darn cute!
Here's the Scoup on The SOUP!
Roasted Chicken Vegetable Soup
3 cans (drained) Bushes Great Northern Beans
1 Small Can Tomato Sauce
1 Small Can Diced Tomatoes
1 Small Can (drained) Sweet Yellow Corn
3 Red Potatoes (Peel & Dice)
1/2 cup Sliced Carrots
1/2 cup - White Onion diced
2 green onions (dice (including the green stem)
Lowry's Garlic Pepper
1 Cup Chicken Stock
1-Cup Water (as needed)
2 cups Roasted Chicken Breast (cooked)
1/2 Teaspoon of Red Pepper Flakes
Make sure and drain all the cans and pour into crockpot
Add in the cooked roasted chicken breast
Add in the white onion, diced potatoes, green onion, red pepper flakes, and 2 Tablespoons of the Lowry's Garlic Pepper
Add Salt/Pepper to Taste
Add in the tomato sauce, chicken stock & water (gradually)
Simmer on medium heat (about 4-5 hours) until potatoes are tender
P.S. I add in more pepper, Lowry's Garlic Pepper as I stir to taste.
Greg likes it with club crackers & cheese slices or it is good with my Sweet Yellow Cornbread recipe, of course!
This soup is good in all Seasons........................Enjoy!