Chicken Fajita Soup

All the flavor of a fajita in a warm, comforting bowl of soup.

Sometimes our favorite flavors have to transition from a summer meal to a fall/winter meal.  We didn’t have any tomatoes this year (not even one ~ so disappointing!) but the sweet bell peppers are gorgeous!  Since our favorite Beef and Chicken Fajitas have worn out their welcome (according to our 6yo), I decided to do a little switcheroo and adapt a recipe from Taste of Home magazine.

Chicken Fajita Soup ~ Click for recipe.

 

*** This soup is not terribly spicy, which is perfect for the kids and me, but my husband adds a bit of cayenne pepper for a little zing.

*** Leftovers are fabulous, but the soup does thicken as it sits in the fridge.  Feel free to add more chicken broth to thin it out a bit.

On this week’s agenda… chopping, freezing, and bagging bell peppers for winter soups and omelets!  What do you like to make with bell peppers? 

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Comments

  1. I chop and freeze red peppers for our pizza. So good!

  2. Catherine says:

    We have had an abundance of peppers in our CSA box this year. I love fajitas, but we just can’t eat them fast enough! I also love to saute peppers and onions together with some sausage – either whole or sliced long-ways for sandwiches or chopped up and served on top of pasta. DELICIOUS!

  3. Yummy Amy! I can’t wait to try it! 🙂

  4. This looks so good, Amy! It’s going straight onto my menu for next week.

  5. Yum this soup looks delicious!! Thanks for linking up the sticky chicken, I just refreshed the pictures on that post, you should stop by for a look.

    As far as bells, I just stick them in every single thing i make, but again we are big fans. Eggs, soups, salads, sauces, pasta even. Or like others have said freezing is a great option.

  6. This looks delicious! I pinned it so I could make it soon. Yum!

  7. Do you think you could make it in the crock pot?

  8. We make stuffed bell peppers. If I I need to freeze them I dice some for spaghetti sauce, chili, taco meat. or I slice them or chunk them for stir fry or fajitas.

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