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This was JAWSOME!
Fairly easy to make and very tasty! I also used chicken breasts instead of chicken thighs.
Wonderful soup for a Sunday night. I really wouldn’t change a thing- I used chicken breasts instead of thighs bc that’s what I had on hand. This recipe was a delight & I’ll def make it again. Thanks for another winner!
Any tips for how to modify to make in an Instant Pot pressure cooker? I love the soup but would prefer it to be done a lot quicker. Thanks!
Great soup on an unusually chilly summer day. Love that it utilizes tumeric and ginger as I’m looking for tasty recipes that use both without being obvious about it being “Indian” as I’m not a fan of Indian cuisine. Even hubby said this is a keeper. Quite a compliment for Mr. Meat and Potatoes. Don’t have much leftover to freeze.
Any suggestion for making this meatless? Would you just add the spices to the broth?Thanks for any suggestions.
This was easy and really good. It actually got better the next day. I would say you could substitute white beans for garbanzo beans.
Normally, I would not do this. I follow your recipes to a t. I decided to add a little cauliflower too and it was super tasty.
This soup is delicious in the summer too!! Another keper–thanks, Elise.
Absolutely awesome. My wife and kids loved it. Thank you!
Thank you for a great recipe! While I love soup I don’t make many chicken soup recipes. But this one included many of my favorite things, turmeric, cumin and garbanzo beans, this recipe is a keeper.
I just made this soup for my husband and myself. It was fabulous. We don’t use a lot of cumin or turmeric, so I was unfamiliar and a bit wary of the flavors. The spices all meld together perfectly. The broth has a wonderful lemon flavor to it, but it’s not overwhelming. It was very easy to make and I love that it’s a one pot wonder.
I made this to have while we waited for it to stop snowing outside (East Coast Blizzard of 2016) and I have to say it was a huge hit. Wonderful flavors and textures, and satisfyingly filling. I ended up making it with jasmine rice because I was out of basmati, and with white meat chicken because my friend is not a fan of dark meat, so it’s good to know the recipe is flexible that way.
I wasn’t sure about trying this one, but was very intrigued. The spices and flavor combinations are a bit outside of our usual here. But I made this tonight to have for dinner tomorrow. I tested it and was so surprised at how perfectly all those flavors came together. Nothing was too prominent or overwhelming, just a perfect blend. Wish I could have eaten it all tonight! Looking forward to dinner tomorrow!
This soup is perfection! Made it a little while ago during a crazy winter storm here in NY. The flavor is so divine. I can easily see this being one of my favorite soups, ever! It needed no adjustments in the seasonings. The only thing I did was micro plane the zest right into the soup & I left it in. Delicious!!!
I’m so glad you liked it Lynn!
This was a delicious soup for a rainy week. Added a carrot. Made my own broth from thigh bones and an onion. I used the “bones” of the recipe, including the perfect garlic/ginger/spices/lemon. Yum.
I didn’t ask the question to follow that information — which option would you advise?
Hi Allison, I would advise using bone-in thighs over legs, fewer bones and tendons. I would brown the whole skinless thighs in the spices, then add the whole thighs bone-in back in with the stock in step 4, and cook them a bit longer than the recipe indicates because you’re dealing with whole thighs. When the chicken is falling off the bone you can shred it with a fork or remove it and chop it, and easily remove the bones.
I usually use bone-in thighs or drumsticks. I’m thinking I could adapt the recipe by either cutting up the pieces and coating/frying as you suggested, or frying the spices with the onion etc and adding the chicken to cook with the stock.
Really nice, wonderful soup for a cold winter night. I used more fresh ginger – there’s something about ginger and lemon that really goes together. The pepper gives it just enough spice. Definitely will make this one again!
Oh my goodness. I made this soup for dinner last night because I came across the recipe by accident but I had planned to make chicken noodle soup because I was fighting a cold. Made this instead and it is SO delicious. The flavor was just perfect. And I really think it helped me feel better. This is my new go to soup when I feel a cold coming on, and probably even when I don’t.
Thanks again, Elise. i made this gem tonight. Your recipes never disappoint.