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I chose to use boneless skinless chicken breast instead of dark meat. Because I did not have fresh jalepeno peppers on hand I used one can mild diced green chilies in it's place. I also increased the onion to one large onion and upped the fresh garlic. VERY good the first day even better the second. This is now one of my new favorite slow-cooker soups.
I made half of this recipe for Recipe Group this week. I did cut back on the red pepper flakes for Hubs sake. Due to some time constraints I made this over a two day period. The first day I cooked it for 4 hours and finished it off the next day. I found that after the full amount of cooking time I needed to add another can of chicken broth. I also made a roux with 3 T. of butter and 3 T. of flour tempered it with some hot soup and added it to the pot. This gave the broth a little body without making the soup overly thick. We enjoyed this and although the flavor was good next time I might add some taco seasoning to boost the flavor a bit more.
Delicious! I did make some modifications... of course! I prefer white meat so I used chicken breasts. I substituted a can of mild green chiles for the jalapenos which added enough spice for me. I also used Goya Adobo seasoning in place of the cumin salt and garlic. Other than that I followed pretty closely. I topped the bowls with cilantro as well as sour cream. Also gave people the option to use shredded cheddar/jack cheese.
I didn't follow exactly..1 can of kidney beans 1 rotel 1 lg onion 1 lg jalapeno 1 bunch cilantro no corn doubled garlic all else the same. Was going to do without chicken but found a few tenders in the freezer. Made stove top. Intensely flavored will make again soon. Edit: made again with 2 red and 1 white kidney beans added in some carrots no meat. At least doubled spices tripled coriander. Added in about half cup of masa mixed with water to add some body to the broth. Topped with sour cream this time but like it better without.