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I love this recipe. What I used to punch up the flavor was fajita chicken breast meat. I live in Texas where we have the HEB stores and they have a variety of fajita chicken meat in a variety of marinades. I used the Southwest flavor because it is the same flavor I used for my chicken enchiladas. Thanks for the share on the recipe; it's a hit with us!
Pump up the flavor by 1st gently cook onion and fresh garlic in a little olive oil. Rosemary is a fabulous herb to add to this combination. Finish off the bowl of soup with a nice healthy serving of parmesan cheese and a pinch of crushed red pepper.
I did not read the reviews before I made it or I would have seen that another review commented on the pepper. When I made it I was skeptical of the 2 tablespoons of pepper so I only added 1 Tablespoon. It still was too much. I would only add maybe 1/2-1 teaspoon. You can always add more later. Other than that it was pretty good. We are always looking for gook kale recipes as we frequently get it in our produce co-op and it is very healthy.
This sounds like a great recipe. But I followed the directions and put the 2 tablespoons of black pepper in it. The end product was too apicy and inedible. I question the use of that much pepper; otherwise it may be great.