Semi-homemade Tortilla Soup

By Christina Collins

Frontier Tortilla Soup

Frontier Brand Tortilla soup is not just one of my favorite packaged foods, it one of my favorite foods- hands down. The quality of the dried vegetables is so impressive that they actually taste farm fresh. (not something most packaged foods can pull off.) And yet, it’s no work at all! All you need to do is add shredded chicken (I usually get a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken for this) and a jar of your favorite salsa. The result is an absolutely fabulous soup. It is truly outstanding and makes a frequent appearance at our dinner table.

tortilla soup in a bowl

I always have at least one package of this soup in my pantry. I buy it at the local Whole Foods and often order in bulk on Amazon. It also makes a great gift! I purchased it on Amazon and had it shipped to my sister because I knew she would love it! Now it’s a staple in her pantry too! She said it was one of the best culinary gifts she’s ever received. 🙂

Serve with sides of shredded cheddar, sour cream, hot sauces, and tortilla chips.  Everyone gets to garnish their soup just how they like it, just like chili!

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