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Lemon Chicken Soup with Orzo

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Lovern: "Delicious. Husband said “Don’t lose that recipe”." Read More
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Ingredients

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6 SERVINGS
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 3 carrots (peeled and diced)
  • 1/2 onion (diced)
  • 3 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 10 cups chicken broth
  • 1 cup whole wheat orzo (DeLallo)
  • 3 cooked chicken (ish cups, I use shredded rotisserie chicken)
  • 3 eggs
  • 4 lemons (about 1/2 cup)
  • 1 handful fresh spinach
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons salt
  • freshly ground pepper (lots of)
  • fresh dill (as much, as you can handle)
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    Reviews(23)

    Lovern a month ago
    Delicious. Husband said “Don’t lose that recipe”.
    Eileen 6 months ago
    Great. I would make it again.
    Parker 7 months ago
    Yummly Awesome! I followed the recipe but added better than bouillon. Who makes chicken soup without better than bouillon? The first time I made it it was too much lemon so I cut the lemon juice in half. Sooooo good! Glad I made a big pot for leftovers.
    Jillene Stevenson 9 months ago
    Have made a version that has a lot more fat...this was comparable...excellent!
    Nelson C. 9 months ago
    Is very good stuff i like it...Amen
    Chriz Godwin 9 months ago
    Fantastic! Made a quick lunch to share with friends too!
    Laurie Friiedman 9 months ago
    Excellent I loved that it was creamy without the cream/milk.
    Brent Jones 9 months ago
    Nice flavor. Simple to make
    Anastasios Dres 10 months ago
    I’ve made the soup multiple times and it’s one of my family’s favorite soups hands-down great recipe.
    Kate Sandman 10 months ago
    UPDATE: On day 2 I reheated the soup, adding chicken Better than Bouillion, which made all the difference!! Now I could give it 3.5 stars. I used Vite Ramen instead of rice or noodles and dry dill vs fresh. Otherwise I stuck to the recipe. Taste was very one note and not distinctively lemon or dill like I had hoped. I think bigger chunks of carrots and maybe parsnips would have made it better. I won’t make it again.
    Katie H. a year ago
    This turned out great!
    Cowley a year ago
    not a fan, very acidic.
    Sonia C a year ago
    Delicious! Very creamy. Would adjust the pasta to broth ratio for your desired thickness/consistency. Super quick and easy weeknight dinner with leftover rotisserie chicken.
    Matt C. a year ago
    Great soup and easy to make! I originally rated 4 stars, but came back to change it to 5 stars, as it was that much better the next day. I might make it in the summer, let it chill overnight in the fridge, and serve it cold the next day😁
    Tomas a year ago
    This is one of my favorite soups on this site love how the lemon and the chicken works together and I always add more veggies to my soup. I usually leave out the Orzo
    Wendy Haddad a year ago
    Very light. Wish I’d added a bit more lemon
    John Lewis 2 years ago
    Loved it but only used a little dried dill. To many other good flavors to over power it with dill. And it would just raise the price of the soup. I will make it again.
    Stephanie 2 years ago
    Turned out Great! my family loved it I added some extra vegetables and omitted the eggs.
    Broadzella27 2 years ago
    Added more. Turned out amazing.
    Betsy M. 2 years ago
    Fresh, healthy and great way to use up garden dill.
    Kai Brunner 2 years ago
    Great! I added some more veggies and modified it a little bit but man is this a good soup!
    Zezette 3 years ago
    So good!! Perfect blend of lemon and dill
    Amy 3 years ago
    Complex flavors, very fresh tasting. Although it looks creamy, it tastes light and silky. I would probably opt for this in the spring over the winter - but definitely a good recipe.

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