Chicken Tortilla Soup 2 Chicken Breasts2 10oz Cans of Ro-tel1 15oz Can of Black Beans1 15oz Can of Kidney Beans2 C Frozen Corn1/2 C Onion (Chopped)48 oz Chicken Broth4 Cloves Garlic (Minced)1 TBSP Chili Powder1 TBSP Cumin1/2 C Fresh Chopped Cilantro or 1 TBSP Dried Cilantro Stovetop MethodPut chopped onion, cans of beans, ro-tel, corn, chicken broth, and spices in a large stock pot and stir to mix. Put chicken breasts on top of mixture and make sure they're submerged in liquid.Boil on stove top until chicken is cooked through, approximately 20 minutes.Before serving remove the chicken breasts from soup and shred.Return chicken to pot, stir to combine. If using fresh cilantro, add that in just before serving.Crockpot MethodPut chopped onion, cans of beans, ro-tel, corn, chicken broth, and spices in Crockpot and stir to mix. Put chicken breasts on top of mixture and make sure they're submerged in liquid.Cook on high… Read More
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