Warm up with this Chicken and Wild Rice soup! This cold weather favorite “stir” is so great and comforting during the winter season. We recommend using leftover chicken or rice if you have it to cut down on the cooking time. Whether it’s a snow day, a sick day, or everyday, this soup is sure to keep you cozy and feeling good in no time!
– Della Basmati & Wild Rice, cooked as directed
– (Leftover) Chicken, cooked
– Onions, chopped
– Garlic, chopped
– Carrots, chopped
– Red Bell Pepper, diced
– Chicken Stock
– Season with: salt, pepper, chopped parsley, herbs de Provence
– Top with: grated parmesan (optional)
To Assemble Your Stir:
Heat oil in a large pot or dutch oven, add onions, garlic, carrots, and bell pepper. Cook at med heat until softened. Add chicken stock, cooked rice, chicken, tomatoes and spices. Stir and allow to come to a boil. Turn heart to low and simmer about 20 min. Pour in a bowl, top with parmesan cheese, and serve with a piece of warm crusty bread! Mmmm.
(Top pictured: Leftover Chicken and Wild Rice Soup, Bottom Pictured: Leftover Turkey, Kale and Quinoa Soup)
Leftovers are such a wonderful tool for reinventing quick weeknight family meals like this one. Last night’s stir fry can instantly become tonight’s new creation by adding leftover cooked rice or chicken to a soup just like we did here. We hope this stir will inspire you to use your leftovers in new & fun ways!