Chicken taco soup

This is just the best, filling, aromatic, hearty soup and sits well in the fridge for up to 4 days, you can make a larger batch to snack on and for 0 points what is there to lose.. (other than weight)

Serves 4

3 spring onions,

1/2 red, green and yellow peppers,

1 medium courgette,

1 large carrot (all vegetables roughly chopped),

2 cloves garlic (grated) ,

1 chilli (pierced),

1 Bay leaf,

3 tbsp finely chopped coriander,

1 tsp each of cumin, smoked paprika, oregano,

Salt and pepper,

1 small tin kidney beans,

1 small tin of Sweetcorn,

1 carton of passata,

Juice of half a lime,

1 large chicken breast (shredded),

Optional: 80g dry basmati rice (makes 2 points per serving)

1.fry off the veggies with a pinch of salt and pepper.

2. When they start to soften add the herbs and spices and chilli and a splash of water.

3. When you can smell the spices add the passata and top up with water.

4. Simmer until the veggies are soft then add the Sweetcorn, beans and chicken (if using rice add here).

5. Simmer for 15 minutes then stir in the lime juice before serving.

This is great with or without the rice and is even better after being in the fridge over night. This is syn free on slimming world and 0 points on ww when not using the rice. With the rice the soup is 2 point per serving.

The video is up on my channel chef who slims on YouTube (www.youtube.com/channel/UC4urumkHVMaRmnB7aVAOcA)

Love Emily, Chef who slims x

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Published by The chef who slims

I share my love and passion for food with slimming world and weight watchers recipes that I hope everyone will love.

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