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If you’re into cooking like I am, I thought you might enjoy this soup recipe that’s a favorite of mine. Check it out!
CHICKEN TORTILLA SOUP RECIPE LIKE MAX & ERMA’S
I found this recipe on a website called Robbie’s Recipes and the soup tastes EXACTLY like the chicken tortilla soup at Max & Erma’s. YUM! Thanks, Robbie!
I like it because it’s easy to make and doesn’t use any fancy or expensive ingredients. This recipe makes eight portions and the results are delicious and satisfying.
Prep. Time: 0:20 or more
1/4 cup butter OR margarine
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
3 cups chicken broth
1 cup milk
8 oz. Velveeta process cheese food - cubed
10 oz. can Ro*Tel® tomatoes and chilies
2 cups cooked, shredded chicken
1 tsp. cumin
1 tsp. chili powder
salt and pepper – to taste
flour tortillas – as needed, about 4 - 6
shredded Colby Jack cheese OR Mexican blend cheese – as needed
-In a pot, melt butter over medium heat. Stir in flour and cook, stirring often, for 3 minutes.
-Slowly whisk in small amounts of chicken broth at a time, then whisk in milk.
-Reduce heat to low and stir in Velveeta cubes; stir until melted.
-Stir in Ro*Tel, chicken, and spices.
-Once soup is heated through, it is ready to serve at this point. However, if you wish to make tortilla strips, it can sit over low heat while they are made. Stir the soup occasionally.
-For tortilla strips, cut tortillas into strips and deep-fry in 350 degree vegetable or peanut oil until golden, then drain on cooling racks.
-Spoon a ladleful of soup into a bowl, add a handful of shredded cheese, then spoon another ladleful of soup over cheese. Sprinkle tortilla strips over top. Repeat for remaining servings.
Notes: If you want to save a lot of time, use crumbled tortilla chips instead of tortilla strips. As a substitute for Ro*Tel, you can use 1 1/2 cups of salsa. Spiciness can be easily adjusted by using spicy Ro*Tel or salsa and/or adding cayenne pepper to the soup.
Now You’re Cooking with Insurance! If you enjoyed this recipe, check out my recipe for Smooth & Simple Salsa.
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