When you are feeling cold, tired, or a little poorly there is nothing more comforting than a bowl of chicken soup with a nice kick of spice to warm you up. Spicy chicken soup is such an easy and nourishing meal to make at home. Check out our favorite recipes for spicy chicken soup.
This nourishing chicken soup is flavored with garlic, onions and green chilis to give it a warm kick. The green bell pepper adds extra nutrients and pop of color.
The recipe uses pre-cooked chicken to save time, so is the perfect meal to make if you are using up leftover chicken. You can make your own sock or use store bought stock.
This recipe is ready in only 40 minutes, including 15 minutes of preparation time, so it is ideal for busy weeknights when you want something quick and easy that tastes delicious.
The fresh ginger and cayenne pepper give this soup a warm, fragrant flavor. It is packed with mushrooms, spinach and onions which add important nutrients and wholesome flavors to the soup. The recipe uses tender rotisserie chicken which takes on the taste of the minced, sauteed garlic.
The soup is garnished with wedges of fresh lime to not only add color to the bowl but to bring a zest element to the dish.
This chicken noodle soup gets its warmth from the habanero peppers which are cut in half and sauteed with some of the other ingredients before being added into the stock. Whilst this recipe takes almost an hour from start to finish, only half of that time is hands on.
This makes it a great meal to serve to guests as you can prepare it just before they arrive, welcome your guests and serve them a drink, then the soup will be almost ready. This recipe serves 6 people which is ideal for a family or a group of friends.
This spicy chicken soup has soy and ginger for an authentic Asian flavor. The chili sauce gives it a spicy kick, the brown sugar adds a touch of sweetness, and the fresh lime lifts the flavors with a zesty zing.
The soup is finished with fresh cilantro for even more flavor. Not only is this tasty soup packed with plenty of chicken, it also has mushrooms for additional protein and red peppers and snap peas for plenty of vitamins and nutrients.
One of the great things about this soup recipe is you can make it as mild or as spicy as you like by adding more or less jalapenos and ancho powder. Even if you make it on the milder side it will still be packed with flavor, as the soup is seasoned with cumin and cinnamon along with enchilada sauce, onion, garlic and honey.
You can also customize the other ingredients in the soup, but the combination of black beans, corn, hominy, chopped tomatoes and carrots is delicious. You can garnish the soup with fresh herbs, soured cream, and your choice of creamy avocado or wedges of fresh lime
Slow cooker recipes make the most perfect no-fuss dinners. This recipe has only 6 ingredients, takes 10 minutes to prepare, then cooks slowly while you get on with other things.
Whether you choose to cook the soup on a low setting for 6 to 8 hours while you go out for the day or on a higher setting for 3 to 4 hours, you will end up with a deliciously warming soup that the whole family will love.
This soup is inspired by Mexican flavors, with taco seasoning, corn, and diced green chilis. Serve it with some crusty bread for dipping, or you sprinkle cheese over corn tortillas and pop them under the grill for a few minutes before chopping them into strips to dip into the soup.
This delicious chicken soup is inspired by Scilian cuisine, with pasta added right at the end to make sure it doesn’t overcook and become mushy. The vegetables- onions, bell peppers, carrots, celery and potato- are sauteed before the chopped tomatoes are added. It is seasoned with parsley, garlic and chili pepper flakes for a nice spicy kick.
The chicken broth is added and the soup is simmered for an hour. By this time, the vegetables will start to soften and you can mash some of them up to thicken the soup. Leftover chicken or turkey works really well in this recipe, and the meat and pasta are the last things to go into the soup.
This warm, nourishing soup is just what you need to get you through those cold winter months. The classic combination of soy sauce, chili, and ginger gives this soup a distinctive fragrant flavor which is associated with Asian cuisine.
The recipe also includes fresh lime juice, cilantro, brown sugar, and nonfat chicken broth. All of these ingredients come together to create a soup that is tasty and healthy. You can use whichever vegetables you fancy, but this recipe uses mushrooms, bell peppers and snap peas.
This is a simple recipe for a very tasty soup that will leave you satisfied and comforted. It uses rice instead of noodles or pasta and is topped with shredded cheese. Green chilis are used for warmth and you can add as many or as little as you like.
It couldn’t be easier to make this soup – just combine the ingredients in a pot, bring them to the boil, then simmer for 15 minutes.
This recipe is the perfect balance between restaurant quality ramen and comforting packet noodle soup. It tastes good, it’s healthy, and it’s simple to make. You can switch out the vegetables to suit what you have leftover in your kitchen, but this recipe uses spinach which is high in iron.