Under the weather

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All the girls of the house are sick, sick, sick with the sniffles. Fever, headaches, achy joints, runny noses, stuffy noses...you name it, we got it!
My dear sweet aunt Pam sent me this recipe via Facebook (I sure do love Facebook) and I'm pretty sure it will do the trick.

Pam's Mexican Chicken Soup - A very RUSTIC recipe!

I find the biggest, plump chicken I can find. (I prefer Perdue) I rub that bird
(skin and all) with EVOO then season him inside and out! Boil him with

onion, garlic, 3 0r 4 cubes of chicken boullion, and later add carrots,

potatoes. (Sometimes in place of the potatoes, I add about a cup of rice. It

cooks up well with the other veggies.) When those are almost finished

cooking, I add corn on the cob ( cut into discs), cabbage and cilantro. After

all is cooked, serve piping hot! After served into individual bowls, I then

add more fresh chopped cilantro, squeeze on some lme juice, then add

Oaxaca cheese on top to melt all through it. Serve with a crusty bread (or

add tortilla stips or chips directly into the soup). We like french bread the

best with it. Buttered of course!

(If you can't find Mexican Oaxaca cheese, then mozzarella is the next best

thing.)

4 comments:

Pam said...

MMMM makes me want some just reading my recipe! LOL Please get better soon, all of you! You know if I were there, I'd rush some of that soup right over! {{HUGS TO ALL MY GIRLIES}}

Tortilla stRips! not stips!

The Neo-Traditionalist said...

Ohhh this recipe looks delish! We've had the sniffles around here too recently. This might just do the trick : )

xx Katie

MaMa Vaughn said...

mmmm...that soup sounds delish!

So, like, what in the world are you talking about...your pictures are always amazing and your girls always too cute for their own good. I love all your family shots with the soccer jerseys on. That so looked planned. :) Your blog always inspires me. And hey, I told you, and I'll tell you again so glad your back with your daily blog post. :)

Hope ya'll feel better! Stinks to be sick!

Brenda said...

Sorry to hear you are all ill but that soup sounds fantastic!