Heat oil in a large sized pot on medium-high heat and cook onions until brown. (Note: Oil is hot when it races across tilted pan. If oil smokes, it is too hot; the pan should be cleaned and fresh oil added.)
Add garlic, frozen vegetables and broth to pot. Bring to a boil and reduce to a simmer without a lid for 20 minutes. (Note: To simmer place heat on low to medium heat. Consistent small bubbles should appear.)
After soup has been simmering for 20 minutes, add chicken and cook for an additional 10-20 minutes depending on desired texture of vegetables. (Note: The longer it’s cooked the softer the vegetables will become.)
- Knife and cutting board
- Large pot
- Liquid measuring cups
- Measuring cup
- Medium mixing bowl
MIX IT UP!
- Follow all other cooking instructions as listed.
- Try out different frozen vegetables medleys.
- Use cooked chicken breasts instead of rotisserie chicken.
- Use bullion cubes or broth concentrate as a cheaper alternative to boxed broth.
- Add a cup of noodles to the soup by adding uncooked noodles with the shredded meat in Step 7.
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