This recipe can serve 16-20 people so it’s huge. Half it if you have a smaller crowd. It also calls for stuff from Costco. If you don’t live by a Costco I bet Trader Joes or Sprouts may have something similar.
Here you go:
1 jar Mango Peach Salsa (from Costco)
1/2 jar Jack’s Special Salsa (also from Costco, but I used regular salsa when I made it and it worked just fine)
1/4 c. olive oil
Simmer for 10 minutes, then add:
1 1/4 tsp. cumin
2 1/2 qts (80 oz) chicken stock or broth
5-6 chicken breasts chopped up (my mom just chopped up rotisserie chicken)
Add one large package of frozen corn close to when you want to serve soup so it doesn’t overcook (equivalent of about 3 cans of corn drained)
Bring all ingredients to a low boil, stirring as it heats up. Simmer for a few minutes before serving.
Serve with any variety of these:
shredded cheese, small tortilla strips, sour cream, avocado chunks, chopped cilantro, black beans (my mom put the black beans in the actual soup…it was delish).
Enjoy before it gets too hot in your neck of the woods! It’s supposed to be back up to the nineties this weekend here in the desert. I am turning my thumbs down on that little piece of news…too early for that much heat!
That looks so good. I love soups like this. Thanks for sharing.
Oh That's does sound deelish!!!!!!!!!! I am gonna try it!!
we are barely above freezing here, so, soups are still on our menu.. however, it was -27 3 weeks ago, and I was outside on the deck grilling… welcome to Canada! LOL
Oh my–Looks so yummy…definitely going to give this one a try! Thanks for sharing the recipe. 🙂
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Bread & Wine by Shauna Niequist
I cut a pasted the blurb about it!! I can't wait to read it!!
Bread & Wine is a collection of essays about family relationships, friendships, and the meals that bring us together. This mix of Anne Lamott and Barefoot Contessa is a funny, honest, and vulnerable spiritual memoir. Bread & Wine is a celebration of food shared, reminding readers of the joy found in a life around the table. It’s about the ways God teaches and nourishes people as they nourish the people around them. It’s about hunger, both physical and otherwise, and the connections between the two.
I believe God is here amount us, present and working.
Quote from book
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That looks so yummy! I might try it with some homemade salsas. Mmmmmm.
And I'm quite quite jealous of that 90 degrees, since we're sitting at around 32 here!
I was recently introduced to Costco's mango peach salsa and am not sure how I have made it thus far in my life without it! It is one of the best salsas I have ever had!!! I alway buy two jars of it in fear I may run out during the week. It's great on grilled fish or chicken too. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
Needed an idea for dinner tonight– thank you! I also want to let you know that I really love reading your blog and feel grateful that you take the time to share with the rest of us. I always leave your site uplifted, inspired, and full of great tips and ideas to try and make my family life a little better. Love that you don't pretend to be perfect. Love that you sacrifice so much for your hubby and kids. Love that you are living your testimony! I hope you see many blessings for your service to so many…..
Our local Costcos don't carry the Mango Peach Salsa or the Joe's Special Salsa…..can you tell us how many ounces are in those jars so I can figure out an equal substitute? I want so much to make this for my family!
This looks so yummy! I love Mango Peach Salsa!