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            Chicken, Rice and Potato Soup

            Rating: 4.0
            • 80
            If you are after a recipe that will stick to your ribs on a cold day, this is it.
            Recipe by: Brigitte 1
            Created: Nov 13, 2018 8:20 AM

            Prep time

            10 m

            Cook time

            40 m

            Total time

            50 m



            Original recipe yields:

            6 servings (1 1/2 cup per serving)


            1 cuponion, chopped
            1 tbspgarlic, finely chopped
            1 tbspvegetable oil
            0.25 lbchicken, thawed, cut up, and skin removed from each piece
            4 cupswater
            6 smallred potatoes, chopped
            0.25 cupwhite rice, uncooked
            0.5 tspchili powder
            1 cupgreen peas (or ½ can, about 8 ounces, low-sodium green peas)
            0.5 tspcayenne or jalapeño chilies, diced (if you have it)
            0.5 cupfresh parsley or cilantro, chopped (if you have it)
            0.5 tspsalt
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            1. Pour a small amount of oil into a large pot and put it over medium to high heat.
            2. Put your garlic and onions inside. Stir them in the oil for 5 minutes.
            3. Now, add the chicken. Continue cooking for 5 minutes.
            4. Once the chicken has been browned, you can stir in the potatoes, water, rice and chili powder.
            5. Raise the heat to a boil. Continue to boil for 15 more minutes.
            6. Drop the heat. Stirring occasionally, cook for 15-20 minutes more.
            7. Pour the peas in along with the cayenne (optional) and jalapeno chilies (optional). Continue cooking for 8 minutes.
            8. Take the pot off the stove. Add cilantro (optional) and parsley (optional).
            9. Stir one more time and cover.
            10. Wait 5 minutes and then serve.

            Recipe Notes

            Be sure the chicken’s internal temperature reaches the minimum safe 165 degrees Fahrenheit.


            Easy, Equipment » Stove Top, Inexpensive, Presentation » Served Hot

            Nutrition Facts

            Amount per serving ( total)

            % Daily Value*
            Calories180 kcal
            Total Fat3.3 g
            Saturated Fat0.3 g
            Trans Fat0 g
            Cholesterol12 mg
            Sodium264 mg
            Total Carbs31 g
            Dietary Fiber3.6 g
            Total Sugars3.3 g
            Protein7.8 g
            Vitamin A, RAE29 μg
            Vitamin B10.17 mg
            Vitamin B20.09 mg
            Vitamin B33.38 mg
            Vitamin B50.72 mg
            Vitamin B60.44 mg
            Vitamin B942.9 μg
            Vitamin B120.04 μg
            Choline40 mg
            Vitamin C23 mg
            Vitamin D0 IU
            Vitamin E0.7 mg
            Vitamin K84.3 μg
            Calcium48 mg
            Iron2 mg
            Potassium742 mg
            Phosphorus143 mg
            Magnesium46 mg
            Zinc0.9 mg
            Selenium7.3 μg
            Copper0.24 mg
            Manganese0.36 mg

            * The Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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