Tortilla Soup

Tortilla Soup

We had a good supper tonight. I love making soup and tonigh we had Tortilla Soup on the menu. This soup is really spicy and next time I'll remove the seeds from the jalapeño chile.

To garnish the soup you can make your own tortilla strips or just crumbled some tortillas chips into your bowl. We added cheese in each bowl and garnished with cilantro. We ate two bowls each. It was delicious and I'll be making this soup again.


23 comments

  1. Sounds like a good dish for a cold winter day! I love to top my tortilla soup with avocado and sour cream.

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  2. Sara, my son topped his with sour cream. I wanted avocado on mine but they were green at the market. Next time.

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  3. Oh my gosh, it's been such a long time since I made this soup. I know how delicious it is. Your soup look so gorgeous Helene.
    Cheers,
    Elra

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  4. This is so warming looking and very hearty, I love it!

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  5. That soup looks delicious! I love anything Tex-Mex or Mexican!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  6. Nothing to warm up the tummy like a bowl of spicy soup...looks delicious!

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  7. Such a pretty soup! I've been meaning to make tortilla soup actually. Perfect for the cold weather.

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  8. Ooh, yes please! I might leave the chili seeds in because it's sooooo cold! :)

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  9. i love tortilla soup! (i also love the presence of jalapeno seeds and whatever else is needed to make it hot, hot, hot!) :)

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  10. Elle a l'air delicieuse cette soupe! Je la met sur le menu de demain!! Les temperatures ont baisse suffisament ici pour mettre un pot de soupe sur le feu!

    Bonne chance pour la vente de la maison!

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  11. This looks just right for the rainy weather we are having now! I love tortilla soup.

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  12. Je suis passée hier et je ne voyais pas les photos. OMG, j'ai manqué quelque chose.

    PS J'ignorais que ton conjoint faisait partie des Forces. (Mes 2 frères aussi en étaient)

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  13. Tarzile: Des fois je mets la recette avant les photos.

    Mon mari est maintenant à la retraite depuis 9 mois. Moi aussi j'ai été dans les forces pour quelques années. Maintenant nous pensons déménager à Ottawa, ou mes deux plus vieux étudient à l'université.

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  14. je voulais le dire, mais ce que j'aime particulièrement dans ce blog c'est la théière, la tasse de thé et le citro, ça a un côté magique et très somptueux

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  15. That is one tasty sounding soup! I like all of the flavours in it!

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  16. What a great idea to top it off with sour cream, mmm....
    You know how much I love chili heat, right?? Leave the seeds in for me, ok? :D

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  17. J'en ai mangé au Mexique. Jamais refait depuis mais ça ne saurait tarder ...
    Bises
    Hélène

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  18. En ce moment, avec le froid qui encore envahit Montréal, ta petite soupe épicée serait la bienvenue:)
    Bon dimanche!

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  19. Tortilla soup??? What a great idea! Love everything Mexican so this is recipe to bookmark for me ;) Thank you... Margot

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  20. I live in Texas so we get a lot of tortilla soups but I have never made it at home! J'aimerais essayer c'est une de mes soupes favorites!

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  21. I have yet to make a tortilla soup, but I love it. So far the best I had was at a Vitamix demonstration. I love soup and this winter I need to make tortilla soup!

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    1. I remember tasting it at Costco and it was delicious.

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