Chicken & Tortellini Soup

Chicken & Tortellini Soup

So I’ve been told a big snow storm is heading my way and that always makes me want a yummy and comforting soup. My honey loves tortellini and potatoes, so today that is what is on the menu for lunch! Comfort all the way…

Chicken & Tortellini Soup
1 Rotisserie chicken
6 cups water
1 Tbs celery salt
1 bag frozen tortellini
2 cups potatoes diced
1 onion diced
1 can diced tomatoes, rinsed and drained
2 cups fresh baby spinach
salt & pepper to taste

Remove as much of the chicken from the rotisserie chicken as you can and place the bones along with the remaining meat into a stock pot. Add water and celery salt then bring to a simmer. Simmer for about an hour. In a separate pot, boil tortellini according to directions and set aside. Strain the stock in a fine mesh strainer and set stock aside. In the same stock pot add a little olive oil and the diced onions then cook until tender. Next add the tomatoes and diced potatoes. Return the stock back to the pot and simmer for an additional 20 minutes. Next add the cooked tortellini and fresh spinach. Cook an additional 10 minutes then serve in desired bowls and enjoy this hearty soup… Delicious!



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26 thoughts on “Chicken & Tortellini Soup

  1. Oh yes, soup is an amazing comfort, and healing food! I pretty much retire my kitchen in Spring, Summer, and Fall. Unless I’m cooking for a photograph or special occasion. Winter is a different story altogether. I bring out the pots, pans, cutting boards, measuring cups, spoons, and crock-pot for Winter soups and stews. He-Man loves Winter just because I cook again. 🙂

    This soup sounds amazing and I’m bookmarking it!

    I hope y’all weather storm just fine, and make it look easy for those of us in more temperate climates.


    1. I tell my hubby every winter that it is time to retire the winters in the south… alas, ‘Not yet’ is always his response. I am not fond of winter.

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