Lemon Artichoke Chicken Tortellini Soup
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I love a hearty soup on a crisp cool day, especially one that is made in 15 minutes time!
Since today is #TortelliniTuesday (move over Taco Tuesday), I’ve decided to create a Lemon Artichoke Chicken Tortellini Soup. I’m always looking for a quick and easy dinner (or lunch) and this soup is the perfect fall meal.
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Let’s talk about how easy it is to make this soup. You’ll start by sweating the onions and garlic in a large stockpot or French oven. Then add in some fresh lemon zest, lemon juice and white wine. The perfect trifecta to deglaze the soup pot and bring out all the flavors. Then add the chicken stock to the pot and bring to a rolling boil. Once the stock is bubbling it’s time to reduce the heat and add in the Three Bridges Spinach and Cheese Tortellini, fresh tomatoes, spinach and shredded chicken. I let the soup simmer for a few minutes and then divide evenly among three bowls. I love to top the soup off with fresh basil.
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That’s it! Now you know the secret to how easy it is to do. If you’re looking for a delicious and easy dinner, then give my recipe for Lemon Artichoke Chicken Tortellini Soup a try. I pair this with a good crusty bread and the meal is ready in minutes. You can make your own (ahead of time, since the soup only takes minutes) or buy a store-bought bread. You can even find premade breads in the store now that just need to be reheated in the oven. You can fool your family by placing it in the oven while the soup simmers. They will truly think you’re a miracle worker and an extra win for you—you get to reap the reward of fresh bread and a hearty tortellini soup.
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