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Carrabbas Sicilian Chicken Soup



6 portion(s)

  • 4 skinless chicken thighs
  • 1/2 large onion, cut in half
  • 1 large tomato, quartered
  • 1 large red capsicum, chopped, Bell Pepper in the USA
  • 1 large carrot, chopped
  • 2 4 medium potatoes, cut into 2cm cubes
  • 2 celery ribs, chopped
  • 2 large garlic cloves
  • 2 tablespoons Vegetable stock paste
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • water, enough to cover ingredients
  • 30 g Dried Elbow Pasta

Recipe's preparation

  1. 1) Place veggies in TM bowl and Chop 5seconds/Speed5

    2) Place the chicken, veggie paste and chicken into the bowl

    3) Cover with water to the maximum line, give everything a bit of a shove to make sure the chicken is covered with the water

    4) Cook 12minutes/100C/Spoon Speed/ Reverse setting: Place to TM basket ontop of the lid, it will allow the soup to simmer without it sputtering everywhere.

    5) While it is simmering add 1 Tablespoon dried parsley (or 1/2 cup fresh), 1/4 teaspoon salt (taste your soup before you add the salt as the stock paste is very salty) and 1/2 teaspoon of pepper (add it slowly tasting every so oftern to your perfered taste)

    6) Remove chicken into a small bowl, using kitchen sheers chop into small chunks

    7) Add the chicken back to the pot and cook 8minutes/Varoma/SpoonSpeed/reverse setting

    tmrc_emoticons.8) Measure out 1 cup and add it to the soup and cook 5minutes/Varoma/SpoonSpeed/Reverse setting with basket still ontop. If your pasta is still a little too aldente (hard) you can cook 2 minutes more.

    9) Once the pasta is done, ladel it into a soup bowl and enjoy. Its very hot so it might be a good idea to let it sit for a few minutes. I couldnt wait and burnt my tongue.


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you can use this for a M5 as the steps are all the same, and you can still add the water to the fill line as there is so much flavour it will not water down.



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  • Really nice soup - only had to tweek it alittle by...

    Submitted by BrainyGang17 on 3. January 2017 - 20:24.

    Really nice soup - only had to tweek it alittle by adding a tbsp of tomato paste to hide the capsicum flavour from the kids abit more. Will definately make it again. Smile

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  • I'm so glad you loved it.

    Submitted by D_Carrimko on 5. September 2016 - 06:11.

    I'm so glad you loved it. Your addition of stock and purple carrot sound delicious!

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  • I love this recipe! I see it

    Submitted by Lael on 3. July 2016 - 13:05.

    I love this recipe! I see it becoming a permanent part of my monthly repetoir! I made mine in my TM31 though altered it to make it gluten free and lower carb and turned out delicious!

    I couldn't get a package smaller than 6 x thighs, so used them all!

    I don't like keeping halves of any vegetable, so also added in the whole (large) onion.

    I didn't have a large tomato, so used 2 smaller ones, which I think equalled more volume than one whole large one!

    To make room for the extra thighs, onion and tomato; I omitted the potatoes.

    Because I love my vege stock so much, I used 60 grams for this recipe! This added even more depth to flavour which we really liked!

    To make gluten free and for lower carb result, I substitued 40 grams dried organic black bean spaghetti for the dried elbow pasta.

    I used a purple carrot which resulted in a beautiful magenta colored and healthy tasty broth! 

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